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pearandgreen wrote a review of on January 23, 2013

3 5

I have another pair of Sugoi tights, the Women's MidZero Zap Tights in XS. For reference, I am 5'1 and 104 lbs. The midzero's fit me perfectly. These are a bit loose in certain areas, like the crotch and a bit in the inner thigh, and also in the butt. They fit like tights through the lower thighs, knees and down. I haven't worn them running yet because I can't decide if I can get over how they look on me. They are much warmer than the Midzero's, but Sugoi also makes another pair of tights from the same material as these, called the Women's SubZero Zap Tights. I'm gonna try those and see how those fit.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 12, 2011

3 5

So I ordered these and in some of the reviews, people said to order a size down because Chacos run big. Well, they don't. They run true to size, at least for me. So I'm returning these and getting a new pair. I'm glad it worked out this way though because I also discovered the Yampa sandal. It's the same exact shoe but lighter and not as clunky, which to me is more feminine and easier to travel with.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 12, 2011

4 5

I got this in an XS. I'm 5'1" and 100lbs. It fits perfectly. The hand pockets are zippered. It also has a nice weight to it for being cotton, heavier than your typical t-shirt but lighter than a hoodie. The thing I don't like about it, which is not a big deal at all is that due to the cut and type of fabric, the seems make these sharp corners. Not sure if that makes sense, but you can see them in the photo, along the forearm and at the hip. These "corners" protrude more than I would like. But I'm keeping it, it's not that big a deal.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 12, 2011

5 5

I'm 5'1" and 100lbs. I always wear an XS and got this shirt in that size. I'm sorta in agreement with vickiejo. It's tight in the arms, but not too tight, I think it's the cut and style of this shirt. I also have a long torso and the split on the side of the shirt does so slightly above my hip, which I'm not super into, but it's long enough to hit below my hip. I'm keeping it because I love the way it looks. If you're not into tight shirts, order a size up. It's way cuter than your average long sleeve t.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 12, 2011

5 5

I'm 5'1" and 100lbs. I always wear an XS and got this shirt in that size. I'm sorta in agreement with vickiejo. It's tight in the arms, but not too tight, I think it's the cut and style of this shirt. I also have a long torso and the split on the side of the shirt does so slightly above my hip, which I'm not super into, but it's long enough to hit below my hip. I'm keeping it because I love the way it looks. If you're not into tight shirts, order a size up. It's way cuter than your average long sleeve t.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 9, 2011

4 5

So so cozy! I bought a pair for myself and my boyfriend. We both also own hoodies made of the same fabric, Horny Toad's cashmoore, which are not nearly as soft anymore due to washing. My boyfriend says he will never wash these pants so that they stay soft. I'm undecided. I would be endlessly in love with these if only they kept their softness. I'm wondering if it's the dryer that ruins it and you may just hang dry these babies to keep them ultra cozy.

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on April 9, 2011

4 5

So so cozy! I bought a pair for myself and my boyfriend. We both also own hoodies made of the same fabric, Horny Toad's cashmoore, which are not nearly as soft anymore due to washing. My boyfriend says he will never wash these pants so that they stay soft. I'm undecided. I would be endlessly in love with these if only they kept their softness. I'm wondering if it's the dryer that ruins it and you may just hang dry these babies to keep them ultra cozy.

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pearandgreen wrote a question about on April 4, 2011

How accurate is this color in this picture? On backcountry, the jacket has this burnt orange color, which I love. But on the horny toad website, the same jacket has a deep red tone and the color name "brick" is far more accurate. I'm only diggin it if it's orangey. Did any one buy this and think the color in the photo is inaccurate?

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on December 14, 2010

5 5

I love this jacket. It's got enough warmth for me and I'm always cold (really always cold). I got it cuz I didn't want to wear my white snowboarding jacket around town and get it all dirty. This was perfect. I got it in the lime green color, it's bright cute and fun. I always get compliments on it anytime I wear it out. I haven't had a single snag and I've had this jacket for over a year.... knock on wood. Granted, I do own lots of other jacket so I wasn't wearing this one everyday. The jacket has cute embroidery detail all over the outside... so I can see how it would snag, I would just avoid velcro and those types of things. I recommend this jacket and think it's great!

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pearandgreen wrote a review of on January 18, 2010

4 5

This top is cute and will keep you warm even for how thin it is. It's great to pack on trips to the cold because you won't have the bulk. I have a long torso and this shirt still manages to hit the bottom of my waist, which I love. The only issue I do have with it is that it's still itchy. Wool is always itchy, I thought smartwool would be different. Or maybe I just have really sensitive skin, but either way, I find myself scratching my tummy and back.

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