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TheEradicator

North Tahoe, DC

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TheEradicator

TheEradicatorwrote a review of on February 24, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs small
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 165 lbs
Size Purchased: Medium

I have some other arc shirts and this one just fits weird. I'm a skinny and it fits tight across the back. The bellowed pockets look odd.
The shirt is built very heavily and fits oddly, it doesn't look great.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on February 24, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 165 lbs

the material feels kind of cheap, rough around the edges, and not very pliable. compared to an airhole it's not really in the same league.

I also fits my Asian smallish nose, high cheekbones, but large head poorly.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on February 24, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs large
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 165 lbs
Size Purchased: Medium

These have a very baggy fit. The leg openings are huge.

The cuffs are reinforced on the inside, however there are no edge guards for skis.

Also the Tiger Stripe pattern was a little off, the black stripes are too narrow and join together into visible web, which just doesn't look as good as a correct Vietnam tiger stripe.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on February 17, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

I don't climb, I use these as a ski mid/base layer under my ski pant. Easy to take off the outer pant and have these below for walking around/driving etc. They are a very tight fit over my ski boots (dalbello KR2) but with the hook they would stay on. No edge guards though. Would make a nice touring pant on a warm day.

The temperature regulation is absolutely perfect. They are very lightweight yet insulate well.

I'm a 32/33 waist and the M is just right with an extra inch or so of stretch, tight with the belt cinched.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on September 17, 2012

5 5

It dries unbelievably fast and looks great, like a cooler than average t-shirt.

The weight and stretch make it extremely comfortable. The fit is on the looser side, but still stylish, good length in the torso.

The perfect travel t-shirt, you could wash it every night and it would be dry in a few hours.

If they had more designs I'd buy them.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on July 23, 2012

5 5

I also have the BD Bandit pack. The mammut is supposedly a larger size, however unloaded they look the same. Maybe fully stuffed the bandit is narrower, but a little longer and sticks out maybe an inch less. The BD might fit a bigger guy (I'm a M, 5'10") better as the straps start off wider at the top.

The diagonal ski carry on the Mammut is inventive. First off the bottom loop is in the bottom right corner, and can be retracted via an adjuster inside the pack. When not in use it's stowed and won't get hung up. The top strap also stows inside a pocket. The only downside is the bottom strap therefore has a hole, and in theory a little moisture could get it in.
The BD pack the bottom strap in the middle, which seemed awkward for carry as the skis hit my legs (untested in a real boot pack though). The BD bottom strap is always dangling there, which I'm concerned will get caught on a chair/tree branch. The top strap is an unattached adjustable nylon strap with a buckle to be looped to one of the two top loops, the BD strap could get lost.

The mammut fits snugger for me, the "liane/smoke" is not yellow, it's a mustardy lime green. It definitely is more feature laden and stylish.

I got the platypus 3L big zip which is a few inches too tall for the pack, so the top of the bladder may have to be folded over. Also the mouthpiece is big and barely fits into the shoulder strap zipped shroud. The BD's sleeve is more roomy, but lacks the insulated lining of the mammut...

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on September 14, 2011

4 5

Light and nice looking,

However it does run a bit small/narrow. I fit perfectly into a Giro G10 (MX)in Medium with the adjuster all the way open. My head measure 59.5

This one does not fit in M, it's too narrow. I can feel the foam and plastic from the adjuster pressing into my head.

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TheEradicatorwrote a review of on January 27, 2011

4 5

I wear a 10 in Nike, (27 mondo ski boot), I got these in 9 and they fit perfect. It was snug at first but the toasty removable felt liner breaks in and after it's just right, any smaller would be too small though in the length. It is very wide.

No arch support whatsoever, if you want to put an insole in, you might want to consider sizing up.

I wouldn't wear them to hike long distances since they are sloppy around the ankle and heel, and very bulky.

Warm (hot even), comfy, totally waterproof, and good for walking / standing around in deep snow.

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