I've bought this fleece for my girlfriend and she tends to like it.
It's warm, blocks wind and doesn't looks like a bag.
Despite some other comments, the material doesn't peel after several washes. So other than price tag I can't see any flaws in this fleece.
I've tried this pants a few years ago and really liked them.
Bought another 2 pairs recently and was disappointed with quality. Stitching just sucks? there were lots of threads coming from almost every stitch. I would definitely return these pants if I could.
So choose this pants only if badly need a bottle opener :)
I've own several different shorts, but this piece of gear is the best hands down. You just can't beat merino wool in the comfort department. They dry fast. Really fast. I've compared them to Gore Air GT AS Shorts and they beat Gore in every way.
just the perfect shorts for me
I've switched to Cursoris from Mizuno Precision for 2 reasons: I wanted a zero drop shoes, and Cursoris are lighter then Precision.
Haven't run that much in them, but I like them even more than Precision. They are feather light :)
I'm 5'7" and bought S size. Though I'm not skinny, I still got a very loose fit and the length is too long for my taste. Probably should have chosen XS for a really slim fit.
I was going to use this shirt mostly for running during summer, but it appears that after about 20km of running I got nipples sore. Yet it still behave nicely if I run less then 15km.
So giving its price the shirt it ok. Just nothing special about it.
That's my first pair of Mizuno running shoes and I just love them. Very light and really smooth feeling on every step.
Lens are really great. They effectively fight water splashes and almost don't fog. I was wearing them when a ran marathon and they behaved nicely. The only problem I had with them: removing elastic band wasn't easy. I even found a special page on Julbo site that explains how to remove the band, but it wasn't easy anyway.
You can tell that this shirt is awesome just by counting positive reviews.
At first I felt like paying 50$ for t-shirt is a bit stupid, but right now that's my favorite t-shirt and I've ordered another one. They are just perfect
I own this shirt in graphite color and wanted to point, that the back is actually yellow (just like sleeves).
I mostly use it as a base layer for running when it's cold outside and works just fine. Nothing really special and probably a bit expensive for it's value.
Can I expect these in M size any time soon?
These looks like a rip of La Sportiva Solution shoes. I wonder if they actually similar in quality and grip to La Sportiva
I ordered M and ended up with comfortable relaxed fit.
Hoodie does block wind, though it's not a real wind stopper (anyway, it's way better in this aspect then my North Face Denali Fleece). Regarding rain protection ? it does offer some protection, but definitely wouldn't save you from real showers.
Really warm and comfy. I'm wearing it along with a thin t-short and feel warm when it's 0� in the street.
Update: after almost one year I still love this hoodie. Used it a lot while traveling across Europe during late Autumn and it was a perfect experience. So this hoodie remains to be my favorite.
that's the only tights I own and I see no reasons for looking anywhere else. They are just perfect.
If you take in account price, quality and durability, I believe these socks would be the champions
don't know how long they would last, but what I know for sure i'll bye this socks again when I tear up the pair I own
They are expensive, but anyway you'll end up buying second and third of them. Cause you'll love them
After wearing this for more then a year I must admit that I like this layer. It's thin. Really thin and not durable because of this.
I've ordered it in S and it still runs a little bit long. The color on backcountry photos isn't right ? the shirt is much lighter in real life.
Great socks if you don't count their price.
But to my taste http://www.backcountry.com/fox-river-wick-dry-off-road-quarter-crew-sock.html works about the same while cost half the price.
I'm using them daily for casual walks to work and for short running once a week. After half of year I've noticed that sole has worn off. Not that dramatically, but I guess I'll finish them in next several months.
Anyway, they are so comfortable that most probably I'll just end up buying another pair of these.
I'm 170cm and weight about 75kg, size S fits just perfectly. As other people already mentioned, these are super soft and comfy. And you'd better order 2 pants right away, cause you'll love them.
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