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Kenna Pant
Kenna Pant Posted: 6/27/15
Reviewer: Claudia Bryant from New York City
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These pants are extremely comfortable and the cut is very flattering. The inseam may be a little shorter than 32 and they fit a little large: I bought two pairs in "Luna": one size 4 for anytime and one size 2 for work (yes, they look good enough for work!). Perfect.

Adventus Comp Polo S/S
Adventus Comp Polo S/S Posted: 6/27/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:1 stars! Comfort: Rated:1 stars! Style: Rated:1 stars!

They sent the wrong shirt. Looked the same but not the same materials and cheaper. Very unhappy about this and watch out for this may be a scam.

Caliber Hoody
Caliber Hoody Posted: 6/21/15
Reviewer: Peg from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I'm amazed how waterproof it is. Probably better to get a rain jacket but I didn't feel wet and it dried off quickly once inside. Long in the sleeves but I'm under 5'4" but I had no trouble rolling the cuff and it stays.

Bora Mid GTX®
Bora Mid GTX® Posted: 6/21/15
Reviewer: from Utah
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

These boots are so different. I was really excited to try these boots because Arcteryx is a great brand, the boots were very lightweight, and I was intrigued by the modular concept with the inserts. My intent was to use them for backpacking and hunting with up to a 70lb pack for 3-5 days. I was also interested in using them as day hikers between 8-25 miles over rough terrain. When I pulled them out of the box my first reaction was that they looked very cool and very "Arcteryxy" and I said a silent prayer that they would fit well because they were so light compared to other stuff I was trying on (Scarpa Kinesis & SL Activ & Lowa Tibet GTX). I slid my foot my foot into the neoprene-like bootie and my sock got a little bunched up and it felt a little tight and awkward going through the cuff -- I had a flash forward moment to stepping out of my tent on a cold morning and trying to get into these boots and having a hard time because they were sort of frozen (like boots tend to get in the mountains when left in the vestibule of the tent). Anyway, I tried putting the boots on and off a few times and I got better at it each time. After 3-4 times of simply putting them on, they felt really good. Still, it was weird to have to practice putting them on a few times. Next I laced them up -- just like I do my Hanwag Alaska GTX boots I'm replacing. What I found is that these boots require quite a bit more thought when lacing because the laminate material doesn't really give or stretch. This means it is easy to get a tight spot on one where one of the laces criss cross. Again, with some practice and different lacing techniques I was able to get it so they felt pretty good. Between lacing sessions i walked them up and down a flight of stairs. I found them to have some weird laminate bending-folding thing going on near the joint of where my big toe joins my foot. This made me nervous. I'd heard you could remove the bootie liner, but I couldn't do it. It sure felt glued in there to me. i was also a little nervous about the amount of dirt and crud that might get between the bootie and the exterior shell. The best feature of the boot is the foot bed. It produced the best feel I've ever had on a boot -- by a long shot. It literally cradled my foot and I could envision myself going miles and miles in it. Interestingly I found it very stable as far as side-to-side and torsional analysis, but not very stiff from the ball of the foot forward. It was like it had a 3/4 rand and it needed a full rand or a full rand with a bit of flex around the toe. I actually thought a different flex would have solved the kinking sensation with the laminate so many others have described. I think these would be good for backpacking with less than 30 lbs, but I wouldn't trust them to more than that right now. I would trust them for side hilling off trail -- I think they would provide a good "bite." The rubber on the soles seemed superior in terms of grip and comfort. I did wonder how long it would last. In the end, I'm sending these back. I think Arcteryx is going to get these figured out. These boots have a lot of promise.

Phase AR Headband
Phase AR Headband Posted: 6/18/15
Reviewer: from San Diego
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

I have been wanting a headband for colder weather hiking, and I finally purchased this one. Other reviewers mentioned that it was tight. I liked that it felt snug on my head. It did shift throughout the day, slowly sliding back off of my ears, but nothing that would deter me from wearing it again. I wore it for an entire weekend camping and hiking in the mountains. My only complaint (besides the shifting/sliding) was the fact that it was rather tight on my ear cartilage after wearing all day long. All in all I really like this headband and am happy that I finally have something to keep my ears warm when I am outside in colder weather (and the bonus of keeping my hair back too!).

Contenta Dress
Contenta Dress Posted: 6/15/15
Reviewer: Sarah Keisling from Phoenix, AZ
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I loved this dress. It is a nice lightweight fabric. It is really comfortable and flattering. I am 5'4", 125 pounds. The small fit perfectly!

Acrux FL
Acrux FL Posted: 6/13/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These are incredibly comfortable and provide amazing grip ascending and descending on every surface I've tried, including rock, wet and dry dirt trails and gravel. Due to their all-synthetic materials I was concerned they might get hot, but that hasn't been an issue. The construction allows your feet to breathe and stay cool. In short these are far superior to every other hiking shoes I've owned.

Phase SL Crew L/S
Phase SL Crew L/S Posted: 6/9/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I'm tall, thin, and have a hard time finding shirts that fit well -- with long enough sleeves, yet not too large around the torso. Arc'teryx micro-fiber shirts fit me very well. I also love the fabric and the fact in comes in different weights. Holds its shape and length well after repeated washings. Excellent product.

C'esta Pant
C'esta Pant Posted: 6/4/15
Reviewer: Julie Guenther from Fenton, MI
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I absolutely love these pants. They are the perfect easy, breezy summer pants that can either be dressed up or played down. Now my big issue is whether I make room in the budget for a second pair - I am seriously tempted!

Kenna Pant
Kenna Pant Posted: 6/3/15
Reviewer: from Colorado
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

The perfect travel and hiking pants are found at last! I like thigh pockets for cell phone, passport, etc. and this brilliantly designed: the angle of the zippers on the two pockets means that when you sit, the zipper opens towards you, allowing access when sitting. The pocket is also big enough for a passport and most cell phones - maybe even the largest iPhones. Since I do not have one, I cannot be sure since the pocket is angled, but it is worth trying! I have searched long and hard for pants like these! They run big. I usually wear 4 in Patagonia and Kuhl, but the 2 was perfect in these.

A2B Chino Crop
A2B Chino Crop Posted: 6/3/15
Reviewer: Lai Look from Seattle, WA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

Well made and great color (Biome). Fabric is awesome. Fits true to size 2 (26" waist, 35" hips, 5'4"). I am returning because it wasn't flattering on me...it is generous through the hips so you can cycle in the pants but it made me look frumpy. I would buy this if it was available in a more slimming cut so I could wear these casually.

C'esta Pant
C'esta Pant Posted: 6/2/15
Reviewer: MRitland from Libertyville, IL
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

These pants are a great replacement for shorts when you don't feel like wearing shorts. The linen / cotton combo makes them extremely lightweight and comfy.

Maka 2
Maka 2 Posted: 5/28/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I was planning a trip to Vegas with my daughter in-law and I wanted a small purse verses my everyday one. I found this 'fanny pack' and it worked out perfectly. It's roomier than fanny packs of old. The smaller front pocket has a strap/clip to secure my keys. Zippers slide easily which is great since I was constantly pulling out money to feed the hungry slot machines! I loved being hands free. I've even use it when going to the supermarket. Good buy.

Acrux FL GTX®
Acrux FL GTX® Posted: 5/27/15
Reviewer: Jim Dorsey from
Overall: Rated:4 stars! Comfort: Rated:4 stars! Style: Rated:4 stars!

This is a preliminary evaluation of a new product. First off, Zappos review is really only about style. Arc'teryx website provides much better analysis of the shoe. My initial order was for a size 11 which is my shoe size. It was too big in the forefoot even wearing hiking socks. I did a quick exchange for 10.5 and bingo it fits well. These are beautifully constructed hiking shoes with good protection in the toes as well as the heel. I especially like the shape of the heel and it wraps the rear of the foot. Comfort is good. Materials used in the shoe should wear well. Finally, sole is Vibram megagrip good for slippery conditions.

Conveyor Belt
Conveyor Belt Posted: 5/23/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

This nylon web belt is a bit more expensive than other web belts, but I think it is worth it for the following reasons: (1) The buckle design ensures that the belt won't slip at all (2) The non-buckle end is clamped with a sturdy plastic piece, so the owner doesn't have to worry about re-melting fraying ends. Out of the package, the belt is pretty stiff. After a week or two of use it works great!

Stradium Pant
Stradium Pant Posted: 5/12/15
Reviewer: from
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

This really needs to be added to the keywords. These pants offer UPF 50 protection, making their high cost way more worth it. From the manufacturer's site: Socora™ polyester taffeta has two-way mechanical stretch for freedom of movement. Lightweight, air permeable and packable, it has a UPF 50+ sun protection rating and a DWR treatment to ward off light precipitation.

Acrux2 FL GTX®
Acrux2 FL GTX® Posted: 5/5/15
Reviewer: Wasquatch from Wasatch mountains, Utah, USA
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

An excellent first shot at a hiking shoe from a great brand. I have used these for the last month in the outdoors doing various hiking and packing in the Utah mountains. They have excellent support, but a bit on the stiff side. No hot spots. The inner sock system creates a bit of a sweating issue with excellent smart wool socks, it's as if they don't ventilate well with the Gore-Tex surround. The inner sock system seems to slide around a little unless you really batten them down. They are waterproof as I had crossed a few rivers, but again they weren't very good to release foot sweat. Honestly, I thought for the money and the pre-hype they would better. Personally I would wait for version 2.0.

Conveyor Belt
Conveyor Belt Posted: 5/4/15
Reviewer: Michael from Maumelle Arkansas
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

I really like this belt because it cinches down well and does not slip. The buckle does not stick out too far, catching onto things. It is a little more difficult to get the hard plastic piece started, but that is really a minor issue. I bought a size medium and I have a 34" waist. The belt is plenty long enough for me.

Libere Comp L/S
Libere Comp L/S Posted: 4/28/15
Reviewer: Evelyn Rollins from Manhattan Beach CA
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

This is a truly lovely shirt - beautiful material and wonderful drape. However, the medium was too wide around the hips for me and so I "swam" in it. My hips are narrow, so it may fit you. I am 5'6 and 125 lbs.

Covert Case C/O
Covert Case C/O Posted: 4/21/15
Reviewer: clock from california
Overall: Rated:3 stars! Comfort: Rated:3 stars! Style: Rated:3 stars!

I like, but I do not love this case. It has a super streamlined design that sacrifices some convenience for the sake of minimalism. For example, the backpack straps tuck away into a tiny little pocket that barely fits the straps. Most convertible bags have a large hidden back panel that easily swallows up backpack straps. Here, that compartment is so tiny that you have to carefully fold the straps then stuff them in, taking more time in the situation you are mostly likely to need quickness: when being forced to check luggage. There are very few seams on the outside of the bag, but the zipper is forced to wrap around several sharp angles that keep it from zipping smoothly. The zipper pulls are tiny even for my small hands. When worn as a backpack, the silhouette is so devoid of shape that it looks like a trash bag. The backpack straps are thin and sharp, guaranteeing digging into your shoulders. In fact, the straps are shaped like knife blades! Okay, those are the complaints. It just seems to me that Arc'teryx stuck so stubbornly to a brief to keep this bag minimal at the sacrifice of function. However, I do at the same time admire the purity of this bag. There are people who truly will only need one big compartment that will appreciate this. Having four simple grab handles on all sides is great. They do not need to be padded because you can grab two at a time. The looks is strangely austere in a militant way. That was probably by design. And it looks a hell of a lot better than the garishly logo'ed Ospreys out there. If it were up to me, I would fatten up the backpack straps just a smidge, tuck them into a larger hidden panel. Then added a few creases around the edges to give it shape, and tied some bigger zipper pulls. Oh, and make that "magazine pocket" unzip at the bottom so the whole thing can be slipped over a wheel suitcase. Not as sexy but way more useful.

Contenta Dress
Contenta Dress Posted: 4/19/15
Reviewer: amy fry from CT
Overall: Rated:5 stars! Comfort: Rated:5 stars! Style: Rated:5 stars!

A great vacation dress and for everyday. Wore this in Puerto Rico and it was cool and airy and so comfortable! Definitely recommend.

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