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from Neptune, nj
Great suit. Great fit and love it for active pursuits. I wore this in the Caribbean when we went parasailing and snorkeling. It is comfortable, stays put and very cute.
Wore these on a recent trip where we did a lot of walking. With the extra cushioning in the toe and heel areas, I had no problem with friction points or blisters. Socks are well worth the cost.
I tried the smallest size available XS (13-14inch calf). They're light and comfortable, but not shaped quite right for me personally. They run significantly shorter than similar products - which was great for me. The Zensah and Smartwool products are inches too long for me even in their smallest sizes which were too tight on my calf. I don't think many people will have to size up with the 2xus. They're more true to size, and may even run big compared to equivalent sizes in other brands. Also, these don't stretch where the reflective design is painted on. That alone is going to bug some people.
You dream of asphalt and have been known for wearing your cycling shorts to work. Time away from your bike causes separation anxiety and you’ve committed more time to the road than to most of your relationships. You only own a couch because it’s socially acceptable and your happy place is a bluebird day in the saddle with 50 miles of open road luring you on and an encouraging breeze at your back.
Welcome, roadie. We’ve been expecting you.
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