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I find myself wearing this hoodie more than most of my other options, at least in the warm weather. It transitions from slightly cooler temps to warmer temps while maintaining a comfortable body temperature in both. It is probably the best example of a hoodie doing this that I can think of. It is no doubt the material--climalite--but also how it is woven on this particular hoodie: the inside is similar to other climalite weaves but the outer face is a slightly ribbed weave unique to this hoodie, which seems to vent excess heat more readily than others. As for size, I don't find it baggy. Due to the nature of the material it does have more of a "drape" than other hoodies; it is, however, a performance hoodie more than a fashion hoodie. It still looks good, but to me that is secondary. I'm ca. 5'10"/178cm and 175lbs/79KG at the moment and the small fits me fine. It's trim but that is how I prefer it. I also wash it cold and hang dry it to keep in from tightening up any more. Thanks for reading.
I bought these for dancing and they're definitely worth wearing because they're so light and stylish. They look and feel great with any outfit, like gym, training, or casual. I'm 5'11 and I bought a medium if you're wondering too
I have just bought 2 pairs of these shorts, the others are the black ones and they are a really comfortable, lightweight short for running in. I would not hesitate to buy other pairs in different colours if they were available
I was so crushed! I had bought the old model of this jersey (without thumbholes) and it was hands down the best fitting and most comfortable running shirt I ever bought. Ive had one for two years and worn it constantly. I spoke to an adidas rep to try and find the closest replacement and I was pointed me to this new edition. Its noticeably smaller in the torso, the sleeves are shorter despite the addition of thumbholes (which mean the sleeves need to be longer), the adidas logo has lower quality "paint" and is less reflective, and the collar bunches and was re-designed. So bummed. The fabric is even thinner which may be a change in climalite, but I think it just feels cheaper and holds its shape less well. I wish I had bought 20 of the old model and worn them happily ever after.
I ordered a medium, the fit is just right. I'm 178cm and 75kg. I'm not bulk, but in okay shape. The fit is snug, not constricting. So after two weeks on wear, on and off, and I find a couple of runs in the sleeve. I thing it was from carrying something that wasn't smooth. Bit disappointed really. I certainly won't be picking up the cat while wearing this. Overall I like the top, the look and the fit, just sad the material lets it down.
I've used mine for a while now and its pretty good. Material quality is very good, no itching or rubbing so far. I am 5.8" and size small fit is decent, but I wish it to be just a bit shorter in sleeve and hem length.
I really wanted to like these, because I always wear shorts with long liners. The shorts themselves are great, light and airy, dried quickly, cool. But the liners....ugh. Formless and not very good at containing things. I was constantly tugging and pulling them up, then pulling them down. Geez, Adidas, did a real guy try these on before you started making them? Anyway, true to size, but only a C+. Wearable but not all that great. Don't think I'll buy another pair. Too bad.
I have bought these shorts because I love the Adidas Response range. They are a good quality short, fit great and a very comfortable. Great for running, gym, lounging around in the sun or tale on holiday. Hope there are more colours. Find the men's range of running gear can be quite boring. But love these shorts. Will be getting the black ones.
I'am 5 45, 160lbs. I usually wear slim-fit medium shirts and pants from both adidas performance, and originals. If you want a slim-fit/muscle-fit, buy a small size, which is what I did and still comfortable. But if you want some more room and does not care about the shape of your body, but a medium.