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Daniel Allen
(Dan_Quixote) - F

Locale: below the mountains (AK)
Stoic Blisses for $20 on 08/29/2010 22:26:49 MDT Print View

heck of a deal on half-zip merino tops (with thumb loops!) My small weighs just under 7.5 oz, and I love that thing; I'm buying another for sure.
Of course, the arms are on the long side, but I can deal with that.

They're Lightish Weight puffies are around $50 right now, too, but I've heard they have some quality control and fit issues.

Scott Truong

Locale: Vancouver, BC
cool on 08/30/2010 01:02:55 MDT Print View

Thanks man.. exactly what i was looking for. I hate overly long sleeves, but whatever, for $20.

Scott Ireland
(WinterWarlock) - MLife

Locale: Western NY
Re: Stoic Blisses for $20 on 08/30/2010 08:19:08 MDT Print View

Nice - I have some of their softshell pants, and they have been fantastic!!

Nathan Baker
(Slvravn) - MLife

Locale: East Coast - Mid Atlantic
Re: Stoic Blisses for $20 on 08/30/2010 13:34:30 MDT Print View

Daniel - thanks for the heads up on this. Since they have no mediums left what do you think of the small on someone 5'8" and 140lbs?

Morgan Rucks
(rucksmtr) - F
... on 08/30/2010 20:43:56 MDT Print View

thanks for the heads up. I also found an xxl montbell alpine light parka for 122. stoked

Daniel Allen
(Dan_Quixote) - F

Locale: below the mountains (AK)
Re: Re: Stoic Blisses for $20 on 08/31/2010 00:01:36 MDT Print View

Nathan, methinks small should be great. I'm 5'4, and the bottom of the hem goes well past my waist; usually I tuck it in if I'm trekking.

Marc Kokosky
(mak52580) - F

Locale: Washington, DC Area
Sizing? on 08/31/2010 03:58:44 MDT Print View

How does these sizes run?

Scott Truong

Locale: Vancouver, BC
No mediums available, lots of large sizes.. and $20. on 08/31/2010 04:49:59 MDT Print View

I think there are lots of larger sizes available. If you read the reviews, seems like they're made for lanky dudes.

However, they look pretty slick, and for $20, even if you're horrible at sewing it's not going to sting that much by trying to shorten the length of sleeves/torso and doing a hack job of it.

Seems to me the torso is going to be on the long side, and the sleeves definitely longer than usual.

Luckily i have an aunt who re-upholstered my car when I was a poor teen w/a $600 car.

The comparable icebreaker shirt I was considering was at least $100. I find lightweight merino wool feels/looks good tight.

Edited by elf773 on 08/31/2010 04:54:27 MDT.