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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna

Boulder County, Colorado

Andrew's Passions

Snowboarding
Mountain Biking

Andrew's Bio

Single speed 29er is what I ride. 9 foot 4 weight rods are what I cast. Never Summer boards are what I turn. A finger tip is what I'm missing.

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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna wrote a review of on December 17, 2009

5 5

I really like the fit ... not baggy, not slim, just right. The weight of the cotton is spot on as well. I can wear these year round with sneaks or boots on colder days and with flips on warmer days. They aren't cheap but are well made and should last for many years. Also, it seems like the Coriander as pictured here has more of a golden hue than what I have but then again it could be my monitor.

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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna wrote an answer about on December 14, 2009

If it were me, I would steer clear of a child's snowboard for this young man. In particular, size 10 shoes may lead to a bit of toe drag on this somewhat narrow (231mm) board. Additionally, the weight and age would justify a slightly longer board than what is available in this model. For example, I would consider the 151cm Burton Clash if he is riding the whole mountain or perhaps the 152cm Burton Deuce if he is spending most of his time in the park.

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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna wrote a review of on March 5, 2009

5 5

I have yet to find another goggle that outperforms the A Frames. They vent well, they are very comfortable on my largish noggin, they fit well with my helmet, and they look sick. The Blue Iridium lenses work really well for Colorado blue bird days and have survived numerous swipes from stray tree branches.

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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna wrote a review of on February 4, 2009

5 5

I've had my Rover for nearly 5 years and I still love it. I have gotten many compliments on it's appearance from both guys and gals. It's heavy but not too heavy, the band is comfortable, and the double clasp is secure. I've beat the hell out of this watch yet it still keeps precise time and wears it's battle scars with pride.

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Andrew Fortna

Andrew Fortna wrote a review of on February 4, 2009

4 5

I've used this shell for a variety activities and it has done well in everything it has faced. For skiing/snowboarding it's a great shell that can be used in a wide range of weather conditions. I took it sailing in the San Juan islands and it proved it's waterproof capabilities in a consistent down pour. My only complaint is the stitching is starting to fray and the hook & loop closures on the wrist have worn out quickly.

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