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Chris McK

Chris McK

Guam and Micronesia

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Chris's Passions

Trail Running
Sport Climbing

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I'm all about adventure however I may find it.

Chris McK

Chris McK wrote a review of on August 26, 2010

3 5

These pants are great, for about two months. After two months, or less, they get holes in the crotch. They are usable after the holes form but the holes get bigger and it's just not a good place for a hole. I've owned two pairs of these pants and they both form holes in the same place after about the same amount of time. I do move in pants, not much sitting is done, so maybe that's the problem.

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Chris McK

Chris McK wrote a review of on October 28, 2008

5 5

I've been using these shoes for about a month now and I gotta say they are fantastic. I have been running on road, trails, beach, and rocks. The traction holds up great and even after accidentally getting hit by a wave from the Sea they dried out quickly (while running) and still run like new. The laces may be shorter than most but it cuts down on unnecessary weight as you can still easily tie them either bow or double-knotted.

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Chris McK wrote a review of on October 28, 2008

1 5

I've had these sandals for about two months now. First of all it took about two weeks of on and off use to get my feet used to these sandals. I've honestly never had to break flops in before this. Not quite a month of daily use turned the tops of the sandals into shreds. I still can't believe they ripped up so fast. The tred is good but cloth just falls apart. Also, the straps are for people with abnormally large feet. I'm not a fan.

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Chris McK wrote a review of on September 30, 2008

3 5

OK, I'm updating my past review. I've been through some intense rain with this jacket and have found that it likes to soak in water along the seams, especially in the cuffs and the waist of the jacket where drink seems to gather. I'm not too sure how long it normally takes a rain jacket to dry but this one has taken more than 8 hours after a heavy storm (and that's when it was being hung out, in humid weather). I've checked my seams and have found that they are inconsistant. Oh, and when in heavy rain the hood also drips water down into the neck when it's pulled tight. It is really light though. I'd say it's a decent 40 dollar jacket.

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Chris McK wrote a review of on September 22, 2008

4 5

This jacket is really light and works great for keeping water off. I've been using this for about a month in Guam and it rains here nearly every day from downpour to light drizzle this thing keeps my upper body really dry. However, my pocket seam did come undone recently. But I bet it's just a defect in the jacket I got.

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