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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen

LCC, BCC, Wasatch, PC, Zion, Moab, Red Rocks, HP40, HCR, Niagara Glen

Casey's Passions

Road Running
Camping
Backpacking
Snowboarding
Trail Running
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Snowshoeing
Sport Climbing
Swimming
Bouldering

Casey's Bio

The mountains are the only cold hard bitch that has ever loved me back.

Backcountry.com’s Gear Gurus are the fount of knowledge that Gearheads routinely tap when the questions get tough and the resources scarce. We are a small but passionate team of experts tasked with doing the research in order to get you the information you need to make the right decisions about your gear. Whether we are getting in touch with the factory that made your skis, counting those essential grams, or making sure everything will work how it is supposed to, the Gear Guru’s leave no stone unturned in pursuit of your next adventure. Follow our adventures and exploits as they unfold.



Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 16, 2014

Hey Amos,

There really isn't much different between the Thrive and the Thrive SUP. The SUP have a slightly different cut to it so that it doesn't ride up or chaff your legs while standing with a wide base for an extended period of time.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 16, 2014

Hey Travis,

This pack does have a slightly narrow base so like you were thinking packing it out with your more bulky gear at the bottom might help, but really unless you always have your legs spread wide or really swing your hips a lot I can't imagine you hitting your legs often.

Silly question but have you banded the tips together? If you haven't then give that a try it should widen the base of the A-Frame and get your skis out of the way more.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 15, 2014

Hey Kimberly,

I am not in the habit of wearing womens underwear so I am probably not an expert on this but I am assuming that with the open back of this shirt that a bra strap would be pretty noticeable. From my limited experience with womens underwear I do know that there are all kinds of strapless options so I am sure that some company out there does make some kinda bra that you could probably use this shirt.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 15, 2014

Hey Lynn,

This jacket does come in XL, XXL and 3XL. We currently have some color option in XL and we have been able to get this in stock in XXL but are currently sold out. It doesn't look like we have been able to get the 3XL in stock which isn't a surprise since it looks like even The North Face is sold even currently sold of that size.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 15, 2014

We are unfortunately unable to ship the DC brand across United States boarders do to vendor restrictions.

For a list of brands with international restrictions check out the link below:

http://sales.liveperson.net/hc/s-9551721/cmd/kbresource/kb-1492583059167963978/view_question!PAGETYPE?sc=120&sp=94&sf=101133&documentid=239527&action=view&VisitorProfile=BCS2&MESSAGEVAR!home=yes&MESSAGEVAR!cookie=no&MESSAGEVAR!docid=239527

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on April 15, 2014

Hey Cokid,

I am going to assume the 56cm could be about right for you but I have a feeling it will likely be on the upper end of what will fit best. We could probably used a little more info to really narrow down that fit you if you wanted to chat in or give us a call we could put you with one of our bike experts so that we can be sure.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote a review of on April 14, 2014

4 5

My only complaint is that the secondary latch has been removed from the current production models. Honestly, its not that the latch has been removed that is upsetting even though it would be nice to have. What really bugs me is that the owners manual still has a nice little section talking about how awesome the secondary latch is. Its like buying a car that says it has an auxiliary port for the radio and then finding out that its actually only got a cassette player.

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