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pwf2687124 wrote an answer about on April 16, 2014

I ordered the Griffon 110, laid them on top of the Automatics and didn't like how much I was going to have to bend the brakes to get them to fit. So, I sent back the Griffon 110 and ordered Salomon STH STH 2 WTR 13 with a 115 mm Brake. Thanks Mike and SkiFreak for your help.

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pwf2687124 wrote a review of on January 28, 2010

5 5

Very nice jacket. I bought this to go under my Arcteryx Theta AR which is a size M. I normally wear a large, but in the Theta Ar I needed a medium. I first bought the Maverick AR in a medium thinking it would be sized like the Theta Ar, but I had to return the Maverick AR for a large. Nice jacket, I like the nailhead finish and the long arm length. It does seem a little pricey for a fleece jacket, but I'm hoping that the nailhead fleece will last longer and not show as much wear as my old north face fleece jackets did.

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pwf2687124 wrote a review of on January 21, 2010

5 5

I love this jacket. I use it for hiking and skiing. Watch out for the sizing--I had to buy a size smaller than usual. I am 6'1" and 170 lbs. I normally wear a large. The large Theta AR was way to big for me. I tried on the medium and it fit perfectly. I have long arms (34") and still the arms were plenty long. I am able to fit an Arcteryx maverick fleece under this jacket with no problem. My jacket was made in Canada with the Goretex proshell (purchased Dec 2009). It repels water like crazy but breaths well. This jacket is made very well--I could find no problems in the stitching. The jacket is amazingly light, but still seems bullet proof. This is by far the most expensive jacket I have ever bought, but so far it seems to be worth it.

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pwf2687124 wrote a review of on November 13, 2009

2 5

I tried these on and I did not like the relaxed fit. I wanted them for alpine skiing. They seemed more like a snowboarding pant. I am 6'1" and 170 lbs. there just seemed to be way too much material in the knees and pant legs. I ordered the TNF Liberation pants instead--these are supposed to have a standard fit. The Liberation is $178 and the Freedom pant is $128. I would have preferred to pay less, but I didn't like the relaxed fit.

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