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Feminomaly wrote a review of on January 16, 2010

4 5

I live in Oregon and run almost daily. The weather here rarely drops below 30, but it's wet 9 months of the year. This windshirt is the best piece of Oregon running gear I've purchased. Keeps me warm and keeps the rain off. It doesn't breathe that well, but nothing wicks away sweat well when it's raining sheets anyway. I'd buy more, but the gray color is a bit drab. If you're going to be in the rain, you may as well be colorful. Backcounty, can you make some more of these in better colors like the men's version--blue, green, yellow, orange, whatever?

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Feminomaly wrote a review of on October 3, 2009

5 5

I'm a Chaco fan anyway, but wanted something quick to put on me feet to run outside and play with the dog or do yardwork, but that would stand up to months, possibly even years, of wear. I believe the flips are it. I've had them only a month, but now they're the first pair of shoes I reach for no matter what I'm doing. Great fit (true to size), seem durable, and I never got an uncomfortable hot spot from the strap that most flip flops give me. Solid.

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Feminomaly wrote a review of on April 21, 2009

5 5

If I could only own one pair of pants in my life, it would be these. Super comfy, great for relaxing, running errands, cycling in rain or wind, running on chilly mornings, hiking and hanging out at the campfire. Can't find any reason not to love these pants. I'm 5'5", 125 lbs. Got the medium so they could fit over my bike shorts, and they are plenty big. If I just wanted to run in them, I'd have gotten a small. They are long in the leg.

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Feminomaly wrote a review of on April 1, 2009

4 5

I live in Oregon and there's almost always rain and a chill in the air in winter. These gloves create an excellent barrier against both. They're bulky, but don't seem to get in the way of reaching for brakes or shifters at all. The soft back-of-the-thumb material is that extra added bonus that saves your nose from getting too raw from constantly having to swipe away drips. Nice job PI.

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