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post #1441 of 1451
Their towel is absolute shit. Keeps leaving fluff all over. Even after multiple washes this thing is still leaving that crap everywhere. No idea how they let something like that with such an obvious and noticeable flaw get past any sort of testing phase.

I do like their shorts though. But yeah the whole sizing thing is maddening especially if you are not a US customer. If I see something in my size in a good color I would have to impulse buy to make sure I can even get a chance to try it on then possibly pay duty and then return shipping fees.

Pretty sure it's free shipping and return shipping for US customers so no wonder everything runs out so fast. They can just try everything they want on.
Edited by wizzeak - 9/28/15 at 7:01pm
post #1442 of 1451
No free shipping but ya free returns.
I got the towel as well. Not that great but at least hasn't started smelling like all my other travel towels
post #1443 of 1451
if you reside outside of the united states there are no free returns.

because the sizing is all over the place and you'll end up paying taxes and duties for something that doesn't fit is the reason why sadly i'll never purchase from them and same has to be said with isaora.
post #1444 of 1451
Yup and the cardigans sell out in like 30 minutes? So tired of their small ass batches of products they KNOW will sell tons.
post #1445 of 1451
Did anybody pick up a pair of the mback long crops?
I like the idea and the cut, but the grey looks too much like sweats and not really a fan of burgundy pants. I guess I'm just looking for feedback, they also only have 33's and 35's but I'm a 34. Although measurements look like they run big.
post #1446 of 1451
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Originally Posted by Big A View Post

I'm resurrecting this thread only because I picked up a lot of their stuff for a trip through India and the Middle East. Ended up returning a lot of it, and it's maddening as hell because their sizing is so inconsistent that you never know what you order is going to fit, and they sell out so fast there's very little hope of an exchange for a different size.

But I have a couple pairs of pants and a shirt that are going to be torture tested on a trek through some shitty conditions in a true one-bag excursion. I also bought some some more stuff from other companies because I thought it'd be fun to compare.

Would be curious your feedback on the particular Outlier gear you brought along and how it worked out for you. Safe travels!
post #1447 of 1451
Anyone pick up the M-back pants? I'm curious as to how warm these are and how the breathe. Love the Climbers after the 60/30s.

I know someone had to pick up the $upermarine Parka too
post #1448 of 1451
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Originally Posted by US Grant View Post

Anyone pick up the M-back pants? I'm curious as to how warm these are and how the breathe. Love the Climbers after the 60/30s.

I know someone had to pick up the $upermarine Parka too

I have the m-back climbers. I was worried that they'd be bulky, because usually when I see fleece lined pants they have a marshmallowey thickness to them that I don't like. The lining on these is very thin but warm though, and don't seem to affect the drape or be externally noticeable at all. Breathe fine, it's comparable to wearing a very thin merino sweater but on your legs.

I personally would only feel the need to break them out when it's below freezing, otherwise I overheat while wearing a parka or warm top. Prepare for sweaty crotch if you're running around and then come indoors where it's heated, and the pants are quite thin so beware leaving sweat marks on furniture you sit down in. Not that I speak from experience.

Super comfortable though, the lining and stretch make them feel like sweatpants.
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post #1450 of 1451

why did this thread die? did I miss something?

post #1451 of 1451
I think most outlier talk moved to Reddit and the little left here is in the technical outerwear thread
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