KathyG

KathyG

White Sea/Barents Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Karelia, Caucasus Mountains, French Alpes

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I'm NYC Mom of 2 Boyz and Hunter for great deals of high quality stuff.

KathyG

KathyG wrote an answer about on January 31, 2009

Yea, TNF sizing chart is a big trick not only for boys, but for girls and women also. The best you can do to avoid dissapointment and twice paid shipping cost is to go the the store and try in person the model you wanna by online. My 5 y.o. son is small build for his age, but his TNF Denali is in sz.XXS, his TNF Boundary Triclimate is in sz.XS, his McMurdo in sz.XS is SO HUGE on him, so i guess he will wear it in 2-3 years, Glacier fleece pants in sz.XXS are right for length, but too small for waist, Short Sleeve tee in sz.XS is great, Long Sleeve Tee in sz.XS is HUGE... i can continue endless...

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KathyG wrote a review of on December 29, 2008

4 5

I got this gloves for my 4.9 yrs.old son in sz.S. Gloves itselves are great, very well constracted and appear to be very warm (i own the same gloves in women small). But sizing is really tricky. For 4-5 y.olds with regular palm these gloves most likely will be too big. So sure they will wait to be worn in couple of yrs anyway.

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KathyG wrote an answer about on December 12, 2008

What the internal tag exactly says:"Remove synthetic fur hood trim and hand or mashine wash warm delicate cycle. Air dry only. Use no heat for parka. Mashine was warm separately, do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low".I washed mine about 3-4 times in washing mashine (delicate cycle, cold water) and left dry on air... Nothing bad happend.

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KathyG wrote a review of on November 29, 2008

5 5

Got this lightweight but very warm snowsuit for my 6 mo old babyboy last fall. It fits true to sz. I loved this snowsuit, quality is great! Down doesn't come out, zipper doesn't jam, lining is slippery polyester, not messy fleece. My son used this snowsuit for all cold season, i washed it several times and it still looked like new.
Great Snowsuit, you will not be dissapointed!

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KathyG wrote a review of on November 29, 2008

3 5

Honestly i've had a higher expectations for this Jacket. It looks great and fits comfortable, but my son's hands were always cold. Since he was just around 2 y.o., he didn't tell me if he is cold generally in this jacket or not. So first i added the thick wool sweater as layer, it worked for warmth, but was too bulky... So we ended up buying regular Ralph Lauren Down Jacket.
So as a parent of 2 toddlers i would not recommend this jacket for cold weather's CITY use (around 30-35F), unless your child will wear it for snow sport-related activities.

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KathyG wrote a review of on November 26, 2008

5 5

I own this jacket since the moment it was launched... It's great Jacket, one of the best on the market! It so warm! I wear it all the time when temperature goes below 30F. It's completely wind- and waterproof, fit is great and comfortable.
I'm 4'11" and 99 lbs and i got it in XS. This jacket worths every penny spent. I don't need and i don't look for anything better than this jacket for NY winter.
FYI i give the ACTUAL measurements for this jacket in sz Extra Small (XS):
Armpit to Armpit - 19 1/2";
Length (back) - 26"
Sleeve's Length fron Armpit to Hem - 22 1/2"
Length from collar line to Waistline - 15 1/2".

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KathyG wrote a review of on November 26, 2008

5 5

My Husband hunted for this jacket since he saw it on one guy in NY Subway. So now he owns it for almost 2 yrs. He likes it a lot and i didn't hear any complains regarding this stuff. This Jacket has "Bomber" Style fit (just a lil bit below the waistline), is very comfortable and extremely warm. Sz Large is perfect for 5'10" and 170 lbs man. Quality and Style are unbeatable, you cannot get wrong with Gotham!

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