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Hi, im 6.2" 185 lbs and im thinking which...
Hi, im 6.2" 185 lbs and im thinking which size is best for me L or XL, anyone could help me? :)
Lo0o0o0ove this jacket
Though it was too small when I got a medium on sale but it's working out perfectly. got big fat zippers, hold your mp3, tissues, whatever. Loosened up just a tad and fits perfect. Doesn't block wind like some other ones but I'm in Socal and we're always boardin in hot weather, especially with the pass season. Still lovin the style
S T O A K E D !
This is a perfect all around hoody, it's super warm, soft, and it's way thick I couldn't be happier with it! It works nicely as a middle layer over your long sleve and under your primary jacket. It's got some super sick pocket placment, and the logo is way bold. I rock this hoody as sort of a coat for just goin out in, as well as a layer for riding. Size is perfect in my eyes, but some may say it runs a lil big.
Do these fit kinda sung? In most all of...
Do these fit kinda sung? In most all of my hoodies I rock an XL but it seams to me that coats with fabric like this run a lil on the smaller size. Any word on the subject to help a brotha out? Like a chest and waist measurement would be supa coo. Muchas Gracias!!
Nice but long
I ordered this for my boyfriend in Medium he's 5'11 190 lbs and muscular but it was kind of long on him. He likes his stuff fitted and usually Medium fits him but this one was too baggy for his liking. Otherwise, nice sweater.
All around good zip up, but does not stop wind, so its best to layer up if you plan on taking it on the mountain.
Most comfortable hoodie I own now. The shape is like a snow coat, so the zipper comes up to the middle of my chin, the hood is roomy and warm. the pockets are nice. And the chest pocket has a headphones cord hole. It's an all around great hoodie, and I like the color too.
Last hoodie you'll ever need.
In a large 5'10" 210 and it's the best fit ever.
Super tech but still a hoodie. If it were any more water proof it'd be a softshell and stuffy.
Material is so different from last years Transpose. WAY more breathable.
I bought two I was so stoked.
Stop camping on it.
Its waterproof, it fits really nice, and it comes in a ton of colors. I don't think I took this hoodie off all winter long. More companies should be making waterproof hoodies and pants like Analog!
medium optic white
im five 9 and i think that the medium fits me perfect
This fleece/hoodie is awesome. I got the blue and its nice and bright. The color in the picture is accurate for my monitor at least. Good length in the sleeves and trunk. Pockets galore. The screening is heavy plastic and I do not think it will fade or crack even if washed. I really like the white zippered chest pocket in the logo. Looks super nice and perfect for phone or mp3 player. Water resistant coating is a sweet feature I didn't expect when initially buying it. I bought this mainly as a insulation layer, but it looks awesome by itself. The outside has a slight mesh texture, so it will function as a breathable insulation layer, but doesn't block wind all that much. This will be perfect for warmer spring days or in the fall especially if you tend to perspire a lot. Medium has a good amount of baggy for me. 5'11" 200lbs. I wish the hood had a little bit more room, but it'll fit under a outer jacket hood nicely. All-in-all, awesome. I think I will get more analog clothing.
Alex Andrews On Analog ATF
ATF= Analog Technical Fashion
WHAT IT IS: ATF -- or Analog Technical Fashion -- is a nineteen-piece collection for winter 11/12 that infuses basic lifestyle clothing pieces like plaids and hoodies with weather-shielding performance features found in hyper-technical outerwear. "When I started thinking about designs, I literally tried to create something I could wear anywhere and feel like myself in but I could also jump on the hill and shred with if I wanted to," said Trevor Andrew, who helped create the line along with Mikkel Bang and Danny Davis. The Balance Flannel is perfect example: form and function, together at last.
WHY IT RULES: The Balance Flannel, like the other pieces in the collection, doesn't look or feel like some sort of tech nerd mashup (makers of "rideable denim" take note). Rather, feels like a regular flannel shirt you could rock every day. The key difference? With anti-bacterial, moisture-wicking, quick-dry, 4-way stretch fabric, it won't turn into a sopping stink rag after a few hikes up to that secret rail spot. Analog Design Director Joey Jorgenson sums up the motivation behind ATF like this: "It was critical for us to implement everything in a way that was real and not gimmicky. We feel like we've made some real improvements to gear that picks up where a classic 2L shell is too much for conditions or when a rider feels more like expressing his off-the-hill style." In short: more crushing it, less kook factor.