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outsiders wrote a review of on July 28, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large

I was on the lookout for a cute, reasonably supportive bikini top. Alas, this one was not it. According to the size chart, all the tops are a 30-32inch bust but differs according to cup size. As I'm a 32D I bought a L. Which ended up being far too big in everything. The back mesh thing were a bit stiff and didn't stretch very much. I think I would actually have fit a S, except the back portion may not have fit - climbers build and all.

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outsiders wrote a review of on July 25, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I bought this hoping that it would be supportive, with sufficient coverage for the girls, but sadly it didn't fit. I'm a 32D, and I tried both the M and the L. The M fit in terms of support, but it didn't even begin to cover everything that need to stay covered. And it gave me that double boob line when a bra/bikini is too small. The L was way too loose, and yet still gave me double-boob.

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outsiders wrote an answer about on July 22, 2014

This one, I think, runs a little small. It's also meant to be compressive so it shouldn't fit very loose. I'm 5'4, 130lbs and a 32D. I've bought the racefit LG jerseys and had to size up to a M which was still skin tight.
In the regular ones I could probably go with a S. But if you like your jerseys to fit looser a M would be a good bet - most of the non-US brands tend to run smaller.

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outsiders wrote a review of on April 15, 2013

4 5

I'm rather liking these legwarmers.
Sizing: I wasn't all to sure what size I ought to order, being a girl, but figured a Small would be appropriate. The fit is good, not perfect but not bad. It's strangely a bit tight around the calf area, I've only worn them twice but perhaps they'll stretch out a bit, because otherwise the ankle zippers get all scrunched. I don't think I would go up a size as I think the upper thigh would end up too large.
the Good: More than sufficient warmth at 40-50F. Haven't tried them for colder temps. They are definitely water resistant, pretty much waterproof. Ended up doing about 20miles in some rain and while my shorts & shoes were soaked these babies kept my legs completely dry.
the Bad: the silicone grippers can get a bit irritating. Especially when they get around the seams of the shorts. Probably would be better if they could manage a different form of band for the top portion, something like what Castelli uses for some of their shorts/bibs. They are not super stretchy, but that may be part of the water resistance aspect, so consider sizing up unless you have skinny calves.

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