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Anonymous wrote a review of on November 29, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small

These boots are awesome. By that, I mean they're stiff, light, good grip, and they look awesome. The one drawback is that they run a little narrow. I didn't realize that right away because it was only at the end of the day that my feet would start to hurt, or when wearing super-thick socks for extra warmth. Tried stretching them with a professional shoe stretcher but they're so rugged it didn't work. My solution was to buy a second pair in wide. They're that good. Only pair of shoes I've ever needed in wide - buyer beware.

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Anonymous wrote a question about on July 11, 2011

Does this footprint contain only the 4 grommets on the corners or are there 8 of them to correspond to the ones on the tent? The picture of the rainfly and footprint on the mutha hubba tent shows 8 grommets, the pictures I've seen of only the footprint shows 4. Thanks.

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Anonymous wrote a question about on August 8, 2009

I'm a fan of the Oakley A frame 'cause of their multitude of different lens but I'm continuing my search for that elusive perfect fit. My problem results from having a long nose with a wide bridge. That means the A frames ride high up on my face as they can't slide down far enough on my nose. If I push them down to where they belong, I can't breathe well. Other than that, they're perfect.

Anyone know any snow goggle that would work well for a medium size head with a long nose and wide bridge? I tried the wisdoms but they were simply too big for me.

Thank you.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on November 21, 2008

1 5

Like the post above says, this is probably only for the side edge. Apparently like me, he couldn't figure out how to use it. For real. I couldn't figure out how to put the file stone into that professional looking handset if my life depended on it. Unfortunately, there's no directions either. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, but as it stands, I feel as though this product fails on the fitness of purpose measure.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on December 4, 2007

5 5

It came in, I pulled last years version out (you know, the ones that started playing solo after just a couple of weeks) and plugged these ones in. Initial impression is good - but I'm always stoked on my new gear. I'm definitely keeping the receipt on this one though so if one of the pads decides to give up the ghost, I'm a gonna turn 'er in. So far so good. The bass is bumpin', and I mean truly bumpin' (can be turned off) and they look good too. Definitely makes it obvious you're rockin' your tunes. So yeah, I recommend.

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