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Bootboiler wrote a review of on October 18, 2011

1 5

I have two other pairs of Five-Ten climbing shoes, 9.5 / 42.5 and they fit perfect, these came and I could not even get my foot in them, they are at least a full size too small. There is $6.95 return fee, so be careful, try them on at a store or try your friends or something before you order. As I have to rate, I'll give them a 1, since I could not even try them on, but who really knows what they would have been like if I could have?

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Bootboiler wrote a review of on February 23, 2010

This is the new version, long live the old version
1 5

If you bought a pair of these a couple years back and loved them, like I did, don't buy these. I agree with all the comments about the material, and the way they move around. Why does Patagonia always make changes to their best selling stuff? Hello??? There is a reason people are buying it.They should add a warning to their products:"Warning! Except for the name, this is completely different from what you bought a year ago. It is made of cheaper material, and fits completely different, but hey, we make more money."The Old vs. New picture is attached, note the difference in size, they are both smalls, note the difference in the thickness of the material, the old is super thin, note the difference in the waist band and the leg bands... Cheap, worth about $8.00.

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Bootboiler wrote a review of on November 30, 2009

1 5

The last reviewer sums up my position on the "Why carry it if you also need to carry a back-up?" It is unreliable at best.

Why do I need to have the proper salinity to have the unit work, why not have an override that will allow me to turn on the light?

Why carry all those heavy extra batteries, why not have a hand crank to charge a Li-on battery?

Filters are tried and true.

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