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yuki wrote a review of on January 6, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs large

I ordered an xs and it was a little loose as with other lucy products so I wasn't surprised. It's super soft and comfortable and adequately long almost like a short dress. I wish it had a built-in bra, the fabric is so thin that I can't wear this on its own as I got it in the yellow and it'd totally be see thru. I do really like the shape and the length. Tho, I really wish it was a little bit smaller than it is, as the shoulder to pit length is a bit too long and the shirt sits a little too low for my taste around the chest and pit... perhaps I'd have to alter the shoulder straps :(

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yuki wrote a review of on January 6, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I thought this bag would be superior to the also 18L REI Flash which only has one inside pocket while this one has pockets on the outside which is nice, but NO INSIDE POCKET... not having any compartment on the inside kinda sucks...
But, the shape of the bag is such that it's shapeless and awkward when it doesn't have much in it. This bag is a little wider and shorter than the Flash but while the Flash closes with a draw cord and no cover, this one has a lid with a pocket which is pretty nice. It also has cords for attaching stocks/ice tools while the Flash only has one loop.
I miss the hip belt as this one lacks one, the Flash has it, I didn't feel the pack moving so much while I ran, with this bag it's definitely shifting left and right while I run. Others say it's comfortable even for running but I disagree. IF considering running also, I'd get the Flash, but, if that's not a concern, I think this one is better because of the extra pockets and since the bag is wider, it's a little easier to put and get stuff out of the bag.

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