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Bryan Vernetson

Bryan Vernetson

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Bryan Vernetson's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Running
Biking
Skiing
Climbing

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Bryan Vernetson

Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on February 29, 2012

5 5

I had the Smith Optics T-Nine for years. Lost them in a river a couple years ago and was devastated. Got these sunglasses last year and i have to say they are probably the best replacement for my T-Nines. Too bad Smith doesn't make those anymore. For fit...I have a large head and love full coverage lenses. These are perfect except the lens doesn't cover to the bottom of the eye, you still get a little gap there. Oh well, none did as well as the T-Nine.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on February 29, 2012

5 5

I think Marmot has some fantastic colors and this top does not disappoint. On top of that the fleece they use is just warm enough while being low profile for layering with a base and a softshell. There are nose wipe zones on the cuffs, a high neck with zip, chest zip pocket and the stretch is no joke. For fit...I am 6' 2" 185 lbs. and have a large.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

4 5

I always seem to have a love/hate relationship with snowboard boots. They usually fit fantastic and feel great, but then something runs a muck. With the Imperial it is that the toe collapses under pressure from the Cap Strap on my Cartel bindings and only the right boot!!! I don't know what it is since i have adjusted them pretty much every way possible. Very weird. Other than that the boot is sick. Upper and lower lacing system, Vibram outsole, stiff enough to ride the whole mountain, and warm! Get 'em!

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on February 23, 2012

5 5

Best all around binding I've ever ridden. Love them setup on my Joystick. The adjustments you can make to the bindings like strap length and where they hit, hiback cant and forward lean, they all rock and are pretty much all tool-less. Yes, EST means it will only work with ICS Burton boards. I highly recommend the combination of ICS board and EST bindings. The feel of the board is ten times better.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on February 20, 2012

4 5

These are pretty sick. Used Cyborgs for years and the new Stinger beats them for mono-point usage. The new geometry grabs rock better and the mono-point is great. Fit is about the same as Cyborgs, although the front point sticks out a little farther than my Cyborgs, even after adjusting. Great all around mono-point setup.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on April 16, 2010

5 5

Extremely comfortable, lightweight, good gear loops for clipping. Taking whippers in this harness is no sweat and racking gear for a multi-pitch climb is easy with all the gear loops, slim design, and rear haul loop. I have had the Petzl Corax (old blue and the last greenish one) and this harness beats both, minus the adjustable legs. If you can deal without, then get one!!! If not, get the BD Xenos.

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Bryan Vernetson wrote a review of on August 28, 2009

5 5

This harness is great! I've had this the last few weeks and it is great for sport and trad. Will be using it in a couple months for ice, but i am sure it will perform flawlessly. It is incredibly comfortable and comes with an ice clipper! The clipper slots are positioned great, gear loops are perfect, and the adjustable buckles allowed me to move from my Petzl over to BD. I do wish the waist had double buckles, but my waist size has the belay loop centered anyway. Highly suggest this for any climber.


Not in the description, but 1 Ice Clipper IS included!

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