used to stock them in my store a few years back, we had a lot of trouble shifting them because the fit was so unusual, basically the ideal solomon wearer should be long legged, very slim and quite wealthy. the quality control was dubious too, we had convertible pants where the lower legs were a different colour to the upper by a few shades,also their wicking tees snagged very easily, we had to discount it heavily to shift it. it looks very well but there is better gear out there I assure you. You can’t go past Columbia for VFM and durability.Posted 8 years ago
If someone else is footing the bill them go for gold, its certainly at the stylier end of the scale when it comes to out door gear. i have an acti lite cyling top which is almost see through and great for very warm days, just try the sizing before you order shed loads of it.Posted 8 years ago
Whats the quality / hardwearingness / sizing like? I have had boots and shoes from them, and early ones were great. Latest ones did not seem as good.
Looking at things like softshell, trousers, base layers etc.
Unfortunately I cannot try on or find a local stockist – its a last minute kit order from my new employer with them and they need the order tomorrow.Posted 8 years agoanotherdeadheroMember
Aye, outdoorsy shop I worked at for a while never stocked salomon clothing becuase the sizing was all squiffy. We did the shoes and enjoyed the clothing samples they sent through hugely, but never decided to stock it. That was years ago though, I’d have thought they’d have sorted the fit by now.Posted 8 years ago
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