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surrational

surrational wrote a review of on October 21, 2010

5 5

So soft and comfortable. Just enough support without being constrictive. Dries super fast after washing or sweating. The legs don't stretch out or ride up into your crotch. Personally, I have no use for a fly in briefs but at least these don't have an open-door policy. I gave up cotton underwear a long time ago, going with Calvin Klein Microfiber and Tech which were previously the best I've worn, but these are far better. I'm 5'6" with a 32 inch waist and the Mediums fit perfectly.

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surrational wrote a review of on December 27, 2007

4 5

i love this jacket. very athletic fit throughout. no extra fabric, yet not restrictive. im 5'6" and 155 lbs, size medium fits perfectly. in comparison with the redpoint, the neoplume is warmer because it fits closer to the body. its not very breathable, but isnt promoted as such. if you ski/ride/climb fairly aggressively, i dont recommend any jacket like this as a midlayer, because it gets too hot. and for an outer layer, i still prefer a softshell for breathability as well as durability. better for casual use, or very light activity. i have only one minor complaint: the tabs on the cuff enclosures are too long and stick out a bit. overall though, very good quality. btw, OR makes awesome gloves and mittens too.

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surrational wrote a review of on March 20, 2007

5 5

this is my most versatile piece of gear right now. athletic fit, but not so tight that you cant layer a thermal and fleece underneath. perfect length to wear a likewise athletic fitting shell over top. i was perfectly comfortable wearing the gravity with a midweight thermal & midweight fleece in 20 degree & cloudy weather. breathes exceptionally well, even when i did sweat after a hard run (in 45 degrees and sunny), i was always dry by the top of the chairlift. i especially appreciate that there are no pit zips bulking up the fabric under my arms. the whole obsession with pit zips is rather illogical for any shell, but its utterly ridiculous for a highly breathable softshell. if you ever get too hot, just open the biggest vent you got: the front zipper!!

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