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I have worn the same sunglasses for years (Smith Gibsons) , and am so glad I finally decided to swap it up. The Gibsons were great but these Brewers are a step up for me. The fit on these is perfect. They stay on during activities and I never worry about them flying off my head.
Activity #1 Fishing
These bad Larrys are great on the river. I have the copper polarized lens that cuts glare and works great in a variety of lighting. They aren't the best for when its darker out, but where we get more bright sunny days here in Utah, that is preferred. They are scratch resistant and stay on my face, I never worry about them dropping into the water even when I'm looking straight down.
Activity #2 Skiing
My favorite part of these glasses is that they do not fog while touring! The way they fit allow airflow underneath, and also don't press on my high cheekbones (people with high cheekbones know this struggle) they work great at showing the snow texture and are so damn comfortable to wear with a beanie.

All in all, I'm pretty damn obsessed with these. I've never been one to baby glasses, but these things are treated like gold. If you want a pair of sunnies that can perform but also look great, snag a pair of these. Zeal has really stepped it up with their optics and I'm pumped to have jumped on the Zeal train.

Brewer Loving!

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If you plan on doing any form of hot yoga, you need this towel. Gone are the days of sliding around your sweaty mat fearing for your ligaments and dignity (Can you tell I've eaten crap in a yoga class?) This towel is insanely absorbent, covers a full size matt, is soft, and becomes even more grippy when wet. This towel will quickly become your best friend, and even when you forget to give it a bath, the antimicrobial properties will save the day. Highly Recommended!

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I snagged some info from another site that describes this dress perfectly!
Soft woven crinkle gauze creates a sweet maxi dress that drapes beautifully. - It's true, this material on this is really flattering and comfy!
-Regular fit with a strapless bodice that's smocked for a snug fit - I went a size down due to my height but if you are taller/bigger busted go true to size. The bodice is stretchy so it will most likely fit you perfect!
-Pleating at the waist allows the skirt to billow and sway.
High-low hemline.
Metal logo hit at back.
The dress has a cotton lining so you don't have to worry about seeing through the material.

Beautiful dress! Recommended

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I'm a big fan of stretchy boddice top and flowy bottomed dresses. This dress does it! It is stretchy in the back so its can fit a variety of shapes and cup sizes. As stated below, if you are larger chested, it may not work for you since the chest part of this dress does not stretch. I bought the small and am a 34 B, 5'2". Great length, material is comfy and patters are cute!

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I had ACL reconstructive surgery in March of 2013 due to a skiing accident and was pumped to get back on the hill this '13/'14 season. I made the decision to get a knee brace to protect my new ACL and had the hardest time finding tights that would fit with the brace. I love merino, but due to the wool fibers and overall texture the brace fit horribly and also irritated my skin. I had heard good things about CWX so decided to try out these tights. THEY ARE A GAME CHANGER. Not only does my brace stay on 100%, these things are as supportive as everyone says. They increase circulation, are breathable, are damn comfortable and do not irritate my skin. If you are in unsure of sizing, I recommend going by height. The way the supportive webbing is structured means that you will get the most benefit by going by your leg length. I am 5'2" and went with the small. Be warned, these will be tight like a tiger, but thats what you want in compression tights!

All I can ski in now!

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