Cheri

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Cheri's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Trail Running
Road Cycling
Sport Climbing

Cheri's Bio

love the outdoors. period. nature brings me closer to God and gives me joy.

Cheri

Cheri wrote a review of on June 11, 2013

5 5

I got these from Backcountry, using the $20 coupon they sent, too. They cost like $35 total - thanks Backcountry!! Anyway, when I first got them they were the most uncomfortable shoes I've ever worn. I thought, "no way!" But after reading online reviews, I pushed through...and I'm so glad I did. The toe thing felt HORRIBLE. Now it's not bad at all, and the foot bed feels great. I'd say it took about a week for them to feel good. And they look so cute!! I'm happy, especially with the amazing deal! :)

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Cheri wrote a review of on April 7, 2013

3 5

Well, I can't complain, since I used my $20 off coupon to buy the polka-dotted purse, when it was already on sale...got it for the price of shipping. I'm giving it to my mom as a gift. It's cute, but the strap is too short for a longer body (I'm 6'0''). Also, the purse itself looks longer in person than it does in the picture. Wish it would work for me, but like I said, can't complain. Love backcountry!! <3

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Cheri wrote a review of on January 9, 2011

5 5

I purchased these shoes about a month and a half ago. And, I love them! I can really trust my feet on even tiny chips, and smear confidently, too. They have stretched out a bit, but still need to be taken off after each climb. I got them a size and a half smaller than my normal size. I would get them again, especially if I had some sort of discount! Also, I would maybe consider going a full 2 sizes down. Overall, great shoe.

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Cheri wrote a review of on January 9, 2011

5 5

I got this sweet bag for my mom for Christmas (she's a big Kavu fan). However, when it came in the mail, I was really tempted to keep it for myself! The fabric is super-cool, and the size is big enough, but not too big. Plus, you could totally use it as an everyday bag, even though it will make you feel outdoorsy and rugged. If you dream of the backcountry while going through your work day, this bag is for you : )

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Cheri wrote a review of on May 11, 2010

4 5

so, these shoes (last year's model) are pretty great for your first pair of climbing shoes. i'm guessing that's what their main use is, since they have two flaws i have noticed: 1. they smell really bad after about two months of wear. i cannot handle it so i try not to take them off...which has led to the second issue. 2. they stretch out significantly. they no longer hurt my feet at all. this is a problem. the reason i gave them four stars? find 'em cheap (you can), the color : ), good beginner quality.

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Cheri wrote a review of on January 14, 2010

5 5

I bought these for my friend, who is in charge of multiple recesses at a K-12 school. She is hardcore about good winter clothing. She loved them so much that she promptly went out and bought another pair. She loves the way they keep her whole lower leg warm. I don't have these exact socks, but love smartwool in general. Yay!

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Cheri wrote a review of on December 11, 2009

5 5

I ordered these boots in an attempt to embrace winter in Wisconsin. After living in Siberia (for real!) and wearing Sorels, I knew Sorel to be a dependable brand. The Cumberland boots are true-to-size, very comfortable, waterproof, and toasty! I plan on snow shoeing, hiking, and just being outside as much as possible in them! Another positive - I've gotten tons of compliments on their "cuteness." They look better than similar-type North Face boots, and they're cheaper. Yippeeee!

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Cheri wrote a review of on June 7, 2009

5 5

After friends raved about their Chacos, I decided it was time to give 'em a try. Now I see why! I have not so great knees, and they have really helped with good support. Also, don't be alarmed if they give you blisters at first, or don't seem as amazing as expected. They will come around in a week or two. They seem like they'll last for a super-long time. Yay for Chacos!!! : ) p.s. they look good, too.

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