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I was pretty stoked about these shoes. They looked quite well made, and for some reason I assumed they would be hyper durable. They are super comfortable as I had guessed due to the Swedish massage tech in the foot bed, and dont give too much support which I like as somewhat of bare-foot enthusiast. The downside is that they are not so durable, the stitching along the right side of the left shoe started to rip out. This is a bummer because other than this issue, I would give them an excellent rating for the price. I still havent decided if I'm going to return them, because I really do like them, and I really just want a pair that isn't ripping.
As far as the nitty gritty is concerned I wear a size 12 in most shoes as is true for these. I have slightly wider feet than average and after a few days these broke in to fit nicely.
Anyone have any feedback as to the comfort and quality if these shoes? Also what kind of arch support provided? I tend to avoid arch support as much as possible (wear vibrams and such) Thanks in advance!
I have to agree with Jeff, I bought these, and they sound only a little better than $30 skull candies, and sadly, skull candy is the better deal by far, because they have a life time return policy, whereas beats have none (other than BC's Superb one :)). This may be more advice than you want, but I just went through 10 days of intensive research to find a headphone that did what I wanted the beats to do. Unfortunately, I was, in the end unable to find a pair of over ear headphones that backcountry carries that was up to the standards that I was looking for. I got Audio Technica ATH M50s and couldnt be happier. They are a bit more bulky, but thats because they are professional monitoring headphones, however, with the bulk comes amazing sound, lows, mids and highs. The best part though is that they're only 140 bucks :)
These are pretty sweet! I think they sound as good as the Bose on ear headphones. Nice deep base, and pretty good with other types of music as well, classical, alt rock etc. They are relatively comfortable, but after 3 hours they start to make my ears sore. The quality on these seem to be good as well, no problem with the head band so far. Best part, awesome return policy which you cant get anywhere else... never again will I buy Bose.
Alright, so after about 2 months of mild use, the right headphone has developed an incredibly annoying rattling noise, both from walking or moving around, as well as from when there is more significant base in a song. I have taken very good care of them, always stored in the padded case, never wrapping the headphone cord around them etc. I really liked the sound quality prior to this, and I am very disappointed to have to send them back.
Can anyone tell me the difference between these and the "Beats by Dre Beats Solo ControlTalk Headphones" on here for $116, they look the same, but I'm curious why they are so much cheaper? last years model perhaps?
Thanks in advance!
These are my go to favorite casual shirt. Very impressed with the quality and comfort for a Billabong product. As far as fit, these are awesome, I'm one of those in between large and medium people, Large in height, Medium in waist, which these seem to cater to, Im around 5'11" with a longish torso, I weigh around 165-170, athletically built. These fit athletically, but not, "giant body builder in a small shirt" tight. To those wondering about the depth of the V and whether they can pull it off, this shirt has a very shallow V, just enough to make it extra comfortable.
I was really excited for this one, I've been wanting another merino piece for a long time, I love all my current ones, however this one lacks an essential quality, which is a waistline that stays at your waist. its super comfy and warm and never gets stinky and all the other great merino qualities, but its too short in the torso, and has vertually no elasticity to keep it in place... still havent decided if ill be able to make it work, I wanna give it a fair shot, but it might be going back.
5'11" 165lbs athletic, long torso.
Edit: So after giving this guy a fair shot, I ended up deciding to send it back, I just need my shirts/hoodies to go past my waist. Nothing wrong with the material, or construction, just a funky fit, by all means this would be awesome if you have a short torso.
By no means a technical hoody, but non the less, pretty great. Very Very comfortable, the 50/50 organic cotton and viscose combo is fantastic. it comes out of the package softer than any sweatshirt I've ever worn. fit is quite a bit baggier than I expected for a medium, Im about 5'11" 165-170 relatively athletic, long torso, It could be slightly more athletic of a fit, but then again, this is a hoody for hanging out in and drinking beers, not for shredding the slopes, however its pretty warm, so if you like it steazy, you could throw it under a baggy coat on a mild day. Nothing wrong with it, just not my thing to have my sweatshirt hanging so loose.
Edit: After just a few weeks of very, very casual wear, this sweatshirt felt like it became a full size larger, very baggy for a medium, still way soft and cozy, but not so good for wearing anywhere but in the house. I didnt need a lounging around the house sweatshirt, I needed a walking to class and hanging out with friends hoody. Sadly this one is on its way back to BC.