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Anonymous wrote a review of on August 4, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Atom Sling bag is pretty nearly perfect. I purchased this bag for the yearly trip(s) my family takes to Florida. As the designated pack mule I carry most everything for four people for up to 16 miles walked in a day, among other odds and ends I carry step daughters epi pen (which is darn bulky!) wallets, sunglasses, a first aid kit, a hoodie or two, cell phones, and usually a couple of shammi towels. My husband tends to strategically pack and fold things so everything fits, but fit it does. I think even if we stuffed everything in willy nilly it would fit. The best part of this pack is that it low profile, lightweight and really takes the pressure of my shoulders.Even with a hoodie rolled and attached to the straps on the back I didn't feel the extra weight. Having carried sling packs from other brands I can say for sure that this pack never left marks on shoulders at the end of the day and my back wasn't screaming from the lack of support. I was a serial pack changer, a new one every year. Ever since finding the Atom sling pack, I have been faithful. The durability and comfort factor will keep me faithful until this pack comes apart at the seams. I am buying a back up now b/c the sale price is a STEAL. I would gladly pay full price...but since I don't have to...score for me!!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on September 27, 2011

2 5

My best friend LIVES in these. She loves them. She raves about them. They look cute on her. So I ordered a pair for myself. I normally wear an 8 in flip flops. I wear a 7.5 in sneakers and boots. I ordered an 8 in the Molokini and it was the strangest fit I've ever seen! It looks like this is a flip flop for people with extremely LONG toes b/c the toe post was set so far back from the front of the shoe. Had I gotten a smaller size the back of my foot would have been over the edge. It was just an odd fit. There was no way I could wear these without looking like a clown! I also noticed that the straps rubbed the sides of my foot pretty bad. Had I tried to wear these on vacation I'd have had blisters in no time. I was disappointed. I really wanted these to be great. They had to go back. I'll stick with my Teva Mush and Reef Slaps!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on March 24, 2011

5 5

This bag holds a lot more than it looks like it would! It was initially purchased for mountain biking. I ended up also using it for long day trips, hiking, trail running etc. I also carried while at Disney World! It's just an easy bag to carry. You can stuff it and it doesn't feel heavy or look bulky. You can snap it on and off without having to put it over your head. Very easy to slide it around to the front of your body to access the contents. There is an optional waist strap for serious trekking, but it tucks away into a hidden pocket if you don't want it. I'm not a very big person and I often find sling bags to be ill fitting, even with adjustable straps. Not the case with the Patagonia Atom. I am very impressed with this bag from start to finish. The price can't be beat either! Patagonia is a quality brand and this bag is no exception to the rule!!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on March 5, 2011

4 5

This dress performs well in the heat. It's extremely flattering and comfortable. The only thing that irritated me about this dress is that it WRINKLES. Terribly. In terms of packing this dress, don't be surprised when it comes out of your suitcase looking a mess, which I found odd for a tech fabric dress. Also, the amount of spandex in the fabric doesn't allow the dress to drape well. That being said, my issues with the dress are more to do with my own OCD nit picking, b/c every time I wear this dress I get a TON of compliments. I also like the length. The new redesigned Bandha is above the knee (and it has more of a cap sleeve), which is fine but it takes away from the more elegant look of this dress. Overall I really do like it...just wish it didn't wrinkle!!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on September 20, 2010

5 5

I actually purchased this jacket for me! (26 years old, 5ft5in, 110 pounds). I purchased the extra large. It is plenty roomy enough. More than enough room to layer. Arm length is perfect. It hits at the the top of my hips, right where it should. This is a very cute jacket. I purchased the black/black check color. Very cute, new look from The North Face.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on July 17, 2010

5 5

Love love love the Quinn dress by prAna!! It's a very flattering fit. i'm 5ft 4in, 34B chest, 110lbs. The size small fits comfortably, if a tad big... not sloppy, just comfy.( I hate for things to feel even the slightest bit binding!) The fabric is phenomenal in the heat. It keeps you cool and dry in hot humid weather. The dress hit me at the knees. I absolutely love it. I wore it in the wilds of Florida in mid July and it performed beautifully. You look cute, put together and you stay cool. Can't beat that!!!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on June 24, 2009

5 5

LOVE LOVE LOVE this dress! It is SO cute and flattering! I didn't tell my husband I purchased it, so he was surprised when I wore it out one evening while we were on vacation. He loved it! It really is a well made dress. I was in Florida and it was HOT and this dress kept me cool. The shelf bra is okay, but I wore a bra with this dress. I thought it looked nicer. I am 5'5, 110 pounds. I purchased a size small. The fit was perfect as was the length. (Hit at my knee) I love the Orchid Swirl print and color. This dress is on the pricier side, but the quality of the dress made it worth the price to me!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on May 20, 2009

5 5

I received this sweatshirt as a gift. It's the El Rio Blue and it's a very nice color. It's a size small. It fits the way a more substantial sweatshirt should...not super snug, and not overly baggy. I do think this sweatshirt is OUTRAGEOUSLY over priced for what it is...I never would have purchased it for myself at the full price. But since it's a gift, I'm thrilled with it and very glad to have it!!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on May 20, 2009

4 5

These are nice shorts, but my husband didn't like the way they fit. He likes a really relaxed fit and these are a little less roomy. The fabric is described as "rip stop" so I was expecting a lighter more nylon-ish fabric. These were a bit heavier. They are really nice shorts overall. The pull tabs are pretty neat!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on April 25, 2009

5 5

I recently purchased the Gas Can sunglasses for my husband. He has a wider face and it is very difficult to find sunglasses for him! We had tried several different styles before the Gas Can. The Twitch were too small, the Bruce Irons were too feminine looking. Finally we tried the Gas Can...PERFECTION! They fit a wide face well and they look great. We ended up getting the polarized lenses which are very helpful for driving in very sunny conditions. The arms of the Gas Can snap on and off, so it would be tough to truly destroys these. Great pair of sunglasses! Highly recommended!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on April 25, 2009

5 5

I really like this shirt! I bought two. It definitely runs a little big. The medium on me was HUGE! (I'm 5'4", 110 pounds). The small fit better...a bit roomy, which is fine as I prefer bigger to too tight. That being said, these shirts shrink up a bit in the wash. Not a ton, but enough to make a bit of difference fit wise. Overall I think these shirts are really comfy and cute. The cotton is soft, the colors are vibrant. I love the goat! It's always good to support my favorite online store! Backcountry.com is the best! :)

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Anonymous wrote an answer about on April 19, 2009

They do indeed fit a large head. I just bought the Gascan sunglasses for my husband and they look great. He has a wide face and sunglasses always look silly on him, too small. These are the first pair he tried on that looked perfect!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on March 23, 2009

2 5

I really love these sweats except for the fact that after washing and drying them once (on cold and low temps)they SHRUNK...big time. This is definitely not the norm for North Face products so I was quite surprised and disappointed. On the plus side, Backcountry.com is AWESOME and they are allowing me to return them. It's this kind of service that keeps me coming back again and again! Thanks Backcountry.com!

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Anonymous wrote a review of on December 29, 2008

4 5

The Metropolis Parka is a wonderful investment. It is well worth the money. It looks great, not bulky like most down coats. It covers so much more of my body which goes a long way in keeping me toasty on cold windy days. I love the two way zipper that allows the bottom of the coat to be opened a bit so I can sit without feeling constrained. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was b/c if I don't layer, I DO get chilly on really cold days. The down is 600 fill, so I was a bit surprised to feel chilly at all. Of course I'm on the scrawny side...(5'4"1/2, 110 pounds), so that may play a role in the feeling cold. I don't have a lot of insulation!! Either way, this is a wonderful, stylish, functional coat. it's a great investment!

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