Mark B Anstendig

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Mark B Anstendig

Mark B Anstendig wrote a review of on January 29, 2008

5 5

These pants are so thick one can hardly move in them. And they need a waist adjustment possibility.

Otherwise, they are the warmest out there and the suspenders are really wide, well designed and comfortable.

Another inch in the inseam would be welcome. But for the absolute extremes of cold, these are it. And they even have a pocket. Just be careful trying to run in them. (-:

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Mark B Anstendig wrote a review of on August 22, 2007

2 5

Very warm, I suppose. But clunky.

A draw string waist would have made the difference, since there is only one other pants this warm: the Mt. Hardware Absolute Zero pants, also without a draw string, though the description says it has it. Both went back: Why have all that warmth, if the waist is loose and lets it out???

And the suspenders should be wider and padded, or something, to make them more comfortable. Though the insulation is lightweight down, there is so much of it that the pants weighed heavily on my rather thin shoulders, and annoyed me immensely. They are also stiff-feeling because they are so stuffed so full.

A redesign, making these pants more comfortable and with adjustable waist, would make it a winner......though I could do without the wild coloring.

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Mark B Anstendig wrote a review of on April 27, 2007

5 5

I love it. I have huge curly long hair that stands out strongly. This model beannie, of which i have lots in all colors, somehow manages to hold down the hair on the sides, all the way down over my ears, wiothout pressing hard. Wondrous.

Works great for me and is comfortable and warm enough for all but the coldest days, when I switch to huge shearling/fur hats.

Mark

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