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Light as air material- not very brushed on the inside though (would be nice if it was softer against skin). Very slim fitting, but not skin tight like true tights. Definitely for slim, athletic build gals. Flat, simple waist is nice. I'm a size 4 in North Face pants, and the S is good for me.
Softest fleece material ever! Generously sized and long in length. I'm normally a Small in most brands, and this S is very roomy and comfortable. Would get a XS for a slimmer fit to fit under a jacket.
It was much thinner fabric and slim fitting than I was expecting.....more like a base layer than a cardigan that goes on top of something else. And, if wearing it as a base layer, I don't really want a full length zipper next to my skin. Quite long in length, which is nice. Size up if you want to wear this over another layer.
My first Patagonia down sweater is circa 2011 for comparison..... this year's version is an inch or two longer, which was needed and is awesome. Same great loft, warmth..... the fit/sizing is different though. My old down sweater is a XS and fits perfectly- like a slim fitting sweater. Now, the current XS fits good, but is too tight across the back shoulder width (like when crossing my arms). So, I had to get a size S, which is a roomier version, which means I could put another layer underneath. So, I feel like I now own 2 different versions of the down sweater for different needs. Just FYI.
These shorts are awesome! Super lightweight, no random zippered pockets or unneeded features. Plenty of room for my favorite cham underneath. I love the 13 inch long inseam- perfect coverage for all-mountain, downhill, and cross country riding. Comfortable low rise in the front, too. I'm 5'7", and a size 4 pants/shorts, and a size 26 in these Dakine shorts. (Size 24 fit great, but too tight when actually riding a bike).