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I picked up the Windridge shirt for warm weather hiking and working out. So far no complaints. The fit is athletic, I?m 6?2, 230lbs and it is a little snug but what I wanted in this shirt. No issues with snags from the wash or the brush. Another key feature which is not specified is this shirt does not hold the funk. If you have owned several tech shirts you know what I am talking about.

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My inner hippie really loves these pants for their 100% recycled construction. The fit is pretty good, except I returned the large for an extra-large. The large was a little tight in the waist and crotch, but nearly perfect in the length. I’m 6’2, 230 and typically go with a large in ski/snowboard pants. Lots of pockets. My only grip would be the pants do not breath as well as I wanted.

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I picked these up as my casual day to day shoes. Nothing fancy, just a simple skate shoe that doesn’t glow in the dark or have eye blinding color. The color and look is accurate to the pic online and it is true to size too.

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I picked up the Prodigy to reply my aging Phonemes. I was a huge Phoneme fan, but I have to say the Prodigy is my new favorite. I wear them with the Holt helmet and the overall fit between the Phoneme and Prodigy is about the same. The difference really comes from the pressure on my nose. I have a big dome and a big nose so nearly every pair of goggles I’ve owned puts pressure on my nose. I can still feel the pressure with the Prodigy, but it is much less than anything else I’ve worn. The range of view is a little broader with the Prodigy, but not significantly. Overall a great goggle for those of us who have a less then petite face.

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