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Stephanie wrote a review of on January 15, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: True to size

I tend not to wear a-line-ish dresses, so this dress wasn't right for me. The drawstring was probably at my natural waist, but it's not a style that I've been wearing recently, so I was surprised at how high it was. Even more surprising was the fabric -- it's merino wool, but it feels and looks like jersey.

I'm returning this based on style alone.

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Stephanie wrote a review of on August 9, 2011

5 5

I didn't want to write this review because I want to hoard all the Skyline V-Tanks for myself. As it is, they're out of my size, so my loss is your gain. :) The best feature of this tank is the band on the shelf bra - it's not too constricting and made of the same soft fabric as the rest of the tank. The tank wicks well, although it's difficult to evaluate this when you work out in a high humidity environment. I've worn this for Iyengar and vinyasa yoga, and running. For running in steamy conditions (85 degrees, 80% relative humidity) I'd probably prefer something a little lighter than this fabric.

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Stephanie wrote a review of on June 26, 2007

3 5

The lack of torso adjustment really hit home for me. I'm a short woman, but I'm not abnormally short legged or short torsoed, and while I haven't measured myself for a pack, I thought it was reasonable that a small pack would be a good fit. Wrong. The allegedly 16" torso for the S was too long and could not be adjusted. Moreover, the "removable" top cover design was really weird and made it a little challenging to adjust the shoulder stability straps. The pack also lacks side water bottle pockets, so mine were clipped on and swaying as I walked, although the pack is supposed to be hydration pack compatible (I didn't test this).
The pluses for the pack are the separate sleeping bag compartment and mesh pockets on the waist belt.

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