Allen Briggs

Allen Briggs

Salt Lake City, Utah! Originally from the mean streets of Connecticut.

Allen's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking
Paddling
Skiing
Climbing

Allen's Bio

I am originally from Connecticut but moved to Utah to pursue a life of powder filled dreams. Skiing is my true passion and the reason I am here.

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Allen Briggs

Allen Briggs wrote a review of on January 19, 2009

5 5

I love these leashes. Unlike other reviews, I find them the easiest of all tele leashes to get on while still wearing gloves. They have not broken for me and seem very durable. Also, they have never come off prematurely on me. I have these on two of my three pairs of tele skis. Soon to be on all my tele skis. Another fine product from G3!

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Allen Briggs

Allen Briggs wrote a review of on October 2, 2008

5 5

These skis flat out kick ass. I skied them last year and fell in love. I am not a big dude, 5'9", 145, and the 186 length felt perfect. They skied shorter than that, and were surprisingly nimble. They were quick edge to edge in the woods and carved surprisingly well. They felt well balanced. They floated through powder, and busted through crud. I skied switch on them on a groomer and they did ok fakie. This is my new quiver of one ski. Also, SKI magazine, who probably heard about Line skis last year, and cares more about apres ski, fancy dining, hotels, and groomers, gave this ski a gear of the year award. SKI magazine! That says a lot. Line has really stepped up their game in freeride skis. And they look badass as well. Can't go wrong with these!

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Allen Briggs

Allen Briggs wrote a review of on October 2, 2008

5 5

I use this with my hull-a-port kayak rack and it works well. I never have any problems with the boat slipping. It is easy to tighten these down, and easy to loosen them as well. I have full confidence in the durability of these. They are very well made. You can trust in Thule products!

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Allen Briggs

Allen Briggs wrote a review of on October 2, 2008

4 5

This little eraser is nice to have on snowy days. It generally gets most of the snow off your goggles. Sometimes it leaves streaks on your lens, but it is never a big problem. The biggest problem I have is getting it out of my pocket with gloves on. It is pretty small and can be hard to grasp sometimes with gloves. Once you get it, it is easy to wipe your lenses free. And it is so small, why not have it?

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Allen Briggs wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

5 5

This bag is perfect for group bouldering use. The large volume and big opening at the top make it perfect to sit next to the problem as the community chalk. You can easily fit both hands in at once. The top cinches off so when kicked around, who don't lose chalk. The bag is durable and will come with me on all bouldering trips from now on.

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Allen Briggs wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

5 5

Wow. This shirt is amazing. I have many wicking shirts. What intrigued me about the merino wool was the ability to prevent body odor from clinging to it. I immediately put this to the test and did about 7 mountain bike rides without a wash. While most baselayers could kill a cockroach they smell so bad, this one maintained only a slight odor. Way better than other baselayers that can smell so bad I lose friends and potential dates. The shirt wicked well and was comfortable. Now I don't have to smell horrible when I go into the bar for that post ride beer. Awesome!

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