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lau4010174 wrote a review of on December 29, 2013

2 5

The quality seemed nice, but I never used them for any given time, so I don't know about lens, etc.
The plastic nose rests are just awful. They don't contour with the face, but rather stick straight down, making it very uncomfortable. It's possible they just don't fit well on me, but I've worn many sunglasses, and I've never felt any feel like this before.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on June 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I recently got into barefoot running, and bought myself a pair of Merrells, which I love, but I want to get into trail running, and I'm terrified to screw up my Merrells - enter the Neo trail running shoe! They've got a nice amount of tread to take some trail wear and tear without being too thick, or taking away from the "barefoot" aspect of the shoe. There's also a removable insole, to make it even thinner if you want.
Sizing - other suggested sizing down, so I did. I wear 9 american, and I bought 38.5 in these, which is supposed to be 8.5, and they fit great. They have a nice sized toe box, so if you have regular to wide feet, you'll be comfortable. if you have narrow feet, you might slop around a bit, though.
They feel great on the trail - just like a barefoot shoe should, and I wasn't nervous about the sole being too thin if I stepped on something crazy. Ran in dewy conditions, and they are pretty water resistant. I stayed nice and dry, though I wouldn't go splashing through a puddle or anything...

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on September 17, 2012

5 5

this dress is great in so many ways. The material is amazingly soft. The style and cut of the dress is sexy yet you can wear it to so many things - basically you look sexy without looking like you're trying to. The front is nicely cut - low enough to have appeal, but not so much you fall out. Hem is a little lower than mid-thigh. Again, sexy but not trying to be.
The only downside, if there's any at all - because of the softness & drapiness of the fabric, you can't have a lot of lumps and bumps, or noticeable underwear. It contours to you quite well.
I got mine a tad on the small side - size S, I'm 5'8", 140#, so it doesn't look so drapy on me, like the light gray one pictured in another review. Mine clings a little more.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on May 23, 2012

5 5

Got this from SAC in the shell color, and I'm super happy. I totally forgot it was wool, it's that soft. I also have a pretty long torso, and I always worry when I order online that something will be too short, but this is a great length, it sits a couple inches below the waistband. I'm 5'8", 34C and the M fits great.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on May 23, 2012

5 5

These are super awesome! I got them moreso for hiking and outdoor/moving around activities. So far they've made it successfully through a very bendy yoga class, so that tells me they'll do pretty well in any kind of hiking challenge I'm in. They really stay put, and look super cute.
Size - I'm a 10 in pants - 28 waist, 39 hip, and L fits like a dream.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on April 27, 2012

5 5

I have two labs, and I take them wherever I go. This is perfect for loading up stuff for a getaway weekend, camping, hiking, whatever. It has two sections on the inside, but you can just pull the divider out for one big bag. It also comes with a separate zip bag, so you can stash other food/treats in there as well. lots of pocket space on the outside as well. It's lined like a traditional cooler, so if you want to use it as such for yourself, it works great for that. Who cares if it says 'dog' on the outside? Just a great all around cooler that you can use for your pooches, or yourself, for a great price.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on January 17, 2012

5 5

Ok, I read reviews on SAC before buying, and decided to take my chance. These pants are great. They fit really well, and move with you well. (I tested them by dancing to hip hop around the house! ha ha) And for the ones commenting that they look funny, it's because how YOU'RE shaped, not the pants. I'm 5'8", 140, small 27" waist, 38"hips, and they look fantastic on me. They look my butt look amazing. I ordered 6/M and they fit perfect, with just the right amount of wiggle room without looking baggy at all.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on December 22, 2011

5 5

These are amazing pants. They're very flexible and comfortable, no wierd seams or bunch points like some ski pants. My favorite part of these pants is the very sturdy top button - one of my biggest headaches when really hitting the pow is when I bend or move a lot, and the top of my pants comes undone. I used to have to wear a belt to keep my pants together, but these pants have a really beefy top fasten and I don't have to worry about it.
True to size, not a bad rise, could be a tad lower, but that's my personal preference. Waist sits below belly button, just at my hips. Also very warm.

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lau4010174 wrote a review of on October 7, 2011

4 5

Ok, I was really hesitant to throw down this kind of money for running tights, but I got them on sale on SAC. I have used them a few times, and I have definitely noticed that my legs feel different. Typically after running for more than a mile-ish, I feel the pounding and the gravity pull on my muscles, and the more tired I get, the more everything seems to pound. With these on, my muscles were held in place, and I didn't seem to get as tired in my legs (lungs are a different story, lol!) which is a big thing for me to stay running. So they do keep things very held together and stable, hence the name. If you are an avid runner, or want to bump up your game but need to push past a hurdle, I would recommend trying these guys out.
the only frustrating thing about them is when you put them on, it's like trying to put on a hot water bottle. Follow the size guide, but just be patient at first. Scrunch it all the way down to the end of the leg and work it up your legs like a (really tight!) pair of pantyhose. Be prepared to jump and wriggle around to make them fit correctly. Once you have them on though, take off!!!

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