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Anti85 wrote a review of on November 24, 2013

2 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had these for about five years, tried and tested in a variety of conditions - bound to freeze if the temperatures vary, but unfortunately I've had them freeze in -28 (C) when there was absolutely no wet snow around, and that was seriously uncool. I couldn't fit the entire ski in my tent to heat it up enough to free the shoes, so my shoes was attached to my skis for five days. Needless to say, my feet were freezing the entire trip. I Changed to manual bindings as soon as i got home, and have never had any problems with those. If you're dependant on your gear, go manual. for daytrips, these are fine.

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Anti85 wrote a question about on January 20, 2013

Can this be pitched in a single operation? I need a tent for serious winter camping, and i love the design, interior and vestibules on this one. big plus for stormflaps on the vestibule. But from the video it looks like it'd be near impossible to pitch in a howling snowstorm with thick mittens on?
Has anyone had any problems with the holes for the poles filling with snow?

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Anti85 wrote a review of on August 27, 2011

Nothing bad to say about this one.
4 5

When I decided to buy this helmet the price and the colour was most important to me - after all, it's my first helmet, i had no idea what to look for. Imagine how dissappointed I was when the green was sold out, and i had to get the blue one because I needed it right away... But I'm getting the green for the missus instead ;)
I like the adjustment on this one, suitable for all temperatures.

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