Thursday, December 5, 2013

Keep It Up Softshell Pant and More






The Keep It Up soft-shell/tech fleece pant and Keep It Up Softshell Jacket.





The striped Swiftlys. I've been made aware that there is a pricing issue on the SS Swiftlys. They are ringing up at $58 in the store but are priced at $64 on the website.

The reflectivity of the Base Runner hoodie. We're having a cold snap here so I'm thinking the tags will come off on mine tomorrow.
 Black striped Swiftly LS and Bleached Coral No Limit Tank.

 Raspberry Aria Tank and Coco Pique Wunder Under Pant.


 Post Chaturanga Pullover


Surge Pace Setter Skirt

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

i totally recommend the keep it up pants. I wore mine last night and they fit me quite well. 5'-3" 117# with narrow hips. These are versatile I think they will work for cross country skiing, hiking, bike riding or just running around town when it is in the -0 degrees.

M

Anonymous said...

Does the Keep It Up Pant fit this tight?! I just ordered a pair yesterday in my TTS because the couple of reviews on the website said the fit was rather relaxed. Please someone tell me these educators sized down!

Anonymous said...

I can't believe it, my store had a parallel stripe scuba today and I passed. It was gorgeous, but the color already looked a bit faded and I could only imagine what it would look like after a couple washes. I just couldn't bring myself to spend that much on something that would look shabby so soon. I unexpectedly walked out with the black stripe ss swiftly. I was waiting for the white, but they only had he black and it was so soft and not see through so I went for it. I will admit it kind of hurts my eyes in the bright store light. They had quite a few GW in inkwell, black and Zinfandel, but iI was disappointed with them in person. They looked faded and dull compare to the pictures. That combined with the sweatshirt like material and visible snap stitching and I just couldn't get on board. I am always surprised at the things I like that I never expected to, and the things I don't like that I originally went to buy when I go to the store.

Anonymous said...

Is there a tall version of the surge pace setter skirt?

Anonymous said...

I would say the keep it up pant fits tts-although I wish they dd not have belt loops I like them as muchas my run free pant from last year.They also have a articulated knee although not mentioned on the description. I have black in the run free and bought soot in the keep it up.Going to Europe after Christmas and think they will be perfect for the weather as well as cold weather days here in Arkansas. Hope they mark them down before my trip and I will get a second pair.

Anonymous said...

What size did you get ? Are they TTS

Anonymous said...

The tech fleece pant is perfect. Recommend it for any outdoor activity, and its just stretchy and soft and cozy on its own.

Anonymous said...

Anon 8:33 here. I am in Switzerland and once the temps remain below freezing, I layer my Run Free Pant over a pair of Brushed Wunder Under Pant (glad I stocked up on these a few years ago, when they still had oval gusset, the Luon was substantial and thick, and the brushed provided real warmth). That's why I am concerned with the seemingly skin-tight fit of the Keep It Up pant: I need a bit of room as I use these as outer layer, because of the rain and wind blocking feature.
My husband has the Chillstop pant, which is the men's version, and he also layers it over a pair of the lulu winter running tights.
I prefer to layer over the WUP because the brushed Luon is thicker and warmer than lulu brushed running tights (in Luxtreme).

Anonymous said...

This is 12:49 - I am 125 lbs 5'5 and I bought a 4 in the keep it up. Yes TTS but bc of stretch of fabric could wear a layer underneath and would be ok.