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Brian Vincent

Brian Vincent

East Coast Training Grounds.

Brian Vincent's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Running
Biking
Paddling
Climbing

Brian Vincent's Bio

First Chair to Last Call. If and when I fall, I always get back up..

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on October 10, 2009

BUY THIS BOOT---------!!!!
5 5

These shoes absolutely rock!! It is true they do take a little time to break in- don't return them cuz you think they don't fit right, cruise around in them for a couple days and you'll agree. Spend your loot on these puppies. Had to replace my old Asolo 520 Gtx's with these. Never buying any kind of hiking boot but Asolo's again. My whole sole came off from my 520's(due to dry rot and 5 years of hiking, not equipment failure)- and continued to hike down hill in sloppy water logged trail for about 1/2 mile and unbelievably my feet were totally dry. Asolo 1, Trail 0

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on January 12, 2009

5 5

This rack installs in minutes. It is really a matter of 4 bolts that grip your side rails(ones that run length wise). Fits my board no problem, and I don't even hear any wind noise. My boards are 158wide and 162 for pow days. The rack it self just sneaks in those big dogs. Skis are no problem, even the wide pow seth pistols. This rack slides to fit the width of your car also so your not locked in at one size. This is a must have.

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on January 4, 2009

5 5

This bad boy stands 11inches tall, about 3 wide. The top takes about three turns and is tight. Durable, hell yeah- got dropped off a fire tower- hit two trees then rock. Thought for sure it was toast, just a dime size dent in the bottom. No way a nalgene plastic bottle would have made that plunge. This does not have any type of liner in it but fluids manage to stay at a decent temp. Opening at top is about 1 3/4 round. Big enough to slam some nice sizes cubes in it. Just buy it already..

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on January 4, 2009

5 5

These are great for bluebird days. Just that it is a real pain sometimes popping the lenses in and out. Got to have clean paws too, so the insides don't scratch. Should invest in a different pair of wisdom googles, not any with iridium because they rock you about $150, buy the non iridium and then buy these lenses separate. Plus you'll now have a back-up orange permission lens for semi cloudy days.

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on January 4, 2009

4 5

I got this just for the non-clear container. Just as the other bottles this is by far one of the easier water bottles on the market. Wide mouth for what ever you want to put in it, food, water, mixed drink-whatever you want. Not durable from high heights, thus this purchase. Next to stainless, this is your next option for water storage, and true this thing never leaks if you have the lid tight.

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Brian Vincent wrote a review of on January 2, 2009

5 5

This watch is just like the pic. It looks great and feels great, according to my wife. The face has no numbers, but there are long hash marks at the 12,1,2,3,6,7,and 8. Little circles that look like paint spots are the rest(just like the pic). Worried about scatches on the face, just roll to the inside of your wrist. She says she gets asked all the time where she got it. At BC

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