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Ryan Can wrote a review of on January 9, 2008

4 5

this watch is beautiful but in the way a wall clock is- largest watch going, around 48mm as a comparrison most Tags, omegs etc are 40-42mm sets your head apart man so if you can sport it you will love it as its different, substantial and takes a pounding, wear it to board, wear it to dinner, wear it to work so other know you arent inline with the corporate policies of office spaced drones- a fair price for what you get and how it looks, performs and holds up- or you could get saysome ties and stock in microsoft jimmy

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Ryan Can wrote a review of on August 3, 2007

5 5

I am a big fan of Arc'teryx but have been moving away recently as they started making some garments in China rather than Canada (as had always set them apart)- but the quality is beyond arguments and thus I returned for this softshell- and good god am I happy- I had almost ordered another gamma mx hoody as I had been so happy with my last one and then I took a chance- and I agree with the gentleman who said "gamma mx beater" this baby is sleek and does it all, has it all! the price is amazing and guess what...MADE IN CANADA (unlike the new gamma mx's) Sure it is the middle of the summer now so i cannot test it but you just know with some jackets that they are dialed in and ready to shine and this is one for sure- colors are great, hood has extra adjustment that cinches it to perfection, gusseted arms allows maximum range of motion and reinforcements in key areas will allow for more down and durty tree rubbing etc as well as seal those areas that are more prone to downpours- they got it right on this one- grab it-
ps- this site is the way to go, been amazing in all return issues pricing etc, others like the "trec" fluctuate prices, send coupons you cannot use etc- straight forward and responsive- done deal

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Ryan Can wrote a review of on March 10, 2006

5 5

The Stingray is by far the best of the best all around for winter, fall, and spring alpine and physical activities. I have used the sidewinder, but the neck actually makes it worse and it is hardshell so no real use other than ski/board (as it looks space like worn out to music etc) the gamma softshells are nice but not waterproof. The alpha comp comes close but the Stingray adds wind near proofness, a pit zip system, and a light brushed internal layer. By far this beats the need for hardshells for all but the truest mountaineers. Great for Vermont winter runs, boarding, climbing, and wearing out. One wish is a cinch on hood and neck. Other than this TOPS!

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