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Complication

Complication

Christopher's Passions

Sport Climbing

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Complication

Complication wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

5 5

The design on the back is sweet and even in the hottest, muggiest weather you can go out bouldering without the fear of getting gross and having every inch of your clothing cling to your body. This shirt surprises me each time when I see how fast it dries out, especially if there's even a little breeze. If you're looking for a tech T, this is the one for you.

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Complication wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

5 5

It looks good, it feels good, it's cheap. What more do you want? It's a little tighter fitting than, say, a Prana T of the same size, but don't you want to show off your rippling muscles? It's also a little longer than most t-shirts which makes it great for climbing since it wont crawl up.

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Complication wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

5 5

As with all Prana's organic cotton shirts, this one feels way more soft and comfortable than your average t-shirt. It fits comfortably and isn't at all baggy--it wont cling to you or get in your way. Great for climbing or just going out. The contrasting colors on the neck and sleeves look good and gives your t-shirt a stylish look between a regular T and a ringer.

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Complication wrote a review of on November 12, 2007

4 5

This hat keeps a low profile from its size to its design, to the logo placement. It'll keep your head warm when the fiercest winds are blowing. The reversible side's solid color appears to be the same at the top stripe (i.e. blue on the black hat). My only beef with it is that on men, or if you have a mess of hair on the top of your head, the hat doesn't quite cover the entire ear. Otherwise I love it and it looks great!

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Complication wrote a review of on November 12, 2007

5 5

If I have one complaint about this jacket it is that it's too comfortable. It keeps you warm like you wouldn't believe, looks pretty sharp, and the knit cuffs are an amazing addition to the jacket. It looks good open, it looks good zipped up, it's casual yet leaves you looking nice enough that people will notice. I've been waiting to find a jacket like!

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Complication wrote a review of on November 5, 2007

4 5

If you don't have small hands or a specific need for a small bag I would definitely recommend the large size. It's a simple design for a simple task which is all I'm looking for. It's waist-cord is a bit of a hassle, though. It must be tied each time it is put on and the cord material lends itself to loosening so make sure to tie a good knot. Nothing that can't be fixed by a separate belt for a few dollars more.

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Complication wrote a review of on November 5, 2007

5 5

This shirt goes out of its way to stay out of your way. It feels like it's not even there, it's so comfortable and lightweight. When your workouts leave you drenched in sweat it doesn't cling to your body like a regular t-shirt would, leaving you as unhindered on your last bouldering problem as it did on your first. While it's ultra-breathable, keeping you comfortable in even the stuffiest of gyms, it's also not pierced by the breeze, allowing you to jog home from the gym in it or climb outdoors even on cool October days. A must-buy for any athlete!

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Complication wrote a review of on November 2, 2007

5 5

It feels like I'm not wearing a harness at all. It weighs almost nothing at all! It's comfortable to wear whether I'm belaying, climbing, or just sitting down to rest and it's got a great range of motion. Petzl really pulled out all the stops with this one. By measurement I should be on the low half of a Medium but a Small is definitely the way to go for me. If you tend towards the low end of a size you might consider just buying one notch down.

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