Emily Jensonposted an image about Marmot Long Hauler Small Duffel Bag on November 9, 2018
The dimensions for the small are 11.5x20x12
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The dimensions for the small are 11.5x20x12
My customer wanted to shard that she sized down on these, around 1/2 to a full size. She is normally a 8.0. She's a 7.5 in Sorels, but went with a 7.0 in these because her heels lift up.
These are leather boots and the soft leather will stretch to fit like a glove. So, definitely size the length properly, and you should have a perfect fit in no time.
Loved this pad, but now I'm sad because it means I have to upgrade from my last one. The dump value is so effective and makes rolling it up a breeze.
But the pump sack it freaking awesome! I filled the pad up with like, 3 or 4 bag fulls. It was really easy and the bag rolls down and snaps shuts, so you can use the bag for a million other things too.
I recently did a comparison between the Ethel and the Roxy Ann, on a mountain biking trip to Grand Junction.
I own the Roxy Ann, but demoed the Ethel. The Roxy Ann has been fine for my backpacking trips, so far. But, I run super cold. So there's no question that I preferred the Ethel. I know it would take up more space in the pack, but it's worth it to me, since I really value a warm and snuggly sleep.
I typically have my dog with me who fits inside the bags, but didn't have her on this trip. Would be interesting to see if I'd have been too warm with her, but probably not. Too warm is never an issue for me.
Love the Big Agnes Sleeping system that attaches your bag to the sleeping pad, too! You can Toss and Turn, stress free!
Very happy with this shirt, just took me a second to dial the sizing. It's exactly what I was expecting in regards to style and quality.
I'm normally a medium. If I wanted a really baggy look, then I'd have kept that size. But if you have a chest that protrudes, it ends up making you look kinda preggers from the side.
So, I sized down to a small and I love the fit! I'm 5'8, 135, 34C.
I'm very familiar with the awesomeness of DPS skis, having ridden the Nina and the Zelda. So I'm going mad, waiting to get my new Nebo's in the backcountry!!
These are a one-profile-fits-all-conditions touring ski, which is exactly what I need for the pow under the ridges and the crud and trees at the base. Can hardly wait and praying for more early season snow!
I have demoed this ski and if I could have a 3 quiver ski, this would 100% be my next purchase. The full rocker is fantastically fun in the trees and powder.
Yeah, they are this good. I'm pretty sure this particular musky agrees. Thanks for the perfect photo, Jason!
This is feedback from one of my customers:
These fit a bit small, but its fine for racing. Stiff as hell and light. I don't feel them at all while racing (which is good, I guess).
I run ok with them. So far I could clear all the hills, so I had only to run in sand, up stairs and over hurdles: all worked fine.
The shoelace are flat (not round like my shimano shoes). They never got untied, I don't really need to double the knot with them. I didn't try the studs yet. Maybe later in the season if the snow shoes up.
Got the size 44.0.
These may be better for long legs and a shorter torso. Orvis seem to work well with a longer torso and shorter legs. Great waders though, especially for the price.
Good for Style and Movement
I really really really like this bra. It has pretty solid support while being attractive. I can remove the inserts, which I prefer, and still feel supported without feeling claustrophobic. The fabric is soft and comfortable. It's perfect. Not sure how it will last, but still giving 5 stars.
I'm used to Stoic bras running large, sometimes, so I got the small. This one however, is definitely true to size, so don't size down. I'm a 34C, and the small fits, but is a bit tight in the rib cage, so I exchanged for the medium and it's spot on.
I've tried all the oatmeal flavors. I like Blueberry the best. I think I should try their dinners, since the oatmeal is good!
I love this, so far! Light, and eternally useful. I will be careful about how mucky of water I use, since I know the filters will clog up faster. But, outside of that, I have faith this will last a good while. Especially for this price!
Cute and stretchy! Cleans up easily.
These are new to me, but I like them. The fabric is strong, but really stretchy. So, you forget about them once they are on. I also think they are flattering.
I feel like I'm the max for the medium size. I'm 5'8, 140. My low waist or hip bones, are 31 and my waist is 29. I'm typically a solid medium so I guess these run a teeny bit small. But, I'll still mark them as true to size, since I'm a true medium.
The pockets are in a very comfortable height. You will use them a lot! They are deep and cozy.
the shorts are short, if you wear them at your true waist. If you wear them lower, they definitely give you more coverage. Both ways are equally comfortable for me.
They are new to me, so thus the 4 stars. I'm sure about durability yet.
This is just ONE POLE.
These are new to me, thus just the 4 stars. First impression is good, though.
Definitely size up. My boys and my husband all had to go one or two numbers up, from their normal size.
Everything else fit great on them though. They liked the cut of the legs and the fabric.
The lengths we have posted will be the actual length of your oar, once you attached the oar.