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October 12, 2009
I just received this the other day, tore it out of the packaging, stripped down and threw it on. Upon first notice, I found it to be a bit long in the legs. I know my upper torso didn't shrink over night. I suppose some stats would help: I'm 5'9" and 150 lbs with an athletic build. To play it safe, I ordered the medium (per recommendation from a Dog Funk sales associate), which for my tastes proved to be too baggy for me. I appreciate things that are a bit more slender fitting. Also this thing is more or less marketed as being an item that will be worn under snowboard clothing. While that's all fine and dandy, it should fit well so that gobs of fabric isn't bunching up at the top of your snowboard boots.
On the plus side of things, the hood isn't awkwardly huge. The thickness of the material in my opinion falls near a mid weight. It is easy to get in and out of. The butt flap works well. There is a front zipper to pull your junk out when needed. There is a waist draw string that works well.One thing that it is lacking is a pocket or two. The pockets don't have to be big...but something large enough to hold my iPhone and a debit card. Maybe even a small slit on the inside of the imaginative pocket so that I could run some headphones through it to keep the cord on the inside of the jumper. That would be killer. I will do those modifications myself. Aside from wearing this under snowboard clothing it could very easily be worn out for a night on the town. If you don't want to get pointed at, it would be fine for wearing to the grocery store, lounging around the house, hanging with your girlfriend or just about any other lazy informal event that requires being cozy.
*5'9" 150lbs athletic build
*Ordered size medium
*Medium was too big for my tastes
*Ordered size small
*Waiting for size small to arrive...(I will update review with potential of adding another star)
*Fabric falls around a mid weight
*Front zipper works well
*Rear butt flap works well
*Hood isn't retardedly too big
*Draw string on waste actually has a function and works well
*Thumb holes are cozy
*Needs a small pocket or two for cell phone and cash
*Interested to see if the front zipper that allows you access in and out of the jumper blows out
*Easy to get in and out of
*JLA Blocks FTW
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My boyfriend is 6'4" 200lbs. He likes his outerwear really baggy...what size should I get him.
November 10, 2009
Since this is a baselayer piece (not an outerwear piece), you don't want it baggy. I would go with the XL.
November 10, 2009