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This is a great heavy-weight hoodie with a fleece lining to keep you nice and cozy all day.
Material: 65% Cotton 35% Polyester, Brushed Fleece, 300 gsm.
Sizing: The Horizontal Logo Hoodie is regular fit, if you're between sizes we would recommend sizing up!
Jonathan is 6'1" and 193lbs - wearing a size Large in the Cobalt Blue color way.
Ordered a 3XL and thought I'd be fine based on the size chart, but the material is so thick and warm that the hoodie is probably the equivalent of a typical American XL. It's great, just not for me.
Nice thick sweatshirt material - warm, fits well. If you are between sizes go UP. I debated between medium and large and went large - glad I did. Fits me well! (5’9” 160lbs). It does have an unusually large hood - (I can wear a ski helmet inside it) - even with this odd ‘feature’ it's a great sweatshirt. When I wear it I throw mostly aces! Get one!
The size was a bit small.
I am so disappointed because this is an absolutely beautiful, super high quality hoodie. Nice heavy material with the softest fleece on the inside. Unfortunately, unless I got a defective product, the sizing is significantly off from American standards (if there is such a thing). I am 6'5" with a slightly muscular build, and the XXL I was so excited for for Christmas fits like a wetsuit. If there were a 3X or 4X, I would probably buy two more immediately, but be wary if you're on the larger end of the size spectrum.
Fits great. Durable, light-weight, yet nice and warm. The hood is large, which adds to comfort. Very stylish. With short(perfectly sized) draw strings. So not to slap you in the face while throwing. Which I appreciate as I’ve had discomfort from other brand hoodies in the past, that had metal at the end of the drawstring. Which this one doesn’t. It’s perfect. Quality made. It’s worth what you pay for it easily. I bought two, because I liked the first one so much.
Greatest putter ever made and the pink is amazing looking oh and by the way my brother putts with daggers and wonders why there are no orbit daggers that would be awesome to see next thank you guys
When it was advertised as "stable" I was expecting a meat hook with huge fade. I like the Trust and figured this was a step beyond. Turns out to not be the case. Where the Trust goes straight, the Savior has a nice forward push and glide with a gentle, yet firm, fade at the end. The thicker shoulder also means easier forehand release and better torque resistance than the Trust. Definitely room for both in the bag.
The multiwear is both comfortable and useful. I’m very pleased!
I use the grace as for my flex back hand shots that need to go 300ft. I like the consistant flight out of the grace. It has become a stable and work horse in my bag.