I bought this bag for a summer trip to Europe in which we, for the most part, were sleeping without sheets/beds. It worked out great, the fabric is super soft and still is, it's extremely light, and it packs down quite small for how spacious it is when unraveled. It's the perfect buy for hostels, couches, floors, anywhere where you just need a sheet to sleep with. I've since used it as a liner in my mummy bag on some colder nights camping and it definitely adds some warmth.
Great boxers, description fits them perfectly. I'm not a big fan of boxer briefs as they tend to ride up/bunch up and become quite uncomfortable (especially when hiking) but this pair is just loose enough to not do so. They keep you junk contained without strangling you at the same time. And of course, they've got all the great qualities that every icebreaker merino wool product's got. You could wear them for a month and then throw them back in your closet like they just came out of the wash..
I'm 6'5" 195lbs expert, racer trained freeskier and I have a pair of 183cm's
I wish I had the 190's but the 183's make good short turns and can go fast they just jump around at 40mph and I bet the 190's wouldn't.
These skis are sweet. I'm mounted at the recommended boot center, which looks pretty far back when I look at the skis, but it makes it so I can ski over the center of my foot and still have plenty of ski in front of me for float in the powder. The katanas are pretty wide, when I'm trying to make fast turns over cut up crud they don't cut through it like race skis, but If I hold stable power to them they're damp enough to hold the line. Basically they're an awesome all-around off piste ski. they have too much side cut and camber to be a true powder ski, and they're too wide to be a cut up resort run crusher. So naturally, if you can ski them, you can rip both without fear of them letting you down in a turn. Don't hit rocks though, I took a mild hit to an edge and shattered a short section of sidewall under my heelpiece.