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Steve W.wrote a review of on April 19, 2007

4 5

Love the boxer shorts type fit and feel. Very light; feels like a swimsuit (sans jock) but looks and wears like a pair of shorts. Like the two deep front pockets, but would have also liked at least one cargo pocket and a zip fly. Love the water-resistant aspect. Great shorts. Now I have two.

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Steve W.wrote a review of on March 12, 2007

5 5

I like my The North Face Bionic a lot. It is light, repels water, is comfy and works well in 40F-55F, depending on whether I have a layer underneath. The sleeves are a bit too long, but I figure that's for the climbers and jocks who need it. I love the look (in black), too. Great value this softshell. Excellent option to have in the closet.

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Steve W.wrote a review of on March 12, 2007

5 5

I love my Arc'teryx Accomplice jacket. I am wearing it as I type this review (and I'm in an office on Wall St...it's cold today!). This is my favorite fleece jacket compared to my Burton AK and Arc'teryx Delta AR. It is stretchy like a softshell (so cool), light, warm, (but not hot), blocks the wind, and very cool looking. I have black and can wear this around town in NYC and it is very urban. Just as great, light, functional and cool-looking jacket. I wear it either as a mid-layer under my The North Face RedPoint or alone. I also like the hip-length.

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Steve W.wrote a review of on March 12, 2007

5 5

This is my favorite fleece jacket. I have a Burton AK and an Arc'teryx Delta AR. The Accomplice is light, repels wind and water, very stylish (particularly in black), and very comfy. It can be worn around town here in NYC it is that cool. But it is also very light and functional and warm. I have used it as a mid-layer and then an outer layer either warming up inside from the frigid cold or on milder days. It ain't cheap, but it is so well-made and so form/function strong, that I am very glad I bought it.

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Steve W.wrote a review of on February 21, 2007

4 5

Very light, nice, well-made, and great-priced jacket from MH. I like the large pit zips. Good fit, too. Good coverage. I cannot comment on the rain resistance though, which is why I bought it, cos it's been too cold in the north east to test yet (I bought this for spring, summer, fall wear), so my fingers are crossed, but I am betting it's gonna be a lot better than the run of the mill slicker I had (fer shur).

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Steve W.wrote a review of on February 15, 2007

4 5

I like this light, comfy fleece shirt. It is very light, and provides a nice amount of warmth. It's a tad stretchy too, which is cool. The zipper catches a bit towards the top and a medium (which is my standard size) is a drop too snug for me (but I don't think a large would be appropriate). The value for this particular pull-over fleece is very good, so I am quite pleased I got it.

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Steve W.wrote a review of on February 15, 2007

4 5

I rate this jacket highly because it is a great value. I love how light it is, and yet how warm it keeps me. I think it is fine with a long-sleeve shirt underneath down to about 32F, but anything colder than that I add a nice fleece layer, too. The Redpoint is well-made, and comfortable. I have no problems with the napoleon zipper getting stuck thus far. The hand pockets are medium-sized, and big enough for me. I wish The North Face had included an inside pocket. The jacket is so very light; I really like it a lot.

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