Outlier Tailored Performance Clothing

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  1. Spencer

    Spencer Senior member

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    Their 5 Year Basic T and V neck shirts are my favorite t-shirt I have found. I probably own one in just about every color. No I don't wear their tight yoga stretch pants, but the t's, a few work out clothes, yup I am guilty of loving lulu lemon. :embar:
     
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    I have the slate 3-way shorts, wore them all summer. They don't seem too short to me, just about perfect length, although I wouldn't totally be opposed to an extra 1/2"
     
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    Alright, the Workwears just got the shit kicked out of them by a bike ride in (an admittedly pretty wild) Vancouver rainfall. But after getting to the sopping wet stage, they have almost totally dried in ~20 minutes while still on my legs, and the people in my meeting have not noticed. Score one for team business casual!
     
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    I wore my OG pants out in the Vancouver rain, just shook the rain off like a wet dog :p
     
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    Your DWR coating is better than mine, I guess. How far did you bike? My ride was 3.5 km, and they were saturated by about 1.5.
     
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    33 Navy Nyco slims going back tmrw unless someone wants it
     
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    Would anyone be kind enough to post a pit-to-pit chest width of any and all medium or large Outlier tops they own? I'm trying to decide between these sizes for their various shirts and customer support just directs you to the sizing chart on the site.

    Thank you to anyone in a position to oblige.
     
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    doublefine merino cardi:

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    incredibly soft and pretty warm too. If they ever re-stock it in mid-blue I will be copping with the quickness
     
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    Can any dungarees owners chime in with how they handle warm temps (at least 85-90f, worse or better than 8oz cotton)? The keirins look like the only pant that'll work for me for sure (international returns are a bitch): are the posted measurements accurate? Cheers in advance.

    Tempted by a white merino t-shirt until I saw they are about 190gsm, 150 is better in the heat (but less durable). I wish they discounted occasionally (int. shipping costs can be a bitch).
     
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    How's the fit?
     
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    I'd say TTS (copped an S which is what I generally wear for sweaters/knits). Arms a tad slim but not tight either (I've worn it mostly over long-sleeves so far). Body just a little long but not to the point where it's bothersome. The shawl collar is seriously comfy and for once pretty functional as a warm (non-scratchy) layer for your neck
     
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    They form fitting through the body though?
     
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    it's decently slim, but if you want form-fitting you might want to size down 1. I can try to post a fit pic at some point this week
     

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