Brad Mullins

Brad Mullins

Central IL, Houghton MI, Boulder CO, and Lander WY

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Brad's Passions

Trad Climbing
Telemark Skiing
Backpacking
Trail Running
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Ice Climbing
Mountaineering
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

Brad's Bio

Love alpine climbing, trail running, mtn biking, backpacking...pretty much anything that keeps me out of town. I love everything about the mountains and spend all the time that I can in them.

Brad Mullins

Brad Mullins wrote an answer about on July 15, 2014

The watch is the same for each. The Ambit 2 HR just comes with a heart rate strap in a package. This watch is compatible with all ANT+ accessories, you just have to pair them to the device.

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Brad Mullins wrote an answer about on June 1, 2011

I would advise against the GTX. It is much hotter and it won't dry nearly as fast as the non-GTX version. The GTX really only helps if the water is below shoe line. Otherwise your feet will stay soggy longer. Keeping your feet happy is one of the most important things in ultras. Hope that helps!

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Brad Mullins wrote an answer about on May 4, 2011

For your first question about the boots, they will fit if you get the binding sized correctly. Boots are boots, and these bindings will fit them. I'd go with the smaller bindings first, and see if they fit well, if not, send them back for the larger. As for the baseplates fitting a Burton board, they should fit if they come with the adapter plates. I'd ask a gear expert if they can check that out. Otherwise, you can probably buy them separately. Hope that helps!

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Brad Mullins wrote an answer about on May 3, 2011

Its just like anything else. If you beat it up and really abuse it, drag it through thorns, and run it over with your truck, its not gonna last. If you throw it in your pack on the approach and just use it normally, I've never had any chalk bag wear out. Just my 2 cents.

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