Just letting everyone know that while at Mt. Hood this past week I tried on a Large 2010 jacket. The thing is massive and not for the feint of heart. I am 6'5 and was wearing a 6XL hoodie at the time and the Large was as big as it. Came down to about 3 inches above my knees. Just a heads up, trying to help you guys out.
I sit in the lodge all day. Skiing is a fashion show and the lodge is my runway.
i saw him at hood rocking next years red vest, and it didn't look obscenely massive compared to what everyone else was wearing, but he is a big dude
also my friends jad last years fd and its not as massive as the op is saying
A couple of kids that go to my school started raping for fun and their shit turned out pretty nice - jweid
Lol, guys, I said bullshit as well. I was standing there. We looked at the label and it clearly said "Large". It was really long... Downey gave it to a member on NS, it was the orange/yellow one. Could have been a sample.
Why the hell would we lie about something stupid like this? Fucking NS these days.
if it was liam's then it was probably an xlt just labeled as large. my friend bought some jiberish from pros there and it will say xxl or xxxl but in fact be xxxxl. so im guessing its probably just mislabled like that
looking back, i would have been pretty okay with it if someone shot me in the face when i was 15. - asian_allen$
Seriously, people should use common sense. Samples are rarely the same as the final distributed product. Do people really think First Drop is making jackets designed to cover the boots of a person who's 6' 5"?
Don't make stupid threads, or at least validate them first. This kind of stuff is a mess for small companies because they end up getting 100+ emails from stupid kids who want to know if they were tricked into ordering a dress or a muscle shirt for a jacket.
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