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  1. #76
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    Wonder if they would honor the Cloudveil credit of $400 for a pair of ski pants I bought retail in Frisco, CO several years ago (before they bailed on consumers)...and ripped, obvious flaw in design. Was at end of season, so i procrastinated taking them back to store. Finally dropped them off, retail location said they were having issues with getting replacements. Then they stopped carrying brand, so i had to work with CV directly. They said they were revamping and would be out again the next fall, and they would keep the credit on file. Well, it probably in a database on a hard drive that was sold on ebay or something.

    How many lessons here? Actually, i think i just really liked the material they were made out of.

  2. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiddleOfNight View Post
    PSA: Stio Holiday sale started, 30% off some things.
    I've been eyeing the environ bib, now 25% off.

    Anybody got a code they need to get rid of?
    Just picked up some Environ pants...330.00 on sale....Wish they were a little less, but oh well.

  3. #78
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC. View Post
    Just picked up some Environ pants...330.00 on sale....Wish they were a little less, but oh well.
    same (bibs). sigh.

    I'm a walking validation of their shameless seasonal targeting.
    I should feel worse, but hey there's no guilt for the guiltless.

  4. #79
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    If anyone with a Stio code is feeling super generous in the holiday season please PM me. thx

  5. #80
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    Quote Originally Posted by cycology1 View Post
    How many lessons here?
    Really just one: procrastination.

    Not berating - I'm a fellow sufferer

  6. #81
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    20% off first time orders.
    I'm eyeing environ xt jacket now. Need sizing help.
    I'm always right between M/L .. I have a L arcteryx shell and it's nice but a little soupy. 6'2 185# as I live and breathe.
    No retailers near me, I'll have to roll dice.

    'Nathan' on the website is 6' and wears a medium in the video, but under 'fit' it says he wears large. unhelpful.

    Any advice?
    north bound horse.

  7. #82
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    Stio

    I have the environ and am similar -between and med and large. since Iím local I got to try them on and went large.
    of course this was for the womenís environ jkt not the mens but I think the fit of stio on the mens and womens sizing is similar to arcteryx if that helps. the environ jkt material is pretty stiff too(vs the raymer jkt which I also tried out) so the slightly larger jkt holds its form better(vs a ďsoupyĒ fit which i think i understand what you are getting at)
    skid luxury

  8. #83
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    Thx thats helpful.
    Last year I got environ bib in L, and it fits me smaller and way better than arcteryx L bib. Maybe it's a different cut.
    Stio size finder tool says i'll be a L, so if I roll dices thats what I'll roll.
    That arcteryx jacket is fine, it's just not the unicorn jacket my inner princess is pining for.
    north bound horse.

  9. #84
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    I'm 5'6" and a solid smedium. Got a MD Raymer last year and it's a little soupy but I don't think I'd go down to a SM, plenty of room for insulation and it doesn't look too big.

    Yes the fit model is always 5'10" or better and wearing a Medium, don't get me going on trying to find pants that fit

  10. #85
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    I am also a M/L tweener (M body and L sleeve) and went with the M in the Hometown. I'd say as a comp to Patagonia, the Stio M has shorter arms (than Pata). But, the body is the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by MiddleOfNight View Post
    20% off first time orders.
    I'm eyeing environ xt jacket now. Need sizing help.
    I'm always right between M/L .. I have a L arcteryx shell and it's nice but a little soupy. 6'2 185# as I live and breathe.
    No retailers near me, I'll have to roll dice.

    'Nathan' on the website is 6' and wears a medium in the video, but under 'fit' it says he wears large. unhelpful.

    Any advice?

  11. #86
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    Iím 6í1 200lbs...I wear a Stio Environ L.....

    I wear FRS L, Patty L and Arcteryx L.....if that helps with sizing from multiple companies.....

    Would sell if anyone interested....like new ....Green/L...

  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC. View Post
    Iím 6í1 200lbs...I wear a Stio Environ L.....

    I wear FRS L, Patty L and Arcteryx L.....if that helps with sizing from multiple companies.....

    Would sell if anyone interested....like new ....Green/L...
    Selling the stio?
    Tell me more about that.
    north bound horse.

  13. #88
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    PSA stio's 30% off holiday sale is live.
    Better than a poke in the eye.

    unless someone has some better secret squirrel code ..
    I may, once again, fall victim to the shameless marketing. It's becoming an annual thing.
    north bound horse.

  14. #89
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    I'm 6', 195#, and prefer a looser fit, so I go with XL in their coats, and LG with their bibs. Both fit great. For reference, I also wear the same shell size in Flylow, which seems to fit a little bigger, and also XL in Helly-Hansen, which fits just a little bit smaller/more fitted. Stio shells do have a somewhat boxy fit.
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