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seattlerain wrote a review of on November 20, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This pants are great. They move really well, they are the first softshells I have tried on that I felt like I could climb in with full flexibility. Mammut is also a great brand for the taller ladies, I'm 5'9" and I've noticed the pants are all long enough for me and the sleeves on jackets are typically longer than other coats.These pants are also very flattering which is a bonus to their functionality!

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seattlerain wrote an answer about on February 16, 2011

When I was in search of an ultra-light down - I tried them all on. Patagonia's Sweater, Marmot's Venus, NF, but this jacket was by far the longest fit in the back which is what I wanted. The others seemed so short and barely came to my belt line, but this one covers a few inches of your bum. I agree with the others - I love this jacket and can't take it off. No matter the outside temperature, it seems to do the job without making me too hot in warmer temps. It also has a very appealling athletic fit and I can't count the number of compliments I have gotten on the red/but not really red color. Love it...

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seattlerain wrote a review of on March 27, 2009

5 5

These pants are awesome! I tried them on in a store and kept my eye on them until the price came down a bit. The Black plaid design is really fun and there are zippers everywhere - leg vents, random pockets, super cute butt pockets. You can adjust the waist on them by pulling straps, so you don't have to wear a belt. The quad region is a little bit tighter than your average baggy snowboard pant, but once you're on the mountain you don't even notice. Perfect temperature if you're riding in 20-30 degree weather with some liners underneath.

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