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amandaj wrote a review of on January 28, 2012

5 5

YESSSS! this suit is so comfortable. its the perfect base layer for powder days, and comfy enough that I've slept in it. the zipper hatch thing is legit- its nice to not have to strip down totally to pee. thumb hole design gives your hands some extra warmth too... if it hand a pony-tail hole in the hood I would never take the thing off. I bought the purple, and the color is exactly what you see on the screen.

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amandaj wrote a review of on January 28, 2012

5 5

These are my favorite hiking socks ever. They are the perfect amount of cush, the perfect height, and a baller material. They stay in place and I don't have to fuss with them during a hike, and they keep my feet warm without making me feel like they are going to catch on fire. These are my go-to hiking socks, but honestly I find any excuse to put them on-- super comfortable. Smartwool love!! And way to shake it up with the mineral color!!

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amandaj wrote a review of on January 28, 2012

5 5

Used this top as a base layer while boarding or as the top layer when running, keeps heat close when you need it, but breathes like it should when you need to stay cool. My only half complaint about this shirt, is that I'm 5'11" and I wish the thumb holes were a little further down to fit longer arms-- but they still work just fine and are comfortable enough that this shirt makes it into my bag wherever I'm headed for outdoor shenanigans. Oh, and the sugilite/ceramic combo is pretty rad-- appreciate the bright options.

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amandaj wrote a review of on January 28, 2012

5 5

Precip is super functional and looks pretty too. I'm 5'11" and the jacket has enough length in the arms to keep me from looking like an idiot, and the body covers my full torso no problem. The underarm vents work like they should, and the jacket itself is light and folds up super tiny for when space matters. Have plenty of room in this one to stay comfortable when hiking or running. The chin guard is legit- and does its job, so its comfy even when fully zipped. Good price, good look, good jacket.

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amandaj wrote a review of on January 22, 2012

5 5

THANK YOU! This gaiter saved my life (or at least my face) on my first snowboarding trip of the season. Less annoying than the full balaclava or the gaiters or buffs that have to be facing a particular way-- you just pop this puppy over your head and leave it around your neck when you dont want it, and pull it up for easy, warm, and SOFT coverage when you need to. You can also pull it up as a hat(ish) deal if you need to. It dries super fast, is light, and fits easily in your pocket. Best bang for your buck gaiter out there.

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amandaj wrote a review of on January 22, 2012

5 5

This shell lives up to the Arc'teryx reputation for sure. It comfortably fits layers in -6 temps, and vents beautifully for warmer days on the mountain. I've worn this shell in Jackson Hole powder and in east coast slush and stayed warm and dry in both. I'm 5'11" and the jacket has awesome length in the body and arms. The hood fits my over my snowboard helmet, and the pockets are easily accessible and pretty big. I bought the Peacock color, and its bright and awesome. Buy it.

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