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Last year's Kreuger does not have the spongy elastic materials around the edges. Too bad they screwed the pooch on this year's styling, no solids whatsoever for the lose :\
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i know its a small market but something in a tall size would be amazing and like to 2 above me said, slim and long. personally i would like to see one without a front zipper, just a pull over. however i tend to like things that aren't overly popular lol so maybe just do the opposit.
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Thick hood, strong cuffs so they wont stretch out, soft on the inside that doesnt require hang drying to stay soft.
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I use a Patagonia R1 fleece hoody under all of my shells if its nasty or cold. It has a tight hood which works well with helmets or shell hoods and if zipped all the way up pretty much becomes a balaclava. Its more of a form fitting piece that is long and has thumb holes in the sleeves. A great base or mid layer. Bonus if you find on a web special like I did!

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Something that fits a 54 chest
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aaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwww cheay motha licka. thats my stylz yo. lol im 6'6" and 200lbs so tall and slender is kinda what i need. not a lot of cloths that fit me properly.
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aaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwww cheay motha licka. thats my stylz yo. lol im 6'6" and 200lbs so tall and slender is kinda what i need. not a lot of cloths that fit me properly.
Even being 6 ft is hard. I found some nice ones at First Drop Clothing.
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Pockets that are deep enough so that stuff won't fall out. Sleeves that are a little overlong so the cuffs never pull. Hoods with a little extra space so they don't pull on the shoulders when you turn your head. Good zippers. If you want to get fancy, put an ipod pocket inside.


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Pockets that are deep enough so that stuff won't fall out. Sleeves that are a little overlong so the cuffs never pull. Hoods with a little extra space so they don't pull on the shoulders when you turn your head. Good zippers. If you want to get fancy, put an ipod pocket inside.
Yeah long sleeves are a must. I hate strapping in and having my sleeve come halfway up my forearm. Then wasting 5 mins tucking my gloves back into them.
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I would totally buy a technical hoody that does not have a KKK shaped hood and a unicorn print on front.
Brings up a good point about the hood, if it's going to be stitched up the top of the hood, don't stitch it directly up the middle, use 2 stitching lines spaced apart.
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