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2 5

So I ordered the silver flannel. From the pictures it looks silver and black, but it's actually a grey with blue and lime green stitching.

Sizing is good and accurate. I got a large 5'11 175lb.

The outside is cotton, but pretty rough to the touch.

It's super heavy duty and thick. It doesn't flatten out if you try to pack it in a bag.

The hood comes off which is nice.

The sherpa lining sucks. It's 100% polyester and feels like house insulation. It's rough and after 10 minutes of wearing it made me feel like I had fiberglass in my skin for about 3 hours afterwards. No shit. I tried to wear it a few times to see if it would soften up/ shed but I can only stand it for about 10 minutes before it comes off. Still no change in how it feels since the day I got it.

If the sherpa lining was wool or soft cotton it'd be a good tough outdoor flannel but since I can't even stand it, I gotta send it back.


2 5

Just got this off WM, and its a dud. This is not a jacket like the description says. Thinner than a cotton t-shirt and is sized kinda on the small size. There's no lining, no insulation. It's also not flannel. It's just bamboo with a printed on plaid pattern. I was expecting a jacket to keep me warm, this things a long sleeve shirt.

I got a large and it just fit with nothing underneath. I don't know how you could layer anything with this. I like the eco friendly stuff but I'm still gonna get my money back on this one.


4 5

I normally ride everywhere but the park, but I decided to get a park set up this year. I'm used to riding SL9's which are super light and ridiculously stiff. These boots were real easy to break in, light enough, comfy, and warm.

The only problem I have with these boots is the speed zone lacing. They work great and hold tight all day long, but there's only 1 pull handle and the pocket to tuck the laces in is out of the way. You pull the handle of the speed zone laces tight on the right side of your boot and you tuck in everything in a pocket on the left side of the boot. So, there's a bunch of lacing that crosses your shin that you have to do something with. I tucked mine in between the liner and shell.

Comparably, the SL9's have a have 2 handles on each side of your leg. 1 for each section of the boot. There's also 2 pockets where you can stash all the extra lacing and handle, so there's no way any of the laces can come loose, or rub up against you.

Other than the lacing going across your leg, these boots are comfy, warm, hold your feet well, and are a steal on Dogfunk!