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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-27-2012, 01:21 PM
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true they may have slimmed down the whole line, but within the line Hover pants are without question more fitted then the cyclic or stagger.
Thanks for the info. I'll for for the stagger pants.
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Hi, reviving this thread with another question about sizing. Details:
  • Guy, 5'9", ~150lbs.
  • Looking at the Stagger jacket.
  • Will definitely want to layer - I know it is somewhat insulated, but I tend to get cold.

Should I go for the medium or the small?
FWIW, I have the Indecent Exposure from a couple of years ago in medium and it fits pretty well - generous, but not overly baggy. How would the Stagger compare?
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Im about same height and 170lb . size Medium
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Im about same height and 170lb . size Medium

I'm 5'10" 155lbs and just bought the 2013 Stagger Jacket in Medium. Plenty of room for layering.
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Hi to everyone,
I se that it is a old post but I try anyway.

I am 5.75 feet and 150 lbs. I am looking at Burton AK Jacket like Cyclic or Freebird.
I like to dress normal, not large and under the jacket I will use multiple layers.
What do you suggest? M or S size?

thanks a lot!
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Get the S

i wear an XS and im 5'6" 140 lbs ak 2l swash, the S gives me the G/Thug look.
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On the main topic on AK fit, it looks like burton went back to a looser fit for 2013/14. According to burton between "traditional" and "loose". For 2012/13 the line was right at "traditional".
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