Minus33 Chocorua Men’s Midweight Wool Crew vs Ryders Seventh Photochromic

  • Great for cold weather cycling
  • Comfortable, regulates heat well, moisture wicking, odor resistant
  • Base layer for cold weather backpacking
  • Wears well
  • Looks good
  • Great for the price
  • Lenses are not dark enough
  • Look like safety goggles

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Size

Minus33 Chocorua Men’s Midweight Wool Crew
Neck line way too loose fitting.
First, I'll start with why I dropped down to 3 stars. The neck diameter is too large/loose fitting around the neck. The way the neck line fits, it looks more appropriate to wear this for a figure skating performance... Maybe its just me, but I expect a base layer shirt to have a proper neckline that...
3/5
MO
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Ryders Seventh Photochromic
Need a large head to look OK in these.
They were too big for me and they look like safety goggles. Also, the photochromic lenses didn't get dark enough for my taste.
3/5
Skeeterfood
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Fit

Minus33 Chocorua Men’s Midweight Wool Crew
Neck line way too loose fitting.
First, I'll start with why I dropped down to 3 stars. The neck diameter is too large/loose fitting around the neck. The way the neck line fits, it looks more appropriate to wear this for a figure skating performance... Maybe its just me, but I expect a base layer shirt to have a proper neckline that...
3/5
MO
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Ryders Seventh Photochromic
Need a large head to look OK in these.
They were too big for me and they look like safety goggles. Also, the photochromic lenses didn't get dark enough for my taste.
3/5
Skeeterfood
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Style

Minus33 Chocorua Men’s Midweight Wool Crew
Proper shirt, proper base layer.
Not my first merino product, but my first long sleeve shirt. Very soft, not itchy at all. Was not too tight when first out of the package, and has only slightly stretched in few locations (body length, arm circumference, wrists). The stretching has only helped it to become a proper crew neck long sl...
5/5
The Encourager
7 years ago
amazon.com
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Ryders Seventh Photochromic
Ryders Seventh Review: Where function meets value
I highly recommend Ryders antiFOG technology. Conclusion: With a price tag of $129 for the Photochromic and $149 for the veloPOLAR Seventh from Ryders, it's hard to say there is a better riding glass on the market for the price. The features and technology Ryders has incorporated in their glasses work well
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1 month ago
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