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Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on September 25, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I have this in the Goblin Blue color. Great casual shirt that can be used for more adventerous occasions too. I have probably washed it a dozen times and it still looks brand new. I never dry it, it doesn't need it and it stays free of wrinkles.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on September 25, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

You probably need levers to get yout tire off. What if you get two flats in one ride with only one extra tube. You're going to have to patch one of them. Stick on patches are much easier to use than glue on patches on the side of the road or in the woods. Good idea, Park, to sell them together.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on September 25, 2013

4 5

Last year, I bought, tried and returned a pair or Gore running wear Windstopper tights. These fit much better. Quality is on par with the GRW ones, which is great. The Windstopper panels help keep muscles warmer without bulk. They're not very warm once you stop moving, but thats not really the idea.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on September 25, 2013

5 5

I saw these on sale and decided I "need" them. Actually, one day last year hiking in the snow, I realised Gortex gaiters would be pretty awesome. Even wearing shell pants with a powder cuff, I was getting snow in places that I didn't want it to be. I'm pretty excited for snow so I can try them, that's what you get for snagging off season deals.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on September 25, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size

I got these to wear for winter hiking and running, when my windstopper gloves get a little warm. I'm hoping that the knit fabric will be warm with being too sweaty. I It has been way too hot to try them out yet. Will have to update when the weather finally cools off.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I finally wore out all the Smartwool light hikers I have had for like 10 years! The new ones fit even better than the old ones. These are definitely not cheap socks, but you get what you pay for. What you won't get is blisters. I probably have at least 12 pairs of different Smartwool socks or varying ages. If you have never tried the brand, you're depriving yourself.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

5 5

My Bugaboo set pre dates all the accessories that come with the updated version, but the cookware appears to be the same. This version also includes a locking handle and perforated lids for draining. This set isn't terribly small or lightweight, but it includes enough options to cook real food, not just boil water. It has lasted me years and GSI still makes it so I think that speaks for the durability.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

5 5

I like these because they are so deep, they're tough to spill. I have plates and bowls, but food slides off or spills out. The handle is great to hold on to. Mine are the old Lexan material, I'm going to assume the newer polypropylene material is just as durable. These things are basically like a wide mouth Nalgene bottle with a handle.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

5 5

I used to sell tons of these when I worked at an outdoors store. I have used them, my buddies used them, almost any camper has some experience with them. They're lightweight, super durable and affordable. They never fail to inflate, never get holes in them and if you loan it to a friend and never see it again( like I did) you may not go crazy like you would over a super expensive sleeping pad. This is one of those products that has been around forever because it works well and the value is great.

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AnOnYmOuS wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

4 5

These were the first Ergon grips I tried. I do in fact have pretty large hands. I wear XL and even XXL gloves, so I tried the large size grips. They were fine riding on flat, open bike paths etc, but riding on single track trails, I felt like I was wearing mittens or something. I don't think it really matters how big your hands are, these just are not designed with bike handling in mind. If you intend any off road, technical use, try a different model like the GS1 or GX1. If you just plan on cruising around the neighborhood and such, these will be fine.

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