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jos2717388wrote a review of on February 15, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small

I picked these up on sale, bought two just in case I liked them (I like to have a spare), and I wish I had bought 4. I've run these through the ringer rock climbing. The fabric has held up nicely. They do not shrink as others have noted...must be wrong product. The fit is a bit small for a cyclist with larger than average thighs. Waist is in line with waist size in other pants, but snug thighs.

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jos2717388wrote a review of on February 28, 2013

3 5

The Pamir is a nice color and well made. The pockets are fine, the waist cinch is good, and it is a nice athletic fit. However, I'm finding it to be a terrible layering piece for any athletic winter pursuit. It does not breathe well at all. I do much better with the TNF Denali as a layering piece at the same temperature range. I sweat like a stuck pig in the Pamir. I'd recommend it for 'sitting there doing nothing' layering.

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jos2717388wrote a review of on December 8, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought a pair of these for offroad rides in the dark on my MTB. For the size and weight, they handily beat my 3 year old Cateye external battery lights. The mount is solid, the lights detatch easily, and can be charged via USB in pretty short order. I really like the hard aluminum case and overall construction. This isn't a cheapo light. I'll be waiting for a sale on other Lezyne lights for my other bikes.

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jos2717388wrote a question about on March 31, 2009

I really want to buy this jacket. It seems like a bugger to fit though. I'm 6'0" and 220, long torso. I don't think I have terribly long arms, but I have good sized shoulders and arms (former farmer). I also have a beer gut that comes and goes like the tides. I doubt I will ever wear any mid layers more than a hoodie underneath. I'm leaning toward XL just to be safe. Do you think that sounds right? For what it's worth, I have a TNF Free Thinker II in XL that fits me perfectly.

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