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5 5

I had a recover wood case on my iPhone 5, and did not hesitate to order one the day I got my iPhone 6. I love them because they are fairly slim, but offer just enough protection to save your skin a lot of the time. There's enough of a lip on the front to keep your screen from rubbing on whatever surface you leave it on, rubber on all 4 corners to shield them from impact, and the wood on the back is soft enough to absorb a lot of impacts and protect the rear of your phone. With my last one I subjected it to a few very rough mountain bike crashes while in my shorts pocket. Direct hits to rocks left the wood case with some pretty serious dents/divots, but the phone was completely unscathed. Wasn't too excited to blemish the beautiful wood finish... but well worth it to save the phone.

Not only am I confident my phone is safe enough in this case, but it also gives your phone a very cool unique look with the plethora of different options Recover offers. I got this particular "mulitwood" one this time, but I've seen a lot of them in person and they are all pretty sweet.

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5 5

These things have been around forever for a reason. Generous fit for maximum comfort and thick winter socks. Quality materials and construction to keep you warm and dry. Not much else to ask for to stomp around in some snow.

Fit is definitely big. I'm a size 10.5-11 shoe, I got the size 10.0 Caribous and still have plenty of room for the thickest of socks. I could probably rock a 9.5, but I'd rather have them a little loose to keep the circulation in my feet for even more warmth.

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5 5

I bought the regular Outhaul shoe a few weeks ago, and loved them so much I had to add this premium leather version to my collection as well. They are both super comfortable and very good looking. The leather/suede combo on the premium takes it up a notch to pass for more formal occasions. For example, I wore them yesterday to the girlfriend's family Thanksgiving dinner. Overall definitely still just a casual shoe. The funky textured foam liner Reef uses is weird at first, but VERY comfortable.

Can't really comment on longevity yet... material and finish quality looks good out of the box though.

Sizing is very true to size.

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5 5

I don't like running at all to be honest, and I REALLY don't like running when it's cold out. However, I would rather run that not get any exercise during the week so I try my best to get out there after work. I finally decided it might help my motivation in the fall/winter if I actually had a nice pair of running tights... and it has definitely been working. These tights are super comfortable and provide a nice comfortable amount of support, and the perfect amount of warmth. They are just warm enough that I don't turn right around and run back inside, yet once things get going and I get warmed up I don't overheat.

Whether you're like me and need a tight to take your off-season training motivation up a notch, or you love running and want something that will enhance your running experience, I'm confident you will benefit from these tights. If not the Pro, I'm sure there is something in the CW-X lineup that will give you what you need! They seem to have something for pretty much every runner/condition possible.

Fit is pretty true to their size chart... I'm 6', 190 lbs, 32" inseam and the larges are perfect.

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5 5

If you haven't tried these pants, you really should. They're a great mix of comfort and style, and just formal enough to be worn for most occasions. They have a really nice slim cut that looks very good, but is not overly aggressive so most "average" to slim guys will be able to pull it off. Super thick legs may want to look to the 504 style... but I'd say I have moderately hefty legs and I still love these. I got my first pair two weeks ago, and just came back to order a second pair.

I'm 6' 190lbs and a consistent 34x32. The 34x32 fits me perfectly, like a glove. They're definitely fairly tight, when first putting them on I thought they were too tight and almost returned them. After settling in a bit though, they are great. Best fit I've got from a pant without going to a tailor.

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5 5

I've owned this rack for a year now and love it. Everything functions as it should... nothing too ground breaking. They hold your skis and boards securely, lock easily... what you'd expect functionally. Call me shallow, but what I love about this particular rack is that they took the extra step of painting (powder coating maybe?) it black. Most roof racks are just that boring raw aluminum finish. That's fine, but all else equal I think having the black racks looks a lot better on most cars. Functional, reliable, good looking... if you need a ski rack to put on top of your car, look no further.

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5 5

I've had these shoes for a week now and am loving them. They're super clean and simple looking, but have some little touches to make them unique and cool. They're very light weight and reef's foam insole is super nice, which makes for a very comfy shoe to wear around all day. It seams like most shoes I like these days are closer to $100, so I was also very pleasantly surprised with the price on these.

All around winner, so if you like the styling I definitely recommend picking these up. Fit is very true to size, I'm between a 10.5 and 11.0 depending on the shoe/brand. I went with 11.0 for these looking for a more relaxed fit to allow thicker shocks for the winter, and that's exactly what I got.

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5 5

This is what you would expect from a Filson Flannel. Sure it's not the softest coziest thing out there... but it's a nice heavy quality flannel. The quality of the material and construction definitely help justify the relatively high price tag. I got one looking for a "classic" flannel to add to my closet, and it is perfect. Definitely on the heavier side, which is great for colder days. It's not crazy thick, but more substantial than cheaper flannels for sure.

It is definitely cut for a husky lumberjack. I'm 6' 190lbs and the Large has some room to spare. However, I wouldn't dare go down to a medium because I'm sure the sleeves would be much too short. If you're looking for that tailored/slim cut look then you may want to look elsewhere (or take it to a seamstress).

Overall, I would absolutely recommend checking this out. The styling is classic and timeless, but just unique enough to be interesting.

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5 5

This jacket is a lot more of a jacket than I pictured. Looking online I expected a basic light cotton button down shirt, with the addition of a hood. Instead, it's actually a fairly heavy tech material with a nice liner inside as well. While this is not what I expected, it was a pleasant surprise and makes this thing a great value for the price. It's definitely still not much warmer than a normal shirt/flannel, but it has just enough weather resistance to use it as an outer layer in conditions where a flannel might not cut it. It would also make a great outer layer to ski/snowboard in on the warm sunny days.

Fit is true to size and as the tech specs state, fairly generous. I'm 6' 190lbs and I got the XL to have some extra room for layers underneath.

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The waterproof housing is easily one of the greatest parts of owning a gopro, since it pretty much makes your camera indestructible (NOT actually, so use at your own risk it's still perfectly destructible in the right hands). So if your housing is compromised for any reason, it is well worth ponying up the $50 to get back in business.

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5 5

These shoes look super nice and skate great. Nice simple design which I think makes them look good and skate well. Super comfy, right amount of flex in the sole. And I like the nice high heel that adidas skate shoes have which really helps provide a secure feel even if you're laces aren't super tight. Like the looks of them? Get some! You'll be pumped.

Fit is very true to size. Maybe a TINY bit on the long side. I'm between a 10.5 and 11 depending on the shoe and a 10.5 fits perfect, but it's not extreme enough that I'd say they run big. If you're always a certain size I'd stick with that size for sure.

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5 5

I love these pants. Sure they might be great for climbing, but I'm more interested in them as my all around go-to pant. The material is on the heavy side, but super comfy and doesn't overheat you too badly. It's August and I'm still wearing mine right now... They look great, and depending on the color they can be pulled off in a variety of looks ranging from grimy climber to pretty clean cut. The cut is definitely slim, in a good way. Plenty of room everywhere to be comfortable, but slim where they should be to look sharp. And lastly, the elastic waistband/built in belt combo makes getting dressed in the morning a mindless endeavor, which is just how I like it. Tempted to hit that buffet for lunch with the boys? This waistband has some room to party.

If you haven't tried these pants yet, DO IT! You'll be pumped. I'm also a huge fan of the Levi's commuter line of pants, for reference on what I like. If you're familiar with the 504, these fit similar but with a slimmer taper at the bottom. Fit is true to size.

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5 5

These are definitely slim as people are saying, although if you are shopping for a slim cut pant specifically I think you'll really like them. I'm not a super skinny legged guy I have some fairly meaty quads that can be problematic with the ultra-skinny pants floating around these days, but I can rock the Kravitz in my usual size and they are perfect. SNUG, but not skin tight. And the bit of stretch makes it comfortable.

And the overall material, design, quality, yadda yadda is great. They feel like they'll be plenty durable, and they have a nice simple look.

Don't be like all the other guys walking around in jeans and chinos, mix it up big time with some fresh cords!

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5 5

One of the greatest innovations in board shorts is the infusion of spandex, and these bad boys have a relatively high 8% spandex content. That mean's an even more liberating than usual feeling out in the water, for great comfort and also performance for applications such as surfing and air chair-ing. Get some, they're true to size.

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5 5

These are great boardshorts. Lots of spandex to make them ultra stretchy/comfy, and fit is true to size so they aren't a nightmare to buy online. I'm not a plaid guy so I went with the camo, but if you're a plaid guy you're probably pretty excited about the selection you're lookin at right now.

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5 5

It really is hard to go wrong with these. Pretty neutral/timeless style, very average fit, great quality lenses... these would work for a whole lot of different people and applications. One particularly nice touch that sets them apart is the great grippy rubber Smith puts on the ends of the temples and on the bridge of the nose. This makes them stay put quite well for those who like to get a bit rowdy in their casual sunglasses.

Whether you want one pair of sunglasses you can use for everything all summer or just want to add another sweet pair to your questionably large collection I would definitely recommend the Lowdown.

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5 5

I love hybrid shorts, not for swimming so much but just for wearing around town when it's hot. They're super comfy and light. The annoying thing is that most have a button fly and therefore require a belt... nothing says "I'm not on vacation" like putting on a belt every morning.

Luckily Volcom snuck these through the cracks, a hybrid short with fully functional pockets and a drawstring closure! They're also a nice short in general, great fit and nice slightly stretchy material.

Fit is true to size, I'm a 34 in pretty much any short or board short and these fit perfect in 34.

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