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Sunglasses will fit everyone different, but the Precept was the exact fit I was looking for. I have a bit of a narrower face with deep set eyes, and they fit perfectly.

The Polarchromic lenses seem to have improved compared to my older Smith Escapade Polarchromic lenses. They are much clearer in low light; really giving definition/contrast in shaded areas. Perfect for mountain biking and not having to take them off when you get into shaded parts of the trail.

I haven't had to use it on these yet, but I continue to support Smith because of the awesome customer service. They truly stand behind every product they make, and they do everything they can to make sure you are satisfied.

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If I'm not jamming my feet into plastic ski boots or climbing shoes that are 2-sizes too small, I am rocking flip flops 99% of the time. I just need to let my feet relax. Unfortunately, when I started working in the Distribution Center, I needed to wear closed toe and heel shoes.

Sanuks are the perfect alternative. Nice and light, and the foot bed molds to the shape of your foot just like flip flops. Love the all day comfort. I was concerned about foot funk with a canvas shoe because my old Vans Classic Slip-Ons used to wreak big time. I've been wearing these without socks 5-days a week, 10-hrs a day for the last month (a mega-hot July too), and the antimicrobial seems to be doing the trick. No death odors yet.

It's not noted in the description or seen in the pictures, but there is a small Velcro stash pocket on the interior side of both shoes. It's tiny, but big enough to fit a single key, a little bit of cash, or anything else you want to stash.

Based on other reviews, I ordered a half size down. This made the sole smaller and less clumsy. They were a little tight in the big toe the first couple weeks, but they've stretched out nicely and feel great now.

I do have to take away one star for price though. These are pretty simply made with some basic materials so the price is a bit high for what you get.

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I've already professed my love for the Arcade Standard belt. The Principle just makes things that much simpler with the smaller buckle. I like how thin it is so it lies flat and doesn't bunch up or pinch underneath a harness or pack waist-belt. The other thing I really like about it is it doesn't sag down onto your hip bones like normal belts do when you start to get all pantwetass sweaty. It stays right in place.

I work in the Backcountry.com Distribution Center, and besides delivering your gear blistering fast, it can get blistering hot in there during the summer. I walk miles everyday through that warehouse, up and down steps and ladders, and I use this belt everyday to keep my shorts from sagging.

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I bought this belt because I needed something to hold up my pimp FlyLow Stash pants. Plus Cody Townsend said it is awesome, and I'm easily swayed by the marketing of professional skiers (even though I can't believe he's a pro, I'm so much better than him).

Just like advertised, the belt moves and flexes with you but still keeps your pants cinched tight. I liked how comfortable it made my waist so much, I started using it on my mountain bike pants and shorts too. It didn't take long for common sense to take over, and I was using it for hiking, climbing, and everyday use. It is just so much more comfortable.

My only complaint is that the buckle is a little big so it is hard to get through some belt loops. And it can also dig in a bit when you're feeling a bit bloated from too many PBRs the night before. So...I ended up buying the Arcade Principle. Now this stays on the Stash pants where it was originally intended, and the Principle is my everyday belt.

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