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Meghan Malone

Meghan Malone

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i wake up happy every day.

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Meghan Malone

Meghan Malone wrote a review of on July 25, 2011

5 5

this shirt is super stretchy and comfy! I got a Large, and it slightly baggy, but is a perfect fit for me ( I'm 5'4" 140lbs). a medium would have been too tight (skin tight) for my preferences (but still comfy). it's got a slightly longer torso, which i like, as it prevents ride-up and looks nice, and the hood, although somewhat large (can probably be stretched over a bike helmet or climbing helmet) is comfy and stretchy as well. the neck is slightly loose, but isn't bothersome. the thumb holes are a good size and comfy, and even if you have huge thumbs, the fabric is really stretchy, so they'd still be comfy. the ends of the sleeves are slightly tight (which keeps out air/bugs), but it's hard to pull the sleeves up past my forearms. overall, this is my new favorite shirt :)

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Meghan Malone wrote a review of on July 23, 2011

5 5

Comfortable, and I seriously love the colour. I have taken multiple falls on the harness, and always feel safe. I like the coating on the gear loops (vs. rubber loops, it makes grabbing draws quick and effortless), and they seem a bit stronger than the loops on my other harness. I'm often sharing my gear with others when climbing, and I like that the leg loops aren't adjustable on this harness, as it's great for quick ons and offs.

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Meghan Malone wrote a review of on April 16, 2011

4 5

Love the colour. Provides ample lighting, to a wide area (large lens area). Has a high and low setting. Has tiltable housing, but only tilts maybe 60 degrees, versus some lamps that you can swivel all the way up or down. You can point this one down, but to point up you'd have to take it off and put it on upside down. Because of this it's great for hiking and general use around the campsite, but it wouldn't be the best choice for climbing or caving. (if you were looking for a headlight that will swivel up and down at a lower price, check out some princeton tec fuel headlamps)

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