so many jackets i was looking at were $200 to $300. . so well constructed, and so CUTE, i had to write this review. . wow! ! i was coming to write a review anyway, thinking i had spent $100 on this jacket, and i can't believe i paid $50. . i was happy thinking i paid more than i did. off to montana in april with my new jacket!. 88! ! ! it is so warm.
I highly recommend this to anyone willing to put in the work! ! !. I have used many "ab rollers" but they either aren't very sturdy or break. The Ab Carver is not only sturdy but seems indestructible. I love this product. It hurts, but it will all be worth it in the end.
I exercise 4-5 times/week and still had a great workout from this (muscle soreness and all the next day). The bands are sturdy and offer a good amount of resistance for beginners and intermediate level and can be adjusted for advanced. Also, it's not heavyweight and easy to carry around. I'm now thinking about buying myself one to use at home when the time is short to go to the gym. Bought this as a gift for my mom and have tried it a few times.
Long handles make it easy to use by yourself, but also good for others to roll on you. Amazing to roll out tight muscles, painful but muscles definitely feel better after using.
Ok i am always worried about buying swimsuits from China on here but this is my absolute favorite swimsuit. I ordered the olive green one, it looks just like the photo. The top is just a little too big. I ordered a size large, i am 5’6”, 170lbs, and a 36DDI was also worried about the bottoms being more like a thong, but they are just cheeky, so not too scandalous at all.
Love it! I don’t like being cold ??. I picked this one after narrowing it down to four coats with inside pockets. A ski coat should keep me warm doing the winter and so far this one has exceeded my expectations. Matter of fact, when in my car I have to reduce the temperature. I do dress in layers, so I’m in the process of testing amount of layers depending on the temperature. St. Louis has been having some really cold days this week and it shields the wind really well.
I am female, I purchased this coat for myself, it's a perfect fit, I often buy men coats because in my opinion they are warmer than women coats. The windy city gets cold.
Great jacket. The size is just like any other jacket. Super warm and extremely water resistant as advertised.
Once I got it setup the way I like it, I'm a huge fan. He had never heard of the brand before, so I asked him to fish with it a few times and let me know what he thought. It's funny to see a late 60s grandfather get like a schoolgirl over a couple reels that are $55/ea when he probably has 6-7 reels that cost 3-5 times that already. I've been using this reel for about three months now, fishing maybe 1-2 times a week. It took me a while to get the hang of it as again, I've never really used baitcasters all that much previously so I had some crazy backlash the first few times out. I've never been a big bass fisherman, but have been spending more and more time fishing bass as of late with my father-in-law. I'll grab one of his setups now and then to quickly use another bait type, and they all immediately feel big and bulky compared to the Aikiki Stealth. My father-in-law is an avid angler, specifically bass. Competes in a few tournaments each year, has a Skeeter boat with about every bell and whistle you can think of, normally has 6-10 rod/reel setups around him at all times when we're on the water. So he's pretty into it to say the least. I grew up mostly fishing for walleye, so always used an open-faced reel. He's used it 2-3 times, given it about 250-300 casts, and he came to me tonight and asked me to buy him two of them, left-handed and all. He liked that he didn't have to change hands after casting, which to me just made sense but it was what I was used to. He's been doing it opposite for decades, so for him to ask for two of them, the exact same way tells me they're on to something. They're arriving in just a few days and he's already giddy about them. I ended up doing some research on reels since I wanted a left-handed baitcaster and came across Aikiki. I read numerous reviews, watched a handful of videos, and figured for the price, if it was a bust it wasn't that big of a deal.
The more I use it the more I like it. I purchased this reel because of the dual braking. I had been trying to learn how to cast with an older reel and decided to give this reasonably priced reel with the dual braking a try. I'm glad I did.
My shoulder strain was instantly relieved. I wore the support day and night, while being careful with my movements. Within a week I was healed enough to resume normal activity.