Alexix

Alexix

Glacier, Danali, Olympic, Zion, The Grand Canyon...Hoop Hole, Cranberry Backcountry....

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Enlightenment begins where the pavement ends.

Alexix

Alexix wrote a review of on August 9, 2011

5 5

I absolutely LOVE this pack. I just got home from a 3 day backpacking trip with no sore spots. This is a very comfortable pack. This was my husband's first trip with his new osprey pack too, and he concurs. I am still getting used to the straps and buckles, pockets, etc, but overall I am happy with the purchase. It is definitely several steps up from my old Kelty.

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Alexix wrote a review of on August 28, 2008

5 5

I bought this shirt for our Honeymoon backpacking trip to Montana's Glacier National Park this August.
I loved its wicking and drying ability. Its great beneath my oh-so-heavy pack, and doesn't bunch up.
It washed great, completely clean after wearing it for 3 days, then stuffing it in my pack for another 5.
Its a great T, and so is the Gunsight Pass Trail! I recommend both!

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Alexix wrote a review of on May 28, 2008

5 5

A bag that keeps me really warm!!! Although I rarely camp in truly cold weather, I found that I got quite chilly during the night in Denali, and the Tetons in my old 30 degree bag. ( temps were a bit below 30)( even with a silk liner, and long underwear, and a hat). NO MORE!!!! This bag is amazing. This bag may be a bit heavier, but I sleep great with no cold spots or drafts. Worth the weight! The construction is wonderful. No drafts in this bag! Plenty of room to turn over without getting tangled too.

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Alexix wrote a review of on May 28, 2008

5 5

I love my thermarest! I had the short one, and was happy with it for years,until my legs froze in Danali (legs hanging off the end of the short pad). My man bought me the large womens for Christmas, and Ive used it twice and am oh-so-greateful! Yes, It is a bit more weight than the shortie, but worth it. Thanks Thermarest, and Joseph!

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