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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on March 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

at 6'4 195 the 32 is pretty spot on and i wear 32's. Super light and comfy great for hotter spots, rugged enough to delve into some rugged nature.
Look awesome, I have 3 pairs of renegade would have 20 if they made that many colors.
Great pockets too stash tons of stuff, look killer around town. Butt is to die for in them, ha.
Get a pair, don't hesitate, do it now!!

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on March 29, 2014

5 5

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

6'4 195 and a perfect fit in a large. Can do anything in it. If you sweat a lot it will be noticeable. I have only had high quality experiences with the 8 or 9 arc products I own from long sleeve to sleeveless, to zip up and a couple pair of sweet shorts.
Pricey, but comforts beautiful.

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on March 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I'm 6'4 195 and the Large fits tailored. Great shirt in the heat, doing anything active, and around town looks cool too. Comfortable shirt that seems as though you are wearing nothing.
A heftier size price tag but comes with a guarantee you will love it lots!

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on March 31, 2013

5 5

This shirt is ridiculously comfortable, stylish, and performs awesome in moderate to vigorous activities. Warm Weather activity is perfect in this, I live in Tucson and it's a go to shirt for mountain bikes, runs, hikes, workouts, chill sessions, Yoga, whatever the list goes on.
I'm 6'4 195 and the large is athletic killer fit. Get this and guarantee if you get the right size(no worries with killer bc returns dept) you will fall in love with it.

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on August 19, 2010

5 5

I personally love the Masochist. Have owned a handful of Montrail Streak's which I love as well but this takes the cake for the Montrails that I have owned. Great traction, fits like a glove on my size 13 medium width shoes.
Is true to size, nice toe box protection, roomy toe box too. They are pretty B.A. Barackus if you ask me.

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on August 19, 2010

4 5

I am an avid trail runner who has owned atleast 15 different trail runners in my life and these are definitely a solid trail runner that will get the job done.
Pro's: Solid cushion, comfortable, very good traction. Cons: knowing that personally I like the Fireblade and Crosslite a bit better.
In my history of trail runners I will look back and say 'They were pretty good trail runners'.

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on August 19, 2010

5 5

I trail run in it, did a 3 nighter in the smokies with it in late July, (check the smokies out if you've never been) rock climb in it, hit the weights with it, do Yoga, hit the grocery store in it, and wear it just about anywhere you can think of and although this is a run on sentence I could go on forever raving about the deep love that I have fallen into with this catch.
If you sweat hella it chills on the stink, it's feather light, and in Tucson where I hail, it feels gorgeous even in the blowdrying heat.
Get one, get two, get three... That's what I did, more colors please so I can hit the old lady up for the blue one...haha.

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addicted2mountain94 wrote a review of on January 12, 2010

5 5

This bag is definitely in the 40 degree range if not a little better. I was out on a 30-32 degree night at about 6000 feet in Arizona and it performed beautifully with fairly thick pajama bottoms and a long sleeve Baselayer. Didn't get cold at all.
It's super light and packs down a little bigger than a Shaquille O'Neal sized hand. The plastic thing that makes the stuff sack tight broke the very first time I used it while preparing to go on a Backcountry trip, but no huge deal, i just tie it like a shoe now.
It has decent room inside, I'm 6'4 200 and the long fit like a glove.
As an ultralight enthusiast you won't compromise comfort in chilly conditions with this feather weight contraption of a bag.
Recommend it, especially at $199.

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