CRAIG LAING

CRAIG LAING

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Craig's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
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Biking
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CRAIG LAING wrote a review of on December 9, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I dont have a lot of luck with TNF fit. Im 6'2" 195lbs and ordered a large. Roomy around the chest but too short. Sleeves were barely long enough and it sounds like after a wash they would be too short. I guess I prefer more of a performance fit. Glad Backcountry has good return policy.

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CRAIG LAING wrote a review of on October 25, 2013

5 5

my daughter loves this. she prefers the fleece side out, but its a great option to reverse when there some precip. fits really nicely. if you want to get a few layers underneath go up a size. but in north carolina she only needs one layer under and we stayed with her normal size. wish they had a purple option for her younger sister.

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CRAIG LAING wrote an answer about on June 5, 2009

i have a large 29er with a reba and my bike fits nicely. i do think it might be a problem (or require more disassembly) if you have an xl frame with a long travel fork though.

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CRAIG LAING wrote a review of on May 27, 2009

5 5

crankbros make the slickest multi tools for sure.
no matter how many tools, they are relatively compact.
this one has everything you need (maybe too much). nice to have something with some weight in case you need to fight off a wild boar. i now ride singlespeed and have a park tool with not as many features. it does the job, but i do have tool envy.

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CRAIG LAING wrote a review of on May 26, 2009

4 5

bar is nice and light. seems strong too. i would give it 5 stars if you dont want to use bar ends. they claim the ends are reinforced but i heard some creaking and cracking when i was installing mine so i pulled the bar ends off. maybe they would be fine but i didnt want to risk impalement.

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