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GypsyChic

GypsyChic

Telluride, CO

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Skiing
Hiking & Camping
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Holistic physician, psychotherapist, artist, astrologer, & adventurer...

GypsyChic

GypsyChicwrote a review of on December 5, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 120 lbs
Size Purchased: small

Just bought this jacket in the purple color, and it's my new favorite piece of clothing! It's quite warm as an around-town outer layer over a fleece and vest in Colorado (great wind protection). Planning to use it snow shoeing and (on warmer days) skiing. It's comfortable, moves well, and is very breathable. Love the color!! Flattering cut. It's one of the more moderately priced Arcteryx jackets, and it actually looks and feels like it could cost more!

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GypsyChicwrote a review of on November 14, 2016

4 5

Fit: True to size

This is a super comfortable pant! But, based on all the reviews, including some from relatively tall people, and the low-riseness, I hoped a 32.5 inseam would be long enough. I'm 5'7''-5'8'', and I still found these a bit short. They are workable, and I think I will keep them. But I wish they came in a 33.5 inseam. (Theoretically they maybe did make a 35 in inseam pant per the Lucy website, but it is sold out in all sizes except XS. 35 may be a bit too long, too...) I personally do not think they are big for size, but maybe per Lucy usual standards they might be (they are my first Lucy pant, so I cannot compare). I wear a small in Patagonia, Arcteryx, and North Face and a small or medium in Hard Tail. Dress size 4. I bought a small in these and that seems to be the right size. I weigh about 120 lbs. I really like the cut of these and the fabric. Bought them to use as running pants... and they are perfect (and even a bit flattering perhaps) for that purpose.

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