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1 2 3 Repeaterwrote a review of on November 2, 2006

5 5

The Vindur hoody/jacket/sweater/softshell is incredible - it combines the best features from your avorite winter-wear to make something you haven't experienced yet! And the Icelanders must have woven in some of their magic geothermic-heat-crystals into the Vindur's wool blend becasue this thing beyond warm! The inside is a brushed softshell fabric so you get an "I'm so Nordic" look from the outside and an "I'm so comfortable and warm" feeling from the inside.

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1 2 3 Repeaterwrote a review of on November 28, 2005

5 5

These Vasque AMPs are awesome for long, rough trail runs or even day hiking! I'm impressed at how stable they are from the arch to the heel while still being flexy enough to give great toe grip and comply with uneven terrain. The top is extra meshy for maximum breathability. This is a top notch trail runner. Get the all yellow ones so the cougars can see you coming.

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1 2 3 Repeaterwrote a review of on November 28, 2005

5 5

I've been wearing all-leather hiking boots since they were called "waffle stompers." There are some great boots out there but this North Face Fortress Peak is stealing their thunder. TNF has been able to combine Gore-Tex weather protection with the all-terrain traction of Vibram in a boot that doesn't break the bank! And they don't break your feet either; their leather uppers and gusseted tongue are pliable while being supportive making break-in time minimal—you don't have to wear them out before they’re comfortable!

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1 2 3 Repeaterwrote a review of on September 21, 2005

5 5

I buy a pair of DAKINE Bronco GT gloves every year. They look like park gloves but are insulated enough for the middle of winter. However, if you are a cold person or not doing a lot of hiking I would recommend the Bronco GT mitts or maybe the AK Oven mitts from Burton. The Bronco GT’s palms are extra grippy so you can hold on to nose grabs and methods until the last second. I like the short cuff because it has been proven to be ten times cooler to wear your gloves under your sleeves instead of over. The reason I get a pair every year is because I wear them three to five times a week all season long and they get a little tattered and stanky. At such a low price the Bronco GT is such a good deal for a Gore-Tex glove that I don’t have any problem picking up a new pair.

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