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Andrew Spickert

Andrew Spickert

Breckenridge, CO

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Andrew Spickert's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing
Climbing

Andrew Spickert's Bio

Waking up to the mountains in Colorado is just incredible. I couldn't ask for more. Whether it's hiking or skiing or swimming, I spend time in the outdoors nearly every day. When I'm not, I'm usually working on my latest film project or rocking out on my bass guitar.

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Andrew Spickert

Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 18, 2008

5 5

This shovel works well for everything you may need. It's small so it's very packable. It's durable so you don't need to be afraid of the blade bending or breaking. And it is very light so you can easily carry it into the backcountry to cut blocks for a jump or just have it around to save a friend in danger.

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Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 18, 2008

5 5

These skis will rip through any and all conditions. They float in the powder like you wouldn't believe but then (because of the sidecut) allow you to carve down the groomers at the bottom back to the lift. If you are heading out into the backcountry you will have no problem skinning up the hill on top of the snow because of the almost snowshoe-like footprint of the skis. There are no limits to what these skis can do.

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Andrew Spickert

Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 17, 2008

4 5

These pants are excellent for everyday skiing and riding. Use the suspenders to keep them up or let them hang low for increased style points. No matter what you are into these pants are awesome. They are not, however, the warmest pants I've ever used. But this is easy to fix with more layers or even the Airblaster Ninja Suit one-piece.

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Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 3, 2008

5 5

Icelantic couldn't have done a better job with this symmetrical park ski. It has lots of pop while still maintaining a softer flex perfect for buttering and pressing. There is minimal chatter at high speeds so you can still rip up the rest of the mountain after hitting up the park. Edges and topsheets are rock solid and the overall build of the ski is just amazing. I highly recommend this ski.

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Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 3, 2008

5 5

The Nomads are incredible. Float with ease through the powder and cut through crud like nobody's business. Great for everywhere on the mountain whether it's up in the powder-filled bowls or down on the hard-packed groomers. This ski will rip through any condition. It is very stiff so lighter riders beware. Despite the stiff flex, however, the ski is poppy and fun once you get used to it. Don't be afraid to take these through the park on your way down. Stomping landings on these bad boys is as easy as walking.

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Andrew Spickert wrote a review of on November 3, 2008

5 5

I love this jacket. It is super warm with the liner in and can be worn just as a shell on hotter days which is super sick. It's pretty much like having 3 jackets in one. You get the liner alone which is a stylie casual jacket. Then you have the shell which can be worn with any number of layers depending on how warm it is when you're skiing. It's nice and waterproof so no need to worry about getting wet. Then you put the liner and shell together and you have a jacket that's just as warm as my Holden down jacket. I highly recommend this jacket.

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