LanS

LanS

Rockies British Columbia, Fernie BC, Kananaskis AB

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Lana's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking
Climbing
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LanS wrote a review of on April 14, 2013

5 5

I bought a large, i am 5'9 and 140lbs. They don't give me a wedgy, and I have bigger hips and a round butt, and they still are super comfy. Maybe just a little large, but I would rather large than going up the crack. They are very adjustable too, and the Feet fit SOOO good, fit into a boot perfectly. haven't slipped on any rocks yet either. Pockets in perfect spots too.

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LanS wrote a review of on April 14, 2013

Pretty sweet for a girl's wrist
4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This watch isn't super bulky and hideous, actually it is pretty. Compared to my boyfriends $300 altimeter watch, funny enough, this one was more accurate according to NTS maps. The ONLY down side, is that the battery doesn't last very long. When I replaced it,I bought the "best" battery I could, and it still died in less than 4 months, Boo. Especially since batteries are $6, ez time. that adds up.

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LanS wrote a review of on April 13, 2013

BEST ITEM EVER OWNED!
5 5

I just have to say, BUY THEM!!! Worth every dang penny. They are so breathable, lightweight (all my reviews are about the weightlessness) I have worn them from -20 Celsius, to +10. I just roll the bib over and dont wear the chest part when it is so warm and zip the sides down. They repel water, mud, dog snot, embers from the fire (sort of), everything. I am 5'9 and 140lbs and bought the black mediums and they fit like a glove, i can still wear warm wool first layer underneath and plenty of room, I can bend over and not worried about them tearing, they are long enough, and LOOSE ENOUGH AT THE CUFF TO FIT OVER MY SNOWBOARD BOOT. That is what I was worried about. They are the best.

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LanS wrote a review of on April 13, 2013

4 5

Pro's: Nice and light weight, breathable, long on the torso, sleeves are long, pockets in all the right places and right sizes (I don't know why you would need to fit an iphone#whatever in it anyways...), color is amazing, hood is like having a tarp over your head, packs down small,
Con's: I feel like it fits large, I am usually a medium/large, and I bought the large thinking it would leave just enough room for insulating layers, but I can fit a joey under there. Also, the specs, say there are wrist gaiters, but how does extra Velcro count as wrist gaiters? there are no thumb loops or anything of the sort. I was tricked. The powder skirt tugs around the waist in a weird way (not uncomfortably, just oddly) when the jacket is done up and the powder skirt is not, so I took it out. I didn't really have intentions of using it ever and was happy that it was removable.
With all said and done, i would recommend it,but I would buy true to size.

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