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Brock Fisher

Brock Fisher

Squamish, BC Canada

Brock's Passions

Trad Climbing
Bouldering

Brock's Bio

I climb in Squamish and after a year of sport climbing in the area I quickly learned that up there what you should really be doing is Trad climbing and bouldering. I have moved my focus from sport climbing and I now just focus on those two disciplines, I Trad climb in the summer and boulder in the colder weather.

Brock Fisher

Brock Fisher wrote a review of on September 21, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been using this rope all summer for multipitch climbing in Squamish and it has yet to show any signs of wear and tear. With the new stronger sheath it really stands up to the harsh crystals found in Squamish granite and doesn't get all furry on ya!

Its an ideal rope for just about anything too! I took it sport climbing a couple weeks back and its light enough and smooth enough you feel like you are pulling up a much thinner rope.

Bottom line is if you are looking for a work horse rope but with out the punishing weight or thickness, I would recommend the Pulse.

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on May 2, 2012

I wouldn't wear them as general day to day boxers mostly because they are designed to cause blood flow to your legs to help with athletic performance. So unless you enjoy your upper leg and crotch area to be a little overly warm all day then I would keep them to something you wear while doing physical activity.

as for your question about being tight in the crotch no they have a kind of spandex mesh material there for your comfort and a little breathability, a "little"

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on May 2, 2012

Easy! if you take a look at what you are rolling on, it is a standard wheel and bearing set for skateboards. Go to your local skate shop (usually in the mall) and get your self a new set.

you will also be able to pick maybe better bearings and a harder compound wheels which will last you much longer.

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on May 2, 2012

unfortunately no.

here is a picture of how its sits on a trunk, as you can see it doesn't sit high enough and doesn't sit back enough on the trunk. You didn't specify on the model of lancer but if its the wagon model the yes it would fit.

http://rackwarehouse.com.p2.hostingprod.com/images/productimages/yakima/y2630.jpg

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on May 2, 2012

The pads will help the kayaks from possible slipping a little and thats if you don't really tighten it down.

I wouldn't go buy pads I would just use some old towels or something and if you feel as if the towels make a huge difference than look at purchasing pads in the future. No sense in spending money on something that "might" not be needed.

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on December 14, 2011

When I saw this in stores I would have to say it looked to be about a 16" chain but about 3 inches of it on the clasp ring side is standard ring loops so you can just clasp the chain to a lower ring to bring the chain to a smaller size.

I know its not the best answer but even NIXON on their website states the chain size as: ADJUSTABLE

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on December 14, 2011

No these particular lenses in these glasses are not.

The same Glasses but with model number:
(RB3379-04) or (RB3379-01) are polarized.

For more info you can check their website. hope this helps man!

http://www.ray-ban.com/usa/sunglasses/rb3379/004-58

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Brock Fisher wrote an answer about on December 14, 2011

Quicksilvers says that this belt will work for a waist size up to a 38" waist.

remember that these belts are Nylon so you just remove then end piece of metal with a flat head screw driver cut to length, melt the end with a lighter so it doesn't fray and squeeze the end cap back on with a pair of pliers.

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Brock Fisher

Brock Fisher wrote a review of on December 14, 2011

5 5

If you are reading this review one of the reasons why is you are probably wanting to make sure that if your going to spend this kind of money on a pair of jeans that everyone else that has already done so is very happy and have no complaints and in this case... YES I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THESE PANTS AND WOULD RECOMMEND THEM TO A FRIEND... there ya go I fulfilled your want for reassurance in purchasing 80 dollar pants.

If you still aren't sure here are some good reasons why you "should" buy these bad boys.

1. THE GUSSETED CROTCH ~ No real need to go into detail other than unless you enjoy ripping the crotch in normal jeans this makes life a lot nicer and doesn't cause a wicked draft in an area that does not like being cold....

2. THE LOOSE BAGGY FIT ~ This is the biggest reason why these pants are #1 in my opinion. The hardest problem with climbing pants and even some climbing shorts is they are designed for skinny dudes with no legs. I have been a runner and a mountain biker since I was 12 and with this I have grown up with some monster sized thighs and finally i found a pair of pants that accommodate my leg size that are perfect for a solid day at the crag but can also be great for going out for dinner with the family and still looking as if you put some effort into dressing yourself.

3. STRETCH ~ Prana have put out a pair of pants that look and feel as if they are real jeans but the difference is, in these you never have to lift up your pant leg so that your knees don't blow through the front of them while climbing or whatever activity you might be doing. This also means when you hop in your truck or whatever you drive you don't have to re-adjust your pants once you are in the driver seat because they stretch so well that you always feel "comfortable"

When it comes down to it most people wont buy these pants just because of the price but don't forget that you are not really buying just a single pair of pants, your buying a nice pair of jeans and also a nice pair of climbing pants all at the same time.

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