Brennan Crellin

Brennan Crellin

Reside: Draper, UT | Romp: Indian Creek, Boulder, Yosemite, City of Rocks, Zion's National Park.

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Running
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Brennan Crellin

Brennan Crellin posted an image about on April 16, 2012

Must-have for sending crack

Best thin toes point for sending narrow crack. Lower ankle box than TC Pro, which I like. These stick to sandstone and granite like champs from my experience.

These are perfect for slab and crack. I do not recommend these for technical face climbing. I am always confused when I see someone climbing sport in these, get a more aggressive shoe for that.

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Brennan Crellin wrote a review of on April 16, 2012

5 5

This has only shielded me from tiny pebbles so far, and hopefully nothing bigger travels into my head in the future. I own the black one, I was concerned it would get hot climbing in the desert, but it ventilates so well that I don't notice the color adding to any heat. Forget it's on my head frequently which is great. Awesome colors, light weight, comfortable chin strap.

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Brennan Crellin wrote an answer about on March 20, 2012

At 6' tall I fit exactly as expected in the ARX XL with a sleeping bag (and a few extra inches of space between bag and the canopy).

Individuals pushing 6'5" will begin to brush the ends of the tent with a sleeping bag. These tall individuals should pay attention to stake tent tightly to maximize length and minimize head/toe brushing on canopy.

ARX does an amazing job and eliminating condensation on canopy, so bag brushing against canopy is not the same concern as it would be in many other tents. Brushing in other tents can make bags wet, but ARX basically eliminates this wetness from occurring.

Designers are always seeking to improve Stoic product. Future ARX XL tent designs include an extended length, thanks to the great feedback from Stoic customers in the field.

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