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blu2474678

blu2474678

Grand Junction, CO

blu2474678's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Climbing

blu2474678's Bio

A little bit of everything. Canyoneering, mtn and road biking, climbing, paddling when I can... Always looking to push my boundaries.

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blu2474678wrote a review of on November 24, 2012

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The main concern, as mentioned at least once previously, is that this shirt feels distinctly like neoprene. Acceptable in my case since I can use it for canyoneering. However, not something I would desire in a normal hiking shirt. Too stiff and not enough breatheability.

A small is somewhat snug on me - 5'11", 150lbs.

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blu2474678wrote a review of on November 24, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great product. As mentioned in the title, it is comfortable, light, and small. Much more comfortable than the older Thermorest Prolite Plus- but also fairly pricey in comparison.

Seems warm (warmer than the Prolite Plus). The durability is yet to be seen, but so far no problems.

Not a fan of the odd green color- the only real drawback.

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blu2474678wrote a review of on June 13, 2012

4 5

Am I the only one that thinks the "khaki" color has a distinct green tinge to it? Makes it hard to match shirts to it, if that matters to you.

In my opinion, the length is a tad long, maybe 1-2". I want my knee covered, but just barely. Otherwise it can start to rub you calf or looks like a dress. Not quite that bad, but it would be better slightly shorter.

In short, comfortable, but the color is off.

btw, 30" fit me well being 5'11" and 147lbs.

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