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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Ed_sec wrote:
KenX wrote:
Ordered a medium Backside jacket, sizing waaaaaay off, more like XXL! My fingertips don't even stick out the sleeves, the hem is 5cm above my knees and the chest is around 20cm too large.......
Shame as it's a really nice jacket Mad

Just seen this Ken.
That's a shame but I found the same with an Elevenate Bec des Rosses. I was in-between M and L so went for L to be safe but it's huge.
Luckily they came round again a few days ago so I've now bought the M which I hope will be more viable for me.
So the L is getting returned unless any SH wants an L and can't find a cheap one.
Hope you're all keeping well over the hill there.
Cheers
Ed


Interesting to read - I've always held back on ordering online (and I'm interested in the Elevenate gear too) after buying some Arcteryx gear in store a few years ago. Most clothes I vary between an L and XL, but for Arcteryx it was a Medium for a perfect fit
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