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I bought a set of these, size XL, and found them almost impossible to fit around my legs. I have decent-sized legs and I could feel the stitching popping when I pulled them up around my calves. If you have very slender, Bradley-Wiggins legs these should be ok for you. Otherwise I'd avoid them.
I ordered one of these hooded wool shirts to use as a base layer for cold-weather riding, but I wasn't sure about the sizing. First off, I have a 43" chest and I ordered the Large, which has a 40" chest according to Cutter's unique way of measuring. Spot on for me: form-fitting but not super tight.
On rides when it's in the mid-30s I've worn this under a long-sleeve jersey and a midweight jacket. I start out with the hood up over some earwarmers, and then midway through I might peel back the hood. If it's in the upper-40's you might get by with this and an insulated long-sleeve jersey. It's not super, super warm, but it allows you to layer nicely. And no scratchiness against the skin. I love it and just ordered two more at Bonktown prices.
I'm very satisfied with this mini light: It mounts easily on your seatpost; comes with two widths of spacers; battery installation is simple; it's compact and doesn't interfere at all with your legs; easy to put on and take off; and it's easy to operate with two flashing settings and one steady. For commuting I'd go with a larger light, but this one is perfect for when you're out training early or late, when you just might need that added safety margin.