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3 5

Got this for $25 from Whiskey Militia so I can't complain. Insulation is ok, but can't really do it's job given this jacket's features. Here's why:

1) Wrist cuffs are elastic, not gaters and not adjustable. I have small wrists and the cuffs themselves are big and the elastic (at least on mine) seems to gape, allowing the cold and snow inside of my jacket, not good.

2) No powder skirt (of course, none was advertised), and the waist on this thing is huge. Drafts and snow get up inside.

3) The hood itself doesn't allow for closing it tight around your face, more elements getting in.

The overall problem here (besides lack of features) is that the jacket is too damn big. The medium fits like I should be layered to shit underneath it, but why would you layer to shit when the jacket is insulated?!!

Lack of heavy water proofing and core venting are also detriments, but aren't advertised so I don't count off for them.

Why three stars then? Size down (maybe even two sizes) and it will serve it's purpose as long as It isn't too wet out.

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3 5

Got these for $19 on Whiskey Militia. I thought they'd be a lot warmer than they are. These are really thin, lightweight sweatpants. Also, they are very long, short people (like me) will need to hem them. Run very big, I got a medium because smalls were sold out and, even with the drawstring, I don't think I can rock them. Extremely baggy. Size down!

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4 5

Got the all white Avenger for $30 on Whiskey Militia. It looks great, obviously modeled after Jordan IVs. More than that, this is a very comfortable shoe, with decent board feel and a real skateability. These shoes are nice to wear doing just about anything. Why not five stars? Compared to my Skytops, they aren't quite as comfy as they could be.

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2 5

My girlfriend bought these for me because she knew I liked Analog denim and because they were on sale. I wish she hadn't. While I like other jeans by Analog (especially the Arto), I can't stand these. Why? First, they're REALLY scratchy. Most Analog denim is soft, not the Dylan's. My legs feel chafed from wearing these. Second, the web site says there's spandex in 'em. No spandex in the charcoal wax. Because there's no spandex, they don't have any flex. This is fine if you just want to sit around in them all day. If you actually want movement, you won't find it here. Finally, Analog thought that it would be sick if the pants looked creased diagonally on the thighs. In order to achieve this look, they actually stitched creases into the pants. This isn't sick, it's stupid. Ugh, I hate these pants. Buy some other analog model. I can't believe Rieder actually skates in these things!

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5 5

A very nice sweatshirt. I got this on Whiskey Militia for $20 and it is one of the nicest shirts I own. The inside is very soft, almost sherpa, which also serves to make it a warm shirt. This shirt is well-made and sturdy. Looks nice too. Keep in mind, however, it runs small. My medium fits more like a small and, oddly enough, it crops up really short. Considering I'm only 5'2", I can't imagine how high this shirt would fit on someone tall.

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4 5

Nice glove. I copped the plum/black colorway on Whiskey for $20 and they just came today. The removable liner is great because I was looking for something that would allow a freer hand movement. The shell is pretty stationary, fine if you're skiing, not necessarily for anything else. Liner has grippers for using it on its own. I have small hands, but, with the liner inside of the shell, the smalls I got are very tight. I would've sized up if I were to buy another pair and wanted to use both parts together - as it stands now I only use one part or the other, so the small is fine. Nice and sick looking.

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4 5

I own a lot of Supras, but I'd never tried the Dixon until today. Got the black suede / blue colorway from Whiskey for $20 and couldn't pass it up. First impression was that they'd be my first ever disappointment in Supra. Let's face it, these are boring looking. Thing is, I can't be wearing vibrant Supras every day so the more sedate colorway is actually a good thing. There is less cushion in these than some other supras, but they are still very comfortable to walk in. As Rus3151740 said in the previous review they are tighter in the middle, but they do stretch. Runs half a size larger than some other brands - pretty run of the mill for Supra sizing. Overall, a nice solid low top for occasions when a brightly colored shoe may not be appropriate.

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5 5

Got this in burgundy and gray. Nice understated class. The Kr3w is raised off of the hat itself. Great fit since it's a flexfit. Got compliments first time I wore it.

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5 5

I've got about 50 pairs of Supras in all different styles, but my Vaiders are my favorite. Probably the best Supra shoe for actually skating in, they are also top notch steeze. Check out "the Franchise" colorway made with Kr3w denim and you'll be the shit like me.

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5 5

My latest style of Analog denims to try and I like them almost as much as the Eyhart. These are a looser "straight" fit, so get a size down from what you'd get in a skinny jean. Lots of extra pockets and some nice colors to choose from. I put an army green belt with mine and they're the sickest.

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3 5

Would only wear these for a slipper. Ended up giving them away because they fell off my feet to easily to skate in and the sole didn't have enough give to be my go to slipper.

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4 5

Got these for $3 on Whiskey, so I knew it was a good deal, especially since I love Analog denim. Where the other Analog jeans I've owned (Eyhart, Remer, and Arto) have all been fairly heavy jeans, the Stefan's are extremely lightweight. Also, while all haves stretch, it seems like these are stretchier than most, especially considering they're supposed to only be .5% spandex. Haven't given 'em much wear yet since it's winter and I want to wear something heavier, but, come summer, these will likely be my go to jeans.

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4 5

The 205 Vulc is the best model shoe that C1rca offers as far as comfort/durability goes. I've owned several of this style. They have a velcro strap across the top, but, if that isn't your thing, it comes off. These are skate shoes that are actually made to skate in, plus they hold up really well for other activities too. I walk 40 minutes a day and do 500 stairs a day with 20 pounds of weights strapped to each ankle just above these shoes and they hold up to all of this better than any shoe I've tried. Recommended.

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5 5

Got this for $13 from Whiskey and couldn't possibly love it more. It is very warm and very soft. The logo seems to be set higher on the chest than most other hoodies, but that's fine with me. Logo hasn't cracked or peeled despite the fact that I practically live in this shirt. Kangaroo pocket is secure and wide enough that nothing will fall out. Runs pretty big so if you don't want that, size down.

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3 5

Only gets three stars because of Skullcandy's warranty policy. Got these in purple/red from Whiskey for $5. The "red" is actually way closer to hot pink which was fine with me but probably not with anyone. I never used these for a phone, just as headphones and they did fine. Problem is that, after only two weeks or so of using the wires got messed up near the jack. Not it turns off my ipod, skips ahead to the next song, or begins blasting while it's off without any warning. All I have to do is move and it changes. Pisses me off since they're so new. That said, the sound is great and the buds fit my ears perfectly. Now they go back to Skullcandy and I wait for my replacements.

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4 5

Got this in optic. Seems like it runs on the big side, so I would recommend sizing down for a true fit. Nice and soft, a little bit thin, like worn cotton. Graphic looks nice. Only thing is that it's a little see through and I don't necessarily like that.

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