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Camden

Wasatch Back and the Eastern Sierra

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Hiking & Camping
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Camden wrote an answer about on July 10, 2008

I wouldn't worry as much with an insulated boot. You are right that sizing does vary slightly from manufacturer to manufacturer, but insulated boots will never be as precise of a fit as other types of footwear. Based on reviews, I went up half a size in the pull on version of these boots and found that they're a good fit with thick winter socks. That said, I probably could have gone with my regular size. If you sometimes have to size up, then I would size up in this boot just to be safe.As for a direct answer to your question of how sizes are calculated, each manufacturer calculates them slightly differently. If it's a real concern that you'll get the wrong size, then try to find them locally. Or you could order from Zappos since they pay for shipping on returns. However, they only take returns for unworn shoes. Backcountry has a much more liberal return policy.

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Camden wrote a review of on June 19, 2008

5 5

I've had the 10" version of this pan for a few years and always take it with me when I'm car camping. It distributes heat evenly, the non-stick has been durable, and the folding handle is a great space saver. The handle also doesn't get hot, which is a problem I've had with various other frying pans. Highly recommended.

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Camden wrote a review of on June 3, 2008

4 5

I've really got no big complaints about this one. The hood seems big enough to wear over a helmet, which is a little odd for a non-tech jacket, but that's not a big deal. I've been comfortable anywhere from 55 degrees down to just below freezing. I love the styling and the fact that the logo placement is subtle since I hate being a billboard for anyone. I'm 6'1", 175 lbs and went with the large. Fit is right on. Wish there was a version without a hood.

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