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  1. #766
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandra View Post
    A wool fleece sports bra, but I don't know how you purchase one.
    oh. I WANT one.
    Mimi Team TE BIANCHISTA
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    Peuw! That's what DH keeps saying to me.

    Anxiously awaiting the wool bra at TE!

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    Ibex tank-top: http://www.ibexwear.com/shop/Product...bbies-Tank-Top I haven't seen this one before.

    But I'm still saving my pennies waiting for a wool bra.
    "If Americans want to live the American Dream, they should go to Denmark." - Richard Wilkinson

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    that's really the next thing i want too. A bra that doesn't turn into a cold wet chest wall.
    Mimi Team TE BIANCHISTA
    for six tanks of gas you could have bought a bike.

  5. #770
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    I think that post was actually meant to go over in OT Australia
    "Sharing the road means getting along, not getting ahead" - 1994 Washington State Driver's Guide

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    gosh, you guys are too fast. yes, that was meant for another thread. I was so pleased with myself for deleting it but i see someone already captured it.
    Mimi Team TE BIANCHISTA
    for six tanks of gas you could have bought a bike.

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    Oh no they didn't. Look again.
    "Chisel praise in stone; write criticism in sand."

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    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/p/,...For-Women.html


    I just wrote a review of this tank which i LOVE LOVE. It's on sale...
    Discipline is remembering what you want.

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    I just bought a Marmot softshell from STP.....havn't gotten it yet
    but I keep looking at the 2 ibex softshells....I bought one awhile ago and sent it back becasue it seemed a little small...but I can't for the life of me figure out the difference between the 2 they have. It probably fit fine...I didn't understand the softshell concept then..

    ?? ANybody know?
    Discipline is remembering what you want.

  10. #775
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    Quote Originally Posted by elk View Post
    I just bought a Marmot softshell from STP.....havn't gotten it yet
    but I keep looking at the 2 ibex softshells....I bought one awhile ago and sent it back becasue it seemed a little small...but I can't for the life of me figure out the difference between the 2 they have. It probably fit fine...I didn't understand the softshell concept then..

    ?? ANybody know?
    Which two?
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    Discipline is remembering what you want.

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    Gee they seem like the exact same jacket if you read all the details.
    If you get one, order from the batch that offers 3 colors and has the less wrinkled picture. The wrinkle pictured black-only one is called "Climawool Lite" for some reason- maybe it's an older model that was not as good.

    My best friend has the cirque jacket for years now and she just loves hers.
    But if i were you I'd get a size roomy enough to wear lots of wooly base layers underneath.
    Lisa
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    Quote Originally Posted by elk View Post
    I have the blue purple one that goes with item 44960 -- the model Lisa suggests. I bought the size Large, and there's room for a Hot Chilly's mock turtle under it, and a fleece shirt over that. That makes it snug, but not uncomfortably so!

    Karen in Boise, who's not any kind of WEENIE!

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    I ordered the Cirque from STP a couple of weeks ago and, like you, found the descriptions of the two Cirques confusing---couldn't figure out what the differences might be. Ended up ordering the one that comes in three colors. Returned it because it hit me at an odd length and so puffed up in front when zipped up. Opted for a Pingo from another source. Much the same style and weight, but a little shorter in length. Works better on my short-waisted frame........If you order from Sierra Trading Post in the next week or so, be sure to go to www.retailmenot.com to find a 20 percent off coupon for your order. There always seems to be a code available. Last night I used 59921 in the key code box and it worked like a charm. Supposedly good through December 3.
    "If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." (Will Rogers)

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    I broke down and ordered the Ibex Cortina loden wool vest in apple green:
    http://www.ibex.com/Photos/F06/208_2722.jpg
    It's on sale:
    http://www.ibexwear.com/shop/Product...t=Cortina-Vest

    I wear my orange Switchback vest so much, I wanted another heavy wool vest in a different color.
    I find that wearing a couple of wool longsleeve tops and then just a heavy vest over them is really nice for being outside in about 30 degrees. I don't overheat because the air can circulate a bit around my arms, but the vest keeps my core very warm. And I can move freely- great for fitness walking. As long as my core, head&neck, hands, and feet are warm, I usually feel ok with a bit less on my arms and legs.

    By the way- the Ibex "Ribbies Crew" just went on sale in various colors:
    http://www.ibexwear.com/shop/Product...&Gender=Womens
    ...not to be confused with the thinner "LW Ribbed Crew".
    The Ribbies crew is pretty thick and nice. It has a finely ribbed texture. Runs a bit fitted, so order a size up from your normal if you like it relaxed fit. The Larkspur color is a beautiful intense twilight blue- I have one myself. The Sand would look nice layered over a black turtleneck.
    Lisa
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    Ruby's Website and My blog
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