Utah, Texas, and anywhere in between.
Someone said it was, "dense enough to keep out the wind an chill," but still breathable. Wore it in sub-zero temperatures, could breathe through it and it didn't collect frost.
(open) 31 x 22 x 28 in
(closed) 31 x 26 x 1.6 in
Weighs 8 lbs.
If Backcountry has made a mistake, they're super cool about matching price. I'd call them 1-800-409-4502 or click the "chat now" button upper right of the screen.
Hi, it looks to be a Little Girl's boot. If they have size 10, and your daughter wears that size, it should work.
(My little girl is 4 years old and wears a size 9)
I have only tried the Mont Bell down jackets. Not only are they super light, but they're beautiful and warm, too!
I'm also a size 37 in most shoes... I ordered size in these, and found them pretty constricting, so I returned them. Could be it depends on the shape of your foot. Since these are very trim on the foot, I think it's important to note the shape of the shoe and how your toes will fit within the shoe...
My middle toes are longer than my big toe.. those toes were scrunched. I didn't want to take the chance of them being too small.
Take into consideration that these shoes, by design, should fit as absolutely close to your foot as possible, and they will likely stretch.
I'm not sure if this is longer than the shirt you referenced, but I found this style to be pretty average length. I have the xs Palm color (petite 5-foot-ish frame) and the overall fit is pretty standard. Some brands have the extra-long shirts that go over the hips. This is not that.
Ok, this dress rocks. I have the XXS Teal color, and it fits well. (I'm a petite 5 foot-ish figure). Kind of fits loosely around the body for me (most things are too big), without being clingy. Falls just at the knee for me. Super flattering neckline. Straps are thick enough to wear a bra under, or interior shelf bra alone offers some support.
Aside from being a good, basic design that you can dress up or down, depending on the occasion, it keeps nice and cool. I've worn it on hot summer days, humid ocean-front conditions, and good spring day. Nice.
I've worn this dress to: run errands, barbecues (tx girl), picnics, outdoor venues, a baby shower, dinner, and just general day-to-day fun.
It is very, very comfortable, feminine, and super flattering -- while being practical and easy to wear.
My experience of this shirt is pretty consistent with the description they provide.
I've used it as an under layer, and as an over layer, depending on how cold/warm it is. Pretty warm (see attached picture in which I am climbing the side of a mountain on a spring day) This shirt, layered over a short sleeve stoic merino wool, was enough for me, and I'm one to get cold fast.
The fabric is pretty soft, and light weight. Also used it while running, and it wasn't stuffy like other long sleeves would tend to get.
I've worn this shirt while: trail running, hiking, canyoneering, air boarding / sledding, snow shoeing, mountaineering, climbing, and mountainbiking.
The best sock I have ever owned. Time to stock up.
After having one no-show sock after another slip under my heel in running, I did a little research. Seems it paid off, as these socks (size small in Glacier) worked great for me in a 13 mile race.
The description given is true to experience. They didn't slip, were thin enough that didn't feel bulky in the shoe, but still managed to feel padded. I don't know how, but there was just extra softness when running than with other socks of equal thickness.
AND, they look great. Nothing nicer than a good pair of no-shows when in running shorts. I've mostly worn them with a pair of Lafumas trail running shoes I also scored on. I am a size 6 women's, and the small worked for me.
If you're like me and your toes get cold, this sock has kept mine warm -- but not sweaty.
I've worn these socks: Running, hiking, trail running, working out, canyoneering, mountain biking, running errands, and any other time I wear my tennis shoes.
These wetshoes are super comfortable, seem to have a little stretch or something, so your foot can move easily, but with a nice layer of padding. Keep your feet warm, like a wetsuit does for your body.
The side zip makes for easy on/off, and the velcro strap keeps the zipper pull in place.
I wear a women's size 6.. and ordered a men's size 5.
I would rank them high in durability. I've used them in the ocean, stepping on coral. Protected my feet, and still look like new. Also not slippery on rocks, pretty grippy.
I am a women's size 6, and ordered a men's size 5.. Fit like a (comfortable) glove. Seems to have a little give, conforms well around the foot.
Initially, I ordered three pairs to choose from. This was the winner by far.
I like a clean, minimalist look, that still gives support and is comfortable. This shoe is the best trail running shoe I've had.
Lightweight, but still manages to protect your feet and offer support.
Easy to get on/off, with the shoe lace system it has.
I've worn it for trail running, hiking, canyoneering, and even a good 12 miles along the highway. Most days, you'll see me running around town, carpooling or running errands in these shoes before or after a workout.
Feels like a smooth layer of silk, it's so lightweight. Breathes, keeps me cool on a hot day.
I have the Palm color (lime green) and it looks just as good with a pair of running shorts as it does with jeans.
I've worn it for running, hiking, trail running, as a quick layer over a swimsuit, mountainbiking, running errands, even wore it to yoga recently.
I'm not sure if I have enough good things to say about this jacket.
I love the color. Don't find much in cream. Only downside (or so I thought) was I wore it out on a canyoneering adventure.. with the sliding around, it got a little dirty.. but looking like new again after a wash.
I LOVE love the design. Good quality, nice clean lines. Love the brown pocket on the arm, for easy access, and looks good.
I've worn it under a down layer on an extra cold day (10 degrees).. or over a fleece and merino wool layer on other cold days (30 degrees). Layering with this jacket is super easy because it is thin and lightweight, and seems to have a little give so putting layers under is not constricting.
Dresses up well. While durable, it's still feminine and a "nice" jacket.
I've worn it hiking, running, mountaineering, canyoneering, running errands ... and somehow still looks good with a cute pair of jeans on a chilly night out.
These boots have been surprisingly comfortable and light-weight on my feet. Feet have stayed warm and dry. I've worn them while hiking, mountaineering, snowshoeing, making snow angels, and airboarding / sledding. Good grip and traction.
I've worn them with Black Diamond Contact Strap Crampons. Great fit.
Great base layer for keeping warm, or great last layer when it gets hot.
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