A in AZ

A in AZ

Arizona, New york

A in AZ

A in AZ wrote a review of on December 15, 2008

4 5

The reflective surface inside the housing makes this light really bright. It is light weight, easy to mount and has a clip for multiple applications. The only downside with this light is that it has only one, steady mode, no flash. I like flashing mode better for riding in traffic, it is also helpful on multi-day wilderness rides or hikes, gives us a few signaling options.

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A in AZ

A in AZ wrote a review of on November 17, 2008

4 5

It is the best low cut gaiter I could find for winter use, but I agree with the previous reviewer -- why not waterproof breathable?
My experience with sizing: I bought the L/XL and found that: a)the gaiters were too big for TNF Ultra 104 trail running shoes (men's size 10), but b)they fit pretty good with Lowa Renegade boots, also size 10. I hope this helps.

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A in AZ

A in AZ wrote a review of on November 17, 2008

5 5

- specs -
Thermometer: +14 to +122F. I used it at +5F, it still worked fine. To get an accurate temperature reading I usually fix it to my pack, or the front of my jacket.
Baro: 300 - 1100 mBar (8.86 - 32.48 inHg). I calibrate it once a month using info from weather.gov
Altimeter: -2300 to +30,045 feet (-700 to 9150 meters).
Water resistance 5ATM
Awesome.

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A in AZ wrote a review of on November 9, 2008

3 5

This shoe is best for long distance runs/hike over SHARP rocky terrain, for people with normal to narrow feet. I owned two pairs of Montrail Hardrock shoes (bought in 2005 and 2007) before, loved them both, just bought my third pair (July 2008) but decided to return it because it seems the new Hardrock is sized 1/2 size smaller then its predecessors. Got the Asics Cumulus instead which is a neutral road shoe. Less protection but more "feel", closer to the earth - and I am discovering that less protection equals more awareness, and since I run on rocky, rugged Arizona desert trails all the time, I am loving this new concept.
I also like the TNF Ultra 104 (and 100), the Ultra 104, it fits my wide forefeet better then the Hardrock of the same size.
These shoes were very protective and had great traction even when all the tread was worn away (tested on East-cost rock, root and mud during down-pour). Very durable, my first pair lasted a really long time. The second pair began wearing much faster, not sure why, Montrail said it was normal wear.

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A in AZ wrote a review of on January 7, 2008

3 5

Hi. This is not a review. This balaklava has more pieces than you picture. You need to post more pictures, and give a more detailed description. I was looking for something exactly like, even chatted with a gear expert, but ended up not buying it because I was told -- there was no nose protection (the kind with an opening at the bottom). You guys are great, I'm sure you will correct this.

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