thirstywrote a question about Mountain Hardwear Offwidth Softshell Jacket - Men's on April 18, 2009
how is this with being windproof?
I just enjoy staying active, from playing sports and working out in the gym to getting outside and hiking/snowboarding. I try to mix things up. I would really like to start climbing more and see how that goes. I hope to get some time to visit all the Nor Cal spots and work up a good sweat
how is this with being windproof?
i really like these, they are rubbery and comfy. feels like i could stand on them all day. i say go for it
super comfy and breath great. the perfect boxer for chilling in. i have yet to wear them to the gym or bball, but i'd imagine they'd do fine
i haven't ran or played bball in this sock yet, but it is definitely gonna be interesting. i like the feel of having my toes separated and it keeps them nice and cool. try out a pair, see how you like it
i have the non-zip version of this shirt. i got an xxl, i am 6'4 230 47 chest, and it fit very bag but still short on my. the sleeve length was right, but that was about it on the fit. as for the material, it is soft, but i dunno how much bamboo is in it. after a run it stinks like no other shirt i have. and it's wicking is only moderate, i would say. the zip pocket on the back/side is nice with the headphone port, but there just isn't much to love about this shirt. maybe if it fit better...
i got this in xxl - 6'4 230 w a 47 chest. it fit perfect, but the material was too slick and had a shimmery look to it. it was very comfortable, but i couldn't take how it looked, so i sent it back. it wicked well while i had it and dried quickly. TNF has a better shirt, the ruckus. get that one instead.
i love this shirt, wicks well, super light weight, nice media pocket in the back. it doesn't look slick/shiny, but has that nice feel to it. one of my favorites. fits perfect in xl, i am 6'4 230 47 chest. not too tight, great for the gym or bball
not a bad boxer, but nothing special about it either. i think it is a little overpriced and preferred the other ones i got instead. look at ibex or icebreaker for some nice merino boxers that i think fit and feel better
a little thicker than the cap 1 (duh) and i thought a lot less comfortable. i bought a bunch of these tech tees and this was not my favorite. fit pretty well as an xl, usually i take an xxl - 6'4 230 w a 47 chest. i didn't sweat in it at all, so i can't attest to it's wicking/drying ability. it wasn't comfortable enough for me to even wear it to the gym, i sent it back
i liked this shirt, the material wasn't too silky/shiny and it had good reviews. but this fit was just off. i got an xxl, i am 6'4 230 47 chest. most shirts are too short and baggy when i get this sizing, but this one was tight in the chest and had way too baggy sleeves and body. it just didn't seem to fit me at all
i liked this sock, it is a little heavier than it's ultralite cousin, but has a lot more padding around sensitive areas. i use it to play bball in, as well as hike and run. haven't noticed my foot overheating or anything. so if you want something a little more padded than the ultralite, get this sock, you'll love it
the fit and feel is right on. i got an xl and it is good, i am 6'4 230. i do wish the band was a little softer, but even after one wash it felt better. and the band was way better than the one on the icebreaker bodyfit boxer brief, which almost cuts into my waist. only thing is it does tend to get caught in your crack a bit, i dunno if it is the material or the baggy fit of the boxer...i am use to boxer briefs. but it didn't do it enough to cause me to cast these aside. all in all this is a solid lightweight boxer.
i wanted to love this shirt so much. i wanted all the good things wool brings. and it wasn't bad. but in the end i couldn't justify a $34 undershirt. it fits tight, i got an xxl - 6'4 230 w a 47 chest and it was a little short in the body and definitely fitted everywhere else. it was a little itchier than i had expected, but nothing horrible. maybe if i layered more, it would be perfect, but i just don't have a need for it. not something i'd wear to the gym or to play ball in, and i don't ski or climb enough to make it worth the cost.
...is always a bit tighter than i'd like. i should have probably gone w the xxl, but xl boxers/boxer briefs have always fit right, if not a little baggy. and honestly, these would be perfect if it wasn't for the waist band. other reviews are right, it is cheap and uncomfortable. it feels like it is digging into my waist. but the merino is so soft...i just may keep them
i really like this sock. it is soft and very lightweight. exactly what i was looking for. however it is a bit "fuzzy"...i hope that stuff comes off eventually with some wear
material was too thick and scratchy. sure it seemed really durable, but at the expense of comfort? no thanks!
i ordered a bunch of socks off of BC and these are the only ones i sent back. i wasn't really impressed with the feel and they were heavier than i was looking for
the fit was tight, i am assuming it is meant to be. BC sent me the wrong size - xl instead of xxl, i am 6'4 230 - and i just sent it back. it wasn't comfortable enough for the price. i wasn't impressed, but it wasn't a bad shirt.