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jschaad50137960 wrote a review of on August 22, 2011

4 5

Incredibly cool looking and comfortable. I have a pair of the Coopers and I really dig them but wanted to try these for the wrap-around styling. I'm not disappointed in the form or function...just the fact that my Cooper's are made in Italy and the Logan's are made in China.

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jschaad50137960 wrote a review of on April 14, 2011

5 5

Well, they are a little on the heavy side, and take a while to break in, but all in all they're pretty sweet. I love how they look and the graphics on them are really cool...even though you can't see them when you're wearing them. At any rate, they're very comfy once they're broken in, plus they have great traction. They do mold to your feet very well and essentially are like orthotic sandals--definitely love that.

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jschaad50137960 wrote a review of on March 1, 2011

4 5

I actually love these pants as far as functionality is concerned...great waterproofness, insulation and just the right amount of pockets. However, like the previous review stated, they do fit a bit large. I'm 6'1", 200 lbs with a 32" waist and I got a large to be on the safe side but they're rather baggy on me. Accordingly, I recommend going down one size with these. As far as the belt loops are concerned, you can actually feed a belt through the opening where the adjustable tabs are. Initially it didn't make sense to me the way the tabs were set up, but once I figured out where to feed a belt through I was more satisfied with this product.

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jschaad50137960 wrote a review of on March 1, 2011

5 5

Held off writing a review until I had a chance to test the jacket out a bit and it certainly di not disappoint. First off, I'm 6'1" and about 200 lbs and the jacket fits absolutely perfectly...length is ideal for me and the athletic cut works well with my physique (broader chest/shoulders, 32 in waist). Performance wise, I wore it snowboarding in sub-20 degree weather with 30 mph winds and the skies outright puking snow and it performed beautifully. I wore a Marmot performance fleece and long-sleeved baselayer underneath and was perfectly comfortable all day. It shed snow like nobody's business and kept the wind out as advertised. I own several Marmot products and they make exceptionally high quality products in my opinion (hence the reason I have so much of their stuff). Bottom line is I would highly recommend the ROM jacket as an extremely versatile piece for just about any condition, with the proper layering of course!

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