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ste4573266 wrote a question about on September 27, 2012

Hello,
just received a pair of these in size 10.5 US. While my right foot fits perfect, my left foot is slightly bigger and feels slightly constrained at the pinky toe. I have a wide forefoot and had a pair of rei medium weight hiking socks on.

In anyone's experience, will these break-in after more use or should I consider bumping up to a size 11 (just don't want them to be too big) and the right foot is damn near perfect. Also, on downhills, do your toes generally start banging up towards the top? I have half inch space from toe to front on both feet it feels like. Thanks in advance to everyone. Cheers!!!

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ste4573266 wrote a review of on November 30, 2011

5 5

I'm enjoying these gloves. Got them on the SC for reduced price of course. they are fairly big and remind me a little of small boxing gloves but they are super comfortable. Soft fleece inside. Seem warm enough but it hasn't reached super cold temps yet in Colorado. The palms seems to get a bit cold but that's how mittens role. They do not come with glove liners unfortuantely. Can't yet speak of their waterproofing, but I ran some water on them and it slid right off. Did go skiing in MT during a bluebird day and they were so warm I had to take them off on the chair lift to cool down a bit. I'm happy with them for sure.

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ste4573266 wrote a review of on August 3, 2011

5 5

I was looking for a jacket that would do two things, keep me warm and not make me look like a marshmellow and this jacket fits the bill perfectly. It's definitely not too bulky/puffy, it's comfortable and super warm. And waterproof, a great perk of this jacket not found on others especially for the price. I was originally thinking of the Arc'teryx atom SV, and another poster pointed me to this jacket and I'm grateful. Not as pricey and I think probably just as good. The zipper can be a pain, but just concentrate on zipping your jacket instead of being mindless about it. I'm 6', 155lbs and a Large fits perfect all around. Attached hood is a plus for me. The jacket will also fit under a shell if need be--overkill? I can't speak of it's durability yet but I think it will be alright. If you are on the fence, just go for it. It's hard to find a better jacket, it's the best that I've owned. Oh and I have the blue color. It's not too much or overly drab either.

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ste4573266 wrote a question about on May 12, 2011

Would like to invest in something warm for Colorado either down or synthetic. Something that can stand alone during the winter (on the Front Range) as well as be a midlayer during serious cold or activity (biking, hiking, snowshoeing). Super interested in this jacket but thrown off by the price (high?). Hate the look of the average puffy jacket and like the athletic fit, so is this the way to go or is there a less expensive alternative that will fit the bill? 6' 160lb. Thanks for the help. Cheers!!!

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