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craigrukswrote a review of on February 2, 2015

5 5

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

Have worn this jacket almost every day for the last two months. Used for travel in multiple climates as well as skiing. Packs small, weight is great considering its synthetic, and most importantly, it regulates heat way better than my down puffy. Have found it effective at keeping me warm from mid teens up through the fourties no problem. I also carry a Marmot Mica, which pairs well with this as a shell to protect from heavier rain/wind.

Fit is great for me. I have a Cochineal Red size medium, and I am 6'1", 34/35" arm length, 40L jacket length. The arms are long enough! And fit is really good.

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craigrukswrote a review of on May 26, 2012

4 5

What a deal! One of the lightest down jackets on the market and the fit is perfect for me! Have used it skiing and hiking mostly. Packs down to nothing and weighs nothing so it's a shoe-in for hiking. The only critique I have is that when you go to button it up the material around the button tends to get in the way, takes a couple tries and is really hard to do with gloves on. Is also quite hard for me to button the top button, but I very, very rarely do that.

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craigrukswrote a review of on May 26, 2012

5 5

Took a risk by buying a center zip bag before buying but have been really happy with its effects. I can use it as a "quilt" if it's too hot by flipping it over, zipper open, and tucking my legs in. As a side sleeper, when it gets too cold I can zip it up and on my side the zipper never bothers me. And it packs in the bottom of my bag great. It's also a slightly difference purple shade than the Anorak down pullover, so thankfully in the night I can tell the difference as I either wear that or use it as part of a makeshift pillow.

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craigrukswrote a review of on May 26, 2012

5 5

I spent a bunch of time research what I wanted for a sleeping pad. Low weight and high r-value ended up being my two deciding factors. I was wary of purchasing an item that is so new to the market but so far I have had no issues with mine. I purchased a 6'0" one and I'm 6'1", has been the perfect size (I usually put my makeshift pillow above the pad). I'm a side sleeper and for the first time my hips don't touch the ground when I sleep, has made a huge difference. I couple this with the Stoic Somnus 30, which I also really recommend for a side sleeper.

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