Brian Limoges

Brian Limoges

Park City, Utah

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Brian's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Running
Skiing

Brian's Bio

Grew up on the Ice Coast. Skied a lot, more or less took off five years to travel and surf, then moved to Tahoe for long-overdue mountainous fun. Got a job here at Backcountry and made the journey to Park City.

Brian Limoges

Brian Limoges wrote a review of on November 14, 2010

5 5

I had the pleasure of rocking these bibs all last season in the Wasatch and to a trip up to British Columbia as well. I have owned a lot of pairs of ski pants in my lifetime, but I can honestly say that these are the burliest and most bombproof I have ever owned. From the indestructible kick-guards to the waterproof YKK Aquaguard zippers throughout and the handy chest and upper thigh pocketing, these bibs do not disappoint! The waterproof/breathable characteristics of the fabric work well in all conditions - from 33 degree rain and sleet to skinning up the Wasatch backcountry these pants will keep you dry when you need it by keeping moisture out...including your own when exerting yourself in any condition.

There were only a few things I would have changed about the bibs I had from last year:

1.) the lack of hand pockets
2.) the overall fit needed to be dialed just a little bit more.

But since John, Tripp, and Chris are striving towards making the perfect bib they perfected the fit this year and added hand pockets as well as updating the style. There dedication to making the highest quality AND stylish outerwear on the market is commendable and is clear in these rad bibs!

Highly recommended!!!

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Brian Limoges wrote an answer about on June 22, 2010

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Brian Limoges wrote an answer about on June 8, 2010

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Even though it is rated to 30 meters, it is not waterproof or recommended to wear while fully immersed in water. Casual water hitting the watch is fine, but any type of high pressure water situation (such as swimming with waves crashing over you) may compromise the integrity of the waterproofing.

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Brian Limoges wrote a review of on May 12, 2010

5 5

I have a pair of the VZ Snarks in the Facemelt Swamp Juice/Astro Chrome and they are dope! I get compliments on them all the time and everyone wants to try them on. The frame is made of nylon grilamid meaning they are tough and can flex a bit, they have a base 6 wrap meaning they will cover your face and protect your eyes from the sun, and the reflective lenses are just baller! I would give them 6 stars if I could...

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Brian Limoges wrote a review of on May 10, 2010

5 5

I have a lot of beanies and this one is definitely one of my top go-to hats. The jersey-knit cotton interior makes it very soft and comfy. The fact that it is over-sized helps make it so nice too. No pressure on your dome and it feels like you are not wearing a beanie at all. It has the perfect amount of "saggage" without being ridiculous and is great. I really dig it!

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Brian Limoges wrote a review of on April 30, 2010

5 5

I have this hat in the Gray Herringbone. I literally get compliments on it every single time I wear it. It is an updated fit of the traditional "newsie" style hat in that it fits a little bigger and baggier (and more comfortable in my opinion)and has a little more coverage. The inside of this hat is silk lined and it is extremely comfortable. I will definitely be picking up this hat in different colorways!

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