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Cameron Erwert

Cameron Erwert

North Cascades and Enchantments

Cameron Erwert's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Snowshoeing
Climbing

Cameron Erwert's Bio

Kayaker, Hiker, Backpacker

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Cameron Erwert

Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on December 19, 2011

5 5

I have owned these songs for quite a while now, and they never lose their cool factor. These are my go-to 3-season sock. The fabric has plenty of cushion for hitting the trail, and resists the smell that comes with a solid day of hiking! They vent well in the heat and keep your toes toasty in the spring/fall. No complaints!

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on December 19, 2011

4 5

I've been using these gators for a little over a year now, and I love them. They fit tight to your boot, and are super easy to get on and off. The only complaint is that it can be a little tricky to tighten up the top straps. All things considered, these are a great bit of gear for the price.

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on December 19, 2011

4 5

This is a great mid layer for cold days, and a good outer layer for fall/spring.

The fabric is thinner than most fleece but still very warm! I also have not noticed much pilling in the fabric, and it has been through the wash numerous times.

The thumbholes are great for keeping the sleeves down, and the amount of hand area it covers is beyond your average top of similar type!

I really have only one con to note on this top... The stitching around the thumb holes seems like it'll wear quickly.

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on June 1, 2011

5 5

The MSR Hydration kit is a must for any Dromlite or MSR Dromedary Bag user. As if these water bags weren’t versatile enough to begin with, this just takes it up a notch!

Pro: Hose is sturdy and can take abuse, bite valve is well put together and delivers much needed water just like any othe. Fittings used to attach to dromedary bags are very solid and swivel for adjustment. Taste, what taste? You’re going to taste your water, that’s it.

Con: The provided little clip you see in the stock photo is pretty tough. It was difficult to keep it snapped in place when first purchase, but if you work the piece back and forth for a few minutes, it will be a lot more pliable.

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on June 1, 2011

5 5

The MSR Dromlite is easily one of my favorite pieces of gear by far. The dromlite is so versatile you won’t go adventuring without it. I use one of mine as a hydration bladder, and the others to carry fresh water down low in my kayak to help trim the boat when it’s loaded.

Pro: The fabric is incredibly flexible, making it very easy to pack up. The fabric is also VERY durable. I have set them on rocks numerous times, and not one leak, not even any sign of wear. The threading locks things up tight, so no worries of leaking. The 3-in-1 cap really is awesome, as the description says. The best part… -No Plastic Taste-

Con: It can be kind of awkward to fill

Tip: When you’re going to wash these out and dry them, use the plastic practice golf balls (holes in them). This will keep the bag open so you can let it dry out properly!

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on June 1, 2011

2 5

This is hat is clearly kind of crazy looking, but as the last reviewer stated, it does its job. I use mine the most when working outside, and occasionally while just relaxing creek side. Tried it out on a few paddling adventures, and unfortunately due to the chance of wind, it just get’s left at home now.

Pro: Water does not get through to your noggin’, nor does the harsh sun

Con: If it’s even a bit breezy out you’ll be wishing you had something else on, sits pretty high on the head

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Cameron Erwert wrote a review of on June 1, 2011

4 5

I have been very impressed with the Kavu Synthetic Strapvisor so far. I have been using it for a little over a year now, and it has taken some serious abuse! It shows no signs of wear and tear, and the color is till the same as when I bought it, no fading!

Pro: Stitching is very solid, super easy to adjust when the wind picks up, dries very quickly, and there is a d-ring on the back so you can clip it to your pack or in my situation, a pfd!

Con: The bill does not really hold its shape that well, but some could look at this as a plus, for ease of stuffing in a pack.

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