Reviewed by Dan from Albuquerque, N.M. on Friday, October 30, 2009
I am 5'11" and 165 lbs. I generally wear a size 43 jacket, 15 1/2 33/34 shirt. Based on other reviews I bought the medium and after one wash I could not be more pleased with the size. The sleeves are still long, but not uncomfortably so and the shoulders hang a couple of inches as well. A small may ...
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Reviewed by eoogary from coloardo on Sunday, January 31, 2016
I'm 6ft 145 and the small swallowed me, but not enough to imped walking around the house or brushing my teeth. Hits around the bottom of my ankles, lapels wrap all the way to my hip bones. warm, soft, comfortable. Will be packing when i go to the hot springs in winter.
Reviewed by Sharon of the wet mountains from Colorado on Thursday, January 28, 2016
I purchased this robe for my husband to wear to the local hot springs this winter in Colorado. When he tried on the extra large that he requested the robe was so long that a couple of inches of fabric rested on the floor around his feet and the sleeves hung down to his knees. I exchanged the robe for a large which was still too big; this one hung down to his ankles and the sleeves totally covered his hands. We kept the robe because it is beautiful, thick and warm, perfect at the hot springs in the Colorado hills, but I did shorten the robe's length and sleeves.
It weighs 2-3 pounds. It is a very good quality robe.
Answered on 1/7/2016 3:02:50 PM by JBOnline from Dover, DE
Hi -- I'm not sure of the actual weight of the robe as I ordered several items. It's a nice heavy-weight robe, yet flexible enough for a good elbow-bend. My husband's last robe was SO heavy that it was too bulky. I think you will love this robe! Let me know if I can answer more questions. Take care!
Answered on 1/7/2016 3:51:43 PM by Janabobana from Minnesota
Hi Margie the robe is heavier than a regular run of the mill terry robe, but it is a better quality robe. My husband likes it. I have not washed it yet. (They say) it will soften up, we will see??
Answered on 1/7/2016 5:03:18 PM by Floanne from Florida (Canada)
1 pound! i thought it would be more than that.
Answered on 1/8/2016 8:03:18 AM by Homestyler from VA
Bought mine recently (December) and it's 95 / 5. It's been washed & dried once and has not changed that I can see; except for getting a bit softer. And more absorbent. I'd say: follow the care instructions and you should be fine.
Answered on 4/2/2014 7:43:40 AM by Marduk from The Frozen North
Jen I just bought a robe and it is absorbent as I use it for my trips to the hot tub and nothing else.. I'm 6-2" and bought a large and it is way oversized for me... I would go with the smallest mens possible and i guarantee it will still be big on you... I have not washed mine yet so no comment on shrinkage..If you are looking for something that will look stylish on you this is probably not the robe..If you want soemthing to wick water it is perfect.
Answered on 4/2/2014 8:02:29 AM by Roca Man from NE
I don't know the percentage of cotton for sure. When you first get the robe, it's a little stiff from the sizing. I washed it and it came out of the dryer very nice and soft. There was no shrinkage that I noticed, but with cotton there had to be some. It seems absorbent, more so after washing out the sizing. To give you an idea of the size, my son is a 6' 4" football player sized guy and the XL is perfectly sized around his body and comes to mid-calf. He loves the robe and appreciates that it is cut so generously. Most XL robes are too skimpy through the shoulders and around the waist for him.
Answered on 4/2/2014 8:33:22 AM by Julie from Virginia
I bought women's small and men's large. From comments, it appears the men's run a little longer than women's (maybe an inch) in comparable sizes (hard for me to compare the men's large I have with women's small, but comments seem to support that).. I am 5'10" and my women's small is 14" from floor on me (hits low calf area). This is after washing 3-4 times. On you, this would be 10" from floor, as you are 4" shorter. I bet the men's on you would be about an inch longer. Mine has the 5% polyester and shrunk about 1-2" in length and just some around (not enough that I notice, really). Wash on hot water and wash several times - they will definitely do a little shrinking. I recommend grey over green in mens' (bought both and grey seems like nicer fabric - does not pill up and shed like the green). Good luck. Also - very absorbant and nice out of shower or hot tub. (like a big fluffy towel).
Answered on 4/2/2014 10:03:04 AM by Hot Tubber from Ohioe
I haven't washed mine yet but I think it will shrink about 4" in length, depending how I wash it, in cold or warm water.
Answered on 4/2/2014 12:17:15 PM by vishus from BC, Canada
It shrunk just a bit--I was actually trying to get it to shrink because my husband is between a Large and Extra Large and I ordered the XL. Almost wish it had shrunk a bit more. It is still fluffy and absorbent but took a couple cycles in the dryer to dry completely. Still happy with the purchase. I hope this helps!
Answered on 4/16/2014 10:42:39 AM by busymom from Colorado
They do run big and you will need to be aware of the length as it will be about 53" long.
Answered on 1/19/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
While I have only tried the medium, I think a men's small would be probably be too large for what you are looking for. The men's medium is comparable in size to a men's large in other clothing. I would assume the men's small would be comparable in size to a men's medium in other clothing. If you are looking for something in a ladie's small size, this will probably be too large for you. If you like your robes big and long (I am 6'2" and this one comes down to about 3" above my ankles), this one would due. If you are looking for a trimmer, ladies fit near a ladies size small, this will probably be too large for you. On the positive side, this robe is very thick and warm so using it for an outside, winter hot tub would be a perfect use for it.
Answered on 2/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by Black Hawks Fan from Chicago
As a man, I usually wear a XL so I got the XL robe. They are big but in a comfortable way. I could have gotten away with a large. But, still these robes are incredible! I have been telling all my friends to order them if they have their size. I LOVE them! I hope they get more in stock, so I can order some other colors. You need to order it! You will be disappointed if you don't. I have been looking for these robes for about 6 months. The quality of these robes far out does any that I have seen at the high-end stores. You will not be disappointed! Enjoy!
Answered on 2/8/2011 12:00:00 AM by Totally Satisfied from Corning, NY
Sizing runs huge. Size S still too big for a 6'3" man. Avoid this product as it's proportions are very awkward.
Answered on 2/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by Mike54123 from San Francisco, CA