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  1. #351
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    Love it!

    XXL for a 6ft & 245lbs with a bit extra around the middle. It fits appropriately close (as it should be for a baselayer), but not with annoying snugness around the mid-section.

    There is noooo chance it will come untucked given the body length!

    Thanks again!
    John

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  2. #352
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamTRuTH View Post
    Got it!

    M is a perfect fit. 165 @ 5’8”

    Thanks MiCol
    Same. I think it's perfect.

    I got the Bross hoodie in a small and I think it's a touch short in the torso. I think the length on these is perfect for their intended use.

    Sent from my Pixel 4 using Tapatalk

  3. #353
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    My high expectations were exceeded. Thanks, Micol!

    5'9" 165. Medium is "base layer tight". Perfect. I sweat a LOT, and loose base layers don't wick as well for me.

    I have long arms and these arms are plenty long. Zero need for thumb holes. No chance of butt crack either.

    I like the tight neck which I have to squeeze my fat head through.

    Don't be impatient when cutting the plastic shipping bag open. It would be a pity to slash these.

    ... Thom
    Galibier Design
    crafting technology in service of music

  4. #354
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    thank you.....Thom ......he makes very good point

    Please those of you with multiple garments, Open very slowly while not wielding a blade willy nilly...

    Maybe try to stick a finger through the exterior plastic (its not that thick), pull an opening into the interior to where you can get some leverage before pulling the clear tape up and off the garment before cutting...
    Made in Colorado Tech wear:

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  5. #355
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    12/2/19 UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE
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    ALL ORDERS HAVE SHIPPED
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    Please be careful opening your orders
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    with sharp blades
    .


    Except one I know of that we had a problem with an address
    We have sent that person an email but have not had a response yet
    Made in Colorado Tech wear:

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  6. #356
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    USPS you've gone bonkers....why did mine go from originating a few miles down the street, to being shipped to a CA distribution center.

  7. #357
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    We get a tracking email? Never received one.

  8. #358
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    We get a tracking email? Never received one.
    At least, i assume that is the email I got for a package from "Warehouse Three"

  9. #359
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    USPS you've gone bonkers....why did mine go from originating a few miles down the street, to being shipped to a CA distribution center.
    that sucks, but somehow im sadly not surprised
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  10. #360
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    Quote Originally Posted by doebedoe View Post
    At least, i assume that is the email I got for a package from "Warehouse Three"
    yes
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  11. #361
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    that sucks, but somehow im sadly not surprised
    I ain’t worried. Ship out for Spain tomorrow so it’ll be a week or so until I can use it anyhow. Stoked for it.

  12. #362
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    Got mine last night MiCol, fabric feels awesome, super soft and cozy. thanks and nicely done!

  13. #363
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    Got mine last night, love this fabric! Thank you so much!

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  14. #364
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    Arrived last night...thanks much!
    It makes perfect sense...until you think about it.

    I suspect there's logic behind the madness, but I'm too dumb to see it.

  15. #365
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    Got mine, fabric seems really nice, good fit! Should pair up nicely with the Bross. Well done as usual.

  16. #366
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    shirt arrived and VERY happy with quality. thanks for the deal.

  17. #367
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    Feeler: Freeride Systems Group Buy Base Layer Shirt Project

    Yup me too, the shirts are F N RAD!! What a great hookup on a super dope shirt!! FRS kicks ass!
    Fear, Doubt, Disbelief, you have to let it all go. Free your mind!

  18. #368
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    Thanks everybody. Glad to see the "happy with" balance out the "too longs"...i knew making the length change would not satisfy everyone, but it took care of a fair amount of "too short" complaints and scaled back adding an additional 4 to 8 more size colorways to manage....plus no one likes plumbers crack , back drafts and butt gaps...this change virtually ensures no one with this secret shirt baselayer will be flashing the masses this season....so, there's that...
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  19. #369
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    Thanks again Mike! Good tips on washing.
    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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  20. #370
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    Got mine today. Thank you!

  21. #371
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    Love them! Wish I would have ordered more...

  22. #372
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    Feeler: Freeride Systems Group Buy Base Layer Shirt Project

    Mine arrived today. Excellent shirt. Wish I ordered two now and one for the wife. My only complaint is the neck hole size. Didn’t think it was going over my head for a minute, really snug on the neck as well. Going to try to gently stretch it out.
    Edit to add: size L. 5’10” 198lbs. Fit is great in the arms, shoulder and torso area. Not to tight not to loose. Length is a touch long but nothing crazy. She’ll stay tucked. Great base layer.
    Thanks Micol for putting this on!
    Last edited by 2FUNKY; 12-05-2019 at 10:03 PM.

  23. #373
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    Love it! 5'7" 185 in a large. Snug but not to snug, perfect base layer fit. A bit long for a short dude but doesn't bother me. Did the extras go up for grabs yet? I'd take another large and medium if they do.
    "bound to cover just a little more ground"

  24. #374
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    I just tried my large on and really like the fit. It's different than the one from a couple years go which was fine, this version seems more fitted. What's the difference? And yeah, I wish ordered another one. Nice job.
    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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  25. #375
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    these are awesome, very happy with the M on my frame. long arms ftw. thanks again mang!

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