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5 5

I trust these boots. That's saying a lot right there. Whether its raining, snowing or icy, I'm never on the fence about what to wear. The Bern Baby Bern boots by Keen have amazing soles that I never find myself slipping in or letting moisture in. They're so comfortable, keep me warm and totally dry in rain, sleet and snow. The opening is the perfect size - I can rock the sock toppers without feeling constricted while on the other hand, when I'm going with the boot on denim look, they lay flush. But for all those ladies out there who are calf-conscious, the belt-like strap is there to accommodate your calves, no matter how big or small they are :) The shaft of this boot was definitely built with a ladies figure in mind - like I said the opening is the perfect size and then it tapers down to the ankle (with enough room to roll or smush your not-so-skinny jeans) and then it tapers out a touch to connect with the sole, leaving a good sized space for your thin or thick socks. The sizing is totally a true fit - if you measure out to an 8, buy an 8. That's what I wear and bought in these boots and again, regardless if I wear thick or thin socks, this boot still fits great.
Waterproof, slip proof, and fashion friendly - well-rounded and stylish...highly recommend these!

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5 5

My husband is the local handy-man and puts all work pants through the wringer. The Carhartt Loose-fit Canvas Carpenter Denim Pant are by far his favorite because they withstand a lot of wear and tear and they're extremely comfortable to work in. The denim is definitely thicker than average but it's got elasticity to the material so it makes for ease of high motion and movement. He's 5' 11" and 190 lbs, traditionally wears a 34 waist & 32 inseam and the 34 fit great. The 32 inseam is also dead on. He purchased a total of three Carhartt Loos-fit Cangas Carpenter Denim Pant pairs and they all fit the same. He recommends these for any guy but highly recommends them especially for his fellow handy-men :)

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5 5

K so I thought this sweater would be like your traditional thick polyester but it's very thin and that's the only thing I was caught off guard by. BUT regardless, it does what it's intended to do - keep me warm and look good at the same time. Arguably it's very thin, but it still keeps me warm, dry and wicks moisture inside and out. It's steezed out like Volcom always does so whether you're rockin it solo or wearing it under your vest, it makes your outfit with it's edgy action sports look.
It does not run big but it's longer than your average hoodie both in the arms and the center back length which is great for any high motion activity such as snowboarding or skiing. I'm 5' 5" and 125 lbs and the small fit perfect throughout the arms, the torso and the waist. The bottom hem sits mid-cheek (yep! I said cheek :P) and the hem at the wrist (or the top of the cuff) sits just below my thumb knuckle or about 1 inch past my wrist bone. The cuff length starts at the same point and the end of the cuff rests on my finger knuckles. The thumb sleeve is not abrasive at all so if you have longer arms and are worried about the thumb sleeve cutting into your skin when extending your arms, don't stress - it's elastic and soft.
The hood is large but not stiff at all - whether your steezin out with your hood on or shielding your eyes from sideways rain/ snow, it's versatile for both. I do like that the hood connects below the collar as it comes in handy when I'm shielding my nose, mouth and chin but don't need cover my stylish hair (hahahahaa) - point being the Volcom Covey Full-Zip Hoodie protects your chinny chin chin with the high top collar and if needs be, your ears too with the hoodie. And yeah, that about sums it up now buy it before your gal pals do!

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5 5

They look AND work great!!! Fit true to size - daughter is 10, a little over 4' feet tall, 70 lbs, and is currently wears 2 and 3 sizes - got the 3 and although it's a touch to big, the lacing and heel mold help keep her foot in place + she'll be able to wear these next season (fingers crossed) and if not, these things are so durable that when I hand em down, they'll still be in great condition. My daughter is starting to develop her own sense of style and these are something she likes to wear. We both get compliments every time she wears them. The best part though is that between the Omni-Heat liner and the Waterproof exterior, they do what they're supposed to...keep her warm and dry in the wind, rain and snow so I'm worry-free when I send her on her way to school. I absolutely recommend the Columbia Minx Mid Omni-Heat Waterproof Boot - Girls!!!!!

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5 5

Bought these for my husband; He's 5' 11" and 190 lbs - 34 fit great in the waist. As far as the 32" inseam, they were just an inch longer than he liked - he's not a fan of floods or ankle-baggage but these were neither of those...just a little less than perfect for him. His favorite thing about the Nova Solver Denim Pants is the stretch/ elasticity that comes with sitting, bending, moving around. He said that he doesn't need to constantly adjust or pull them up or down like he normally does with his other traditional brand name denim. I got the dark rinse for him so he has something nice to wear to holiday events and activities - the "rinse indigo" fares so well for that! All in all, the man's comfortable and looks great!

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5 5

Okay so the Nuptse 2 jacket is of course very good looking on the rack and on your bod! The 700 down keeps you very toasty - perfect for 34 degrees and below (in my opinion) but I have to take it off after the outside temp gets any higher than 40 degrees.
I'm 5' 5" and 125 lbs and the small worked well, although it's a little shorter than I had expected in the back so if you bend over, it comes up above your waist line, while it rests at the waist line when sitting up straight. On that note, I recommend it for casual use vs. riding on the mountain or any physical activity that requires a lot of mid-body motion. You'll be pulling it down a lot if you plan to wear it skiing or snowboarding. It's puffy but not obnoxiously puffy and yeah, that about sums it up. It's really cute on and keeps me really warm - I definitely recommend the women's North Face Nuptse 2 Down Jacket!

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5 5

My 10 year old daughter is a little over 4' feet tall, weighs about 70 lbs (on the shorter and lighter side of your average female 10 year old) and we got the medium. It's the perfect size with a enough room to grow and use the next year.
More importantly, she loves the look and the fact that it's reversible - no more swindling or begging her to where her jacket on the way to school and no more worrying about her wearing during outside school activities - now I have to ask her to take it off hah! OH and she told me that the hand pockets are really warm and she likes that her hands can warm up quickly when playing outside.
The jacket is top notch for wind, rain and snow - I highly recommend The North Face Moondoggy Reversible Down Jacket for your grade-school divas! It's cute so they enjoy wearing it and for parents, it keeps us worry-free while they're playing in the gorgeous winter season!

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4 5

I ordered this "jacket" for myself; I was really excited at face value as it looked a little bit more like a thick sweater but The North Face Insulated Darella Hooded Jacket is definitely a jacket. It does fit true to size (ordered a small, I'm 5'5" and 125 lbs) but it's shorter than I had hoped - bottom hem rises above waist line when bending over and rests at the waist line when sitting up straight at a 90 degree angle.
I'm not super stoked on the look of it but it's going to keep me warm and a scarf will definitely steeze it up a little. Over all, I'm happy with it but just wished for a little less of the puffy-jacket look and feel to it. I recommend it for a casual functionality vs. riding or being active.

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5 5

Great packaging first of all - they came in a hard plastic (lol kind of coffin shaped) box. Came with an extra set of "silicone gel tips" which is always nice. Gel tips are cushy and comfy - a little movement during hi-intensity workouts due to perspiration and rigorous movement but nothing I haven't experienced with other brands or other Skullcandy ear bud accessories. It's compatible with and performs consistently with my android, my ipad, and my laptop. The sound is GREAT for most modes - really surprised at how well these put out sound without vibration on heavier bass. The mic works just fine for hands free - both talking to others and controlling music and calls. All in all, if you like in-the-ear, these have proven to be the best bang for your buck and then some. I tend to lose or break my audio accessories so I've purchased quite a few of these (hah!) but I don't get too upset given the price of the Smokin Buds 2 with Mic1. So yeah, low price, high quality, BEST VALUE!

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5 5

They are that awesome! The Bearpaw Emma Short Boots - women's are one of my favorite footwear - they are so damn cute, and even more comfortable, and do what they look like they'll do - keep my toes cozy and warm. They fit true to size (regularly a size 8 in casual foot wear and knee high boots, and size 8 fit great) both fresh out of the box and 20 uses later. The "short" edition height comes up on me (5' 5", 32" from heel to bottom of fly/ zipper) at just about the middle of my ankle bone and bottom of my knee cap.
They are NOT waterproof and that's okay; Bearpaw doesn't claim them to be...I'm just calling out for all of you who may be wondering. And if you're like me, than a little water-stain prevention on my suede footwear is important and I recommend that you add some Nikwax (http://www.backcountry.com/nikwax-fabric-and-leather-spray-twin-pack-125ml?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6d2VhdGhlciBwcm9vZiBzcHJheToxOjI6d2VhdGhlciBwcm9vZiBzcHJheQ&skid=NIK0073-ONECOL-ONESIZ) to the same order! Last thing here with Emma...they will last you a long, long time before you need to replace them with a new set. The tred is pretty durable, the suede doesn't fade out if protected from wet conditions and the lining remains full of life for quite some time (around a year of frequent use)!

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4 5

North Face did a good job with this jacket. It keeps my husband warm in cold or windy weather and looks good while he's workin hard or playin hard. It fits true to size throughout the arms and torso - he's 5'11 and weighs about 175 pounds ( lbs ) and the large was accurate. So why not 5 stars...1. I thought it was a 2-for-1 deal where it could be worn with the flannel on the outside and also worn reversed - maybe it is but it doesn't look good both ways...it looks and feels normal as it's described above (flannel lining on the inside). And 2. It's longer than average (between 1-2 inches), both vertically and in the arms. The man-friend says the added length makes it look a tad bit baggy which is not his thang - but hey maybe it's yours :)
We give one strong thumbs up for he North Face Fort Point Flannel Jacket and recommend it to YOU!

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5 5

My husband has a close cut and as we all know, your entire body feels cold when your head or feet get cold. He's the beer guy and the beer doesn't stop flowing during the winter...if anything, winter begs for more! The wicked north face beanie hit the nail right on the head (and yes, all pun intended). Stays put, keeps his noggin and ears warm & dry but doesn't irritate. It looks sharp and it's employer approved too. So I hooked him up with two more :) I totally recommend getting one for you too!

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5 5

He's 5'12" heavy set, lives in UT (where the weather is totally unpredictable all year long) and installs network for a living (so the guy is outside and is constantly moving his arms and body). I got him the 3XL in solid black and it fit perfect in the arms and around his torso and beer belly :). The bottom of the sleeves rest just passed his wrists, the bottom of the coat rests a couple inches below his waste - he loves the length because it doesn't rise above his belt when sitting or bending down. The logo is small enough that it still met his employer's dress code so he was happy about that. He put it to the test at work the week after and said he had no issues whatsoever with moving his arms in any direction. It's keeps him dry for upwards of an hour in a steady (more than a light sprinkle for sure) rainfall but has to put a raincoat on for roof work in heavy rain or snow. He gets a little warm when he's zipped up for a while in the spring and fall but nothing out of the norm. He LOVES the tuck in hood too..."comes in handy and tucks away when I don't need it." All in all, the mens North Face Resolve Jacket is now my dad's go-to jacket!

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