LMason

LMason

LMason

LMason wrote a review of on November 1, 2007

5 5

This is a great skirt! I get compliments on it every time I wear it. The corduroy is very soft and stretchy. The skirt has a beautiful flare and the curved panel adds individuality. This skirt has held up very well through many washings and dryings. Horny Toad is doing a great job creating women's clothing that can be dressed up or down and that just feels good.

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LMason wrote a review of on November 1, 2007

5 5

Horny Toad continues to improve their products every year and is certainly gaining my loyalty. I have this shirt in the green and am always getting compliments on it. What is great about it - besides the super soft material and beautiful color - is the extra details Horny Toad adds. The velvet accents on the sleeves and the collar add a unique and special touch to this shirt. The flared sleeves and the slit neck are flattering and add a hint of sexiness. Way to go Horny Toad!

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LMason wrote a review of on November 1, 2007

5 5

The material is extremely soft and the color is beautiful. The fit is flattering and the pockets are useful. I am not sure I would say the inseam seems long. I am 5'6'' and wearing the medium - they would be too short if I was much taller. These have been great to throw over running shorts or yoga pants to stay warm. I certainly recommend these to someone looking for a nice, flattering sweatpant.

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LMason wrote a review of on October 1, 2007

5 5

These are great running shorts if you aren't into being exposed while running. They don't ride up and are long enough that you don't have to be self conscious. The material is great and there are several useful pockets if you go on longer runs and haul around gu or other fuel. I love that Patagonia has made longer inseam running shorts.

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LMason wrote a review of on April 3, 2006

2 5

I am constantly looking for technical T-shirts that are long enough and that are not too wide. This shirt did not meet either of those criteria. I had hoped it would because I have had good luck with Mountain Hardwear in the past. If you want a T-shirt that won't expose you as you are reaching while climbing or bounding down a trail, don't buy this shirt. The material and split neck are nice, but the fit is too wide and short.

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LMason wrote a review of on April 3, 2006

2 5

This pant is made of soft material and is comfortable to wear around the house, but is way too baggy to run, climb, or do yoga in. I am not sure why the description says that it is a close-fitting pant, because it definitely is not. The drawstring is also constantly getting pulled back into the waistband no matter how many knots I tie in the string. I would not recommend this to someone looking for a fast-drying technical capri tight.

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LMason wrote a review of on April 3, 2006

5 5

The r.5 top is an extremely versatile shirt. It is appropriate for all activities in all seasons. I have used it as a mid layer or outer layer for running, skiing, biking, and climbing. The fabric has held up to many washings, is very breathable, and does not get easily damaged by rock abrasions. Oh yeah, it's flattering too.

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