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Joseph D.

Joseph D.

Joseph D.

Joseph D.wrote a review of on September 16, 2019

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

First, nice helmet I’ve used it on several road rides. Nice ventilation and not too noisy at speed. My big complaint is replacement pads are almost impossible to find. I contacted Kask directly and they sent me a link where the price is 22 dollars plus tax plus shipping. So basically 30 dollars for a few grams of pads. Complete BS. I’ll never buy another Kask helmet because of this. BTW, I’ve asked Competitive Cyclists about these and they’ll sell you the helmet but don’t have the pads

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Joseph D.wrote a review of on August 23, 2019

1 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs small

So sick of these apparel companies and there ridiculous sizing of jerseys and bibs. I sized up because of other reviews I read. Shoulda sized up two times. Also stupid short. Hey POC, is the material used so expensive that you can’t produce a jersey that at least makes it to within three inches of my waist? Sending them back

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Joseph D.

Joseph D.wrote a review of on January 6, 2017

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs small
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195 lbs
Size Purchased: XL

Really good looking shirt jacket, however the manufacturer should change the name to "dainty shirt". I am a active, physical, construction guy who chops my own wood, cleans out my own fireplace, changes my own oil and works outdoors. I thought this shirt jacket would be a good buy for a daily wearer to work on the cool days where a winter coat would be too hot. Honestly, I don't think the fabric would last a week without being ripped or torn. Don't get me wrong, it's nice material, just not "iron and resin". For me, Iron and Resin evoke toughness, rugged stuff. I would not put this garment remotely in the tough rugged category. The outter material is a really nice tightly woven cotton but it's just super thin. I'd wear it to the coffee house on Sunday morning and look sharp but for a 120 plus bucks I can do better. It's going back. One other comment. The cuffs only have one button and one position. If I were the designer, id consider two buttons so the tightness of the cuff can be adjusted.

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Joseph D.

Joseph D.wrote a review of on January 6, 2017

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Fit: Runs small
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195 lbs
Size Purchased: XL and XXL

my idea of a shirt jacket is a sorta mid weight fabric that's soft yet somewhat rugged as well as being insulated. Not a coat. This shirt jacket is pretty much that. HOWEVER, the cut and fit is just completely wrong. I actually looked closely at the photos and was impressed enough to pull the trigger on three of these jackets (two XL and one XXL one for me and 2 for next years Christmas gifts). I also looked all over for reviews but couldn't find any. I'm really disappointed for several reasons. First the fit. I am 6' 195 lbs, broad shoulders and fit. The XL was tight, bending over or extending both arms forward or raising my arms and the jacket bunched up in my pits and rode up my arms 4-5y inches. I washed the XXL and that shrunk so it actually almost fit but not quite. The sleeves were too long and the cuff only has one button position not allowing you to make the opening smaller, therefore the sleeve just slides down past the wrist. My impression is these jackets or shirts are for a super skinny, slight frame person who'd rather look cool at the coffee shop than have comfortabl, roomy, functional jacket that will hold up in the real world, active life style. If you do buy this shirt I strongly suggest buying a larger size and it's guaranteed to shrink a size if you machine dry it.

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Joseph D.wrote a review of on December 1, 2012

2 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The base of the bag is rigid, therefore if you attempt to place in overhead bin on airplane wheels first it will not allow the bag to go in far enough, you'll have to place the bag in long ways or turn the bag upside down. Only one external very small pocket on top barely big enough for your ticket, passport, wallet. You'll have to remove all three to get to one. Great material and construction. If the bag was a bit smaller and the base wasn't as large , and if it had enough easy access pockets it would be a good bag. In short, don't waste your money unless you plan on checking the bag.

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Joseph D.wrote a review of on August 18, 2012

5 5

Im 6' 195. Got a large blue and XL olive, wasn't sure which size to buy. I'm keeping both. The olive is a little large and the blue fits nice but really both will work. I've been complimented by friends on both shirts out of the blue. I would not call these linen as described. Their just a well made, simple, great looking 100% cotton shirt that is comfortable on a 90 degree day. For the price yo will not go wrong.

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