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Art Hough

Art Hough

Breck, CO

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Art Hough

Art Hough wrote a review of on July 16, 2010

4 5

I use these gloves for everything from gnarly downhill to riding my bike to work. They have good breathability so your hands won't turn into sweaty raisins at the end of a ride, and they're pretty burly in case you bif it at mach 1 on some singletrack. They get four stars cause the Kevlar on the outer palm started to come detached. Nothing a little thread and needle won't fix though. One more thing, I have long thumbs. The web between the thumb and forefinger on these gloves is just like many others, too short in my opinion. I tend to blow holes there first, but it hasn't happened yet on these.

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Art Hough wrote a review of on July 12, 2010

4 5

This is my first Dakine pack and they did not disappoint. I like it way more than my Camelbak. Plenty of little pockets to sort all of your stuff. This thing works great for DH and XC rides, as well as day hikes and skiing (just be aware your hose will freeze). I managed to strap my skis to it A-frame style. Good ventilation and a superior designed bite valve. Its open/close design is way better than Camelbak's. The only thing I noticed is that if the bite valve is left in the open position, it sometimes leaks water, hence the four stars. I just lock it closed and don't worry about it. Definitely a solid pack. A no brainer if its on Chainlove.

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Art Hough wrote a review of on June 8, 2010

4 5

I've had this pack for a while and I've only had the hose freeze up once, and it was REALLY cold. Other than that, the pack works great. Enough room for food and an extra layer without even expanding it. Its also nice that the ski carry straps tuck away in their own little pockets when not in use. The downside is that this is a winter pack. I've used this as a summer pack for hikes and bike rides, and it has absolutely no ventilation. Be prepared to sweat your ass off if you use this in the summer.

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Art Hough wrote a review of on April 10, 2009

5 5

I have no complaints about these bindings. I've ridden them for a half season now and they work great. I had a pair of crappy Forum bindings before, which is all I had to compare them to, but I did a bunch of research and everyone told me I'd be pleased with the Cartels. I haven't done much park riding with them, so I can't say how they handle there, but they're solid everywhere else in CO. Bottom line: Good Purchase, especially if they're on sale.

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Art Hough wrote a review of on December 18, 2008

4 5

This jacket rocks! The color is dope, the shell is waterproof, and the hood is removable. The only complaint I have is that it only has two "pockets" on the inside, a goggle and ipod pocket. The goggle pocket is absolutely useless on the mountain, but it keeps the newspaper dry on the walk home. Other than that, its a great jacket. Loose fit. I'm 6'4", 200lbs and I went with an XL for the sleeve length. A baselayer, fleece liner, and this shell kept me toasty and dry in a pretty hairy storm on top of Imperial Bowl where I could barely see my hand in front of my face. Own this jacket!

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