Check out the Patagonia website. They now offer a long inseam in almost all of their pants. It's great. I have been in the same boat for a long time but Patagonia is now catering to the tall people.
I got this watch on Steepandcheap.com thinking it was a good deal. Granted it was a good price but poor quality. Before I even got to use it in the mountains I flew to Boston. On the flight back everything went crazy. It said it was 740 degrees Fahrenheit!! It stayed that way until the batteries died. Also the barometer never worked again and the altitude was stuck on 1,000 ft. Once the batteries died so did my desire to use this watch. Spend the extra money and get a Suunto.
I'm 6'4" but only 160lbs. Tall and skinny. Will this jacket work in the Large? I'm always afraid of XL's because they are usually way to wide on me. Any suggestions?
I agree that it does run a bit small. I'm 6'4" and the large fits great everywhere but is a little short. IÂ´m currently wearing this jacket in an internet cafe in Quito, Ecuador. We are heading to Cotopaxi today and it will be on my back the whole way. I have already climbed in it on Cayambe, which was very cold. Its super warm and packs down really well. Great jacket and another great product from Montbell.
I was looking at the these and the Washed-Duck version. What exactly is the difference. Which one do you all recomend?