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Brandon Warburton

Brandon Warburton

Park City, UT

Brandon Warburton's Passions

Fly Fishing
Biking
Skiing
Yoga

Brandon Warburton's Bio

Husband, father, and native Utahn. I love skiing, fly-fishing, mtn biking, and my family.

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Brandon Warburton

Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on November 11, 2009

4 5

I traded up from a Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero and am happy with the change. The MontBell is lighter, packs into a very small stuff sack (included), and I like the hood. Only thing I would like to see changed is a zippered pocket somewhere. As far as fit goes, it seems to fit pretty true-to-size for me...I have the large and am 6 ft., 170 lbs. and it fits just right.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on August 24, 2009

2 5

This runs very small- I initially ordered a medium because that is what I usually wear in Castelli, then returned for a large, and large still feels too small...it is very short in front and the sleeves are cut more like a tank top than a vest...I generally like Castelli stuff, but I'm not a big fan of this one...maybe if you size-up twice. On the positive side, it is very light/packable- fits easily in a jersey pocket.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on March 2, 2009

5 5

I've always had a problem with my goggles fogging up when hiking...I was a little skeptical about this fan system, but it actually works great and is very small so it stays out of the way. It is pretty loud on the high setting to the point where I've had people on the chair ask me what that buzzing noise is. The low setting does the job and is quiet- you just need to remember to turn it off at the end of the day or you will run down the batteries. Overall, great goggle.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on November 12, 2008

3 5

I've always loved Mountain Hardware gear, but this is the first piece I've owned that I'm mixed on. It is well-made and warm, but it fits me like a life preserver (I'm 6'/170 lbs. and have a Large). Almost too bulky to wear under a shell. Personally, I'd size down one or consider a lower-profile option like the Patagonia Down Sweater Vest.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on October 6, 2008

4 5

Overall, this is a good, lightweight jacket that packs well and is not too expensive. It would not be my first choice in heavy rain as it does soak through after awhile. I've also found that it does not breathe as well as some other shells that I've used. I use it as a packable layer to stuff in my fishing vest or Camelback when on the river or on a ride/hike.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on September 25, 2008

5 5

I've got this in the hooded and unhooded version and I love them both. The unhooded is a little more versatile and gets a lot of use- great layer for skiiing or other snow sports in the winter, or over a t-shirt in fall/spring for trail running, mtn biking, etc...I take mine everywhere I travel and sleep in it 30% of the year. Chest pocket is a great feature for keeping things organized.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on September 25, 2008

4 5

I've got these mounted on some 183 Gotamas and love them. They are great at the resort and in the backcountry. I did not notice the weight as much as some other reviewers, but agree that it's less than ideal to need to remove ski to lock (only downside). I didn't have any issues with icing-up when switching to the lock position. Overall, a good, solid binding.

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Brandon Warburtonwrote a review of on September 25, 2008

5 5

I've had these for 2 seasons and love them. Very warm, great for big powder days (deep bib w/good closure), and the palms are more durable than any other glove I've used- I usually go through 1-2 pairs per season as I ski the Snowbird tram most days and constantly holding your skis in line can throw your gloves a beating. These hold-up well.

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