Will be ordering other colors/. Super comfortable suit! I ordered a medium as that is my regular size and it fit fine.
The small fit a little larger than I expected, but I like regardless. VERY cute, and comfortable. They should be sold everywhere in stores I believe.
Very high quality, lux feel (although a little on the large side, got the small I'm 120 pounds 5'4'' but I like a looser fit so it worked for me). I almost bought a $300 jacket from REI first, but decided to give this a go since there are free returns, and boy am I glad I did! I saved myself over 200 bucks and can spend that money on fermented shark meat on my trip to Iceland. Thanks Aikiki!. Freaking amazing jacket for the price.
All-in-all, I've found the large backpack is perfect for a bug-out bag, while the small backpack is perfect for an EDC bag. The compartments are all well designed, and this backpack is capable of being over-stuffed to a ridiculous degree. The shoulder straps curve inwards, and as such, seem well-positioned against a person's abdomen. The smaller version of this backpack (Military Tactical Assault Pack Backpack Army Molle Bug Out Bag Backpacks Small Rucksack for Outdoor Hiking Camping Trekking Hunting Black) has a few advantages compared to this larger version:* The hydration pouch on the smaller version is designed much better, with a dedicated zipper. The back of the hydration pouch is the back of the backpack, and is a firm, cushioned backing. The larger version backpack has a rear pouch that is much smaller, and uses velcro instead of a zipper. * The largest compartment on the small backpack has an access hole on the top, from which you can run a hydration tube, headphones, etc. There is an additional access hole between the largest compartment and the hydration pouch, so that you could run hydration tubes from both the hydration pouch AND the largest compartment. This design was very well planned. By contrast, the large backpack has no such access hole - just a velcro strap. * There is a y-strap on the small backpack that covers the top of all three compartment layers, prevent items from falling out, and also providing additional structural support when the bag is over-stuffed. The large backpack doesn't have this strap. * The largest compartment on the small backpack is deep enough to lay some items flat, such as ponchos, emergency blankets/tents, MREs, etc. I was surprised at how much I could stuff in there. By contrast, the large backpack has a large compartment that seems a tiny bit shallower, but taller and wider. The large backpack possesses the following advantages compared to the small backpack:* The large backpack, while only a few inches larger in each dimension, is capable of being over-stuffed to a ridiculous degree. I could fit so much more in the large backpack. * The large backpack spreads out better when completely packed, and looks a little less silly than the small backpack, which has compartment layers that are successively smaller than each preceding layer. For the price, this "tactical" backpack can't be beat. The general construction quality of this backpack rivals those of double the price.
THANKS for an excellent water shoe. I would highly recommend this brand shoes for my friends. Used the shoes for the first time today in the pool. William Little. They are WONDERFUL! I am 70 years old, can stand, swim, and walk on my concrete deck.