Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen

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

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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 July 28, 2014

Hey Kerry,

David is correct about getting your chest measurement so we can select the correct size. Keep in mind that this jersey is a race cut which means it is a really tight fit so if you are getting this for casual rides you might want to size up.

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Wayne Christoffersen

Wayne Christoffersen wrote an answer about on July 25, 2014

Hey Leeroy,

Depending on how you ride and where you ride that size will fluctuate a few cm but the 154 is the largest size we have at the moment and that is going to be way too small for you. The size chart we have listed is a pretty good place to start for a rough idea on size but why not give us a call or chat in and on of our Gearheads can find the right board for you that we also have in the correct size.

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Wayne Christoffersen posted a video about on July 25, 2014

The Ultra Quasar has always been at the cutting edge of low weight mountain tents and still remains the only choice when a combination of total reliability and low weight are esential.

The same stable, spacious design gains a radically redesigned inner with white fabric and scalloped pole sleeves. The result is improved ventilation, reduced weight and a light airy feel. 8.55mm DAC Featherlite poles (as used on the Laser Comp) reduce weight further to well under 3Kg minimum weight. The new guyline system is stronger and easier to use further increasing poor weather stability.

Low weight, two entrances and an exceptionally stable geodesic design

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