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Clark Mow wrote a review of on January 18, 2011

5 5

Just finished the Avy1 class. Those with the Barryvox generally outperformed everyone else (especially on multiple burials). So easy to use that right out of the box anyone with common sense can find beacons. With a little practice, you can feel fairly proficient in your beacon finding skills. OK it is a little more pricey than the others, but I have no regrets spending a little more on something that if I ever do have to use it, I know that when seconds count, I have the best equipment available to find my buddy or wife.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on June 28, 2010

4 5

I like the shoe, but it is for higher volume feet than the ones I have. I have smaller volume feet and while the shoe is the right length for my feet, the shoe feels sloppy and loose (not like the Masochists). I have tried to cinch it down and have resorted to wearing two pairs of thick socks. It has a good rock shield and was great on the Inka Trail which is very rough. I have been running in the Masochists and they are awesome, but just doesn't seem to have the same rock shield protection that the Rockridge has.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on December 15, 2009

5 5

I was a reluctant buyer thinking it was too small and wouldn't provide as much light as I wanted to trail run at night, but I was convinced by a friend to give it a try. After running with it I think it is Awesome! It is very lightweight and shines like a beacon. Wow! Awesome! Enough said.

By way of update. I have used the headlamp for more than a month now. No change in opinion. It is awesome. No regrets, and I would very highly recommend.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on September 30, 2009

5 5

I love these gloves and ride them both on the road and mountain biking. I have been in a couple of crashes on the road and they saved my knuckles. For me I like the non-padded grip and medium knuckle and hand protection. I have 3 pairs if that says anything. They have lasted well and have more than met my duration expectations. I do find they are a bit tight at the end of the fingers the first 3 or 4 rides until they wear in.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on September 29, 2009

5 5

These are best socks I have. I have run in smartwool socks up to this point and I still think they are good, but the Darn Tough Merino Wool cushion sock is a serious step up in quality. I could see why some may think it is a bit thick/plush. They are too thick for my liking for biking, but I think they are perfect for running in .

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on June 4, 2009

5 5

I was a bit suspicious at first. When I think of running shoes I think of Adidas, Asics, etc. not hiking shoe companies with their heavy bulky stiff shoes (even if I am going going off road). These are some of the best trail shoes I have had. Light, comfy stable, I can't think of a serious complaint. I am just dropping a note while I am here picking up my second pair.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on January 7, 2009

3 5

I have the Driclime vest and it is phenomenal for running so I thought I would get this to add to the stash for slightly colder days. I know Driclime is a great material and it would be great for running, but when I tried the jacket on I felt like I didn't have enough belly for it so I returned it. A+ on material and construction, D (for me) on fit. I'm in good shape and have an athletic build but nothing that I think would be unusual for the outdoor crowd that shops here. I'm 5' 9" weigh 165 lbs and normally wear a Medium. It fit well in the shoulders but I'm going to need to up my sucrose encrusted torus consumption before I get this jacket.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on January 2, 2009

5 5

I have a hard time finding pants that fit me very well but these fit great (for me at least). I am short from crotch to waist and have a 32" waist, and 28" legs. I'm not heavy or overly muscular as the dimensions would make it sound. I don't look any different than anybody else on the street, I just need room in the thigh I also tried the 1889 relaxed straight fit version but sent them back because they were too tall a "rise" and a very different fit and didn't work for me. If you don't like one you may want to try the other 1889 version. They are tough and appear that they will last a long time. I am totally happy with these.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on December 17, 2008

5 5

I have been looking for a nice pair of lightly cushioned brown socks for both running and to wear to work with my brown shoes on casual friday's. These are great socks! For running they have just the right amount of cushion, not too much not too little. I wore them in Moab on a trail run and they didn't look dirt stained out of the wash like often happens with lighter socks. They look great with my brown shoes on casual friday as well. I liked so much I bought another 6 pair.

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Clark Mow wrote a review of on December 15, 2008

5 5

This is my first DryClime product. I ran on a breezy cool 25 degree winter day and it was perfect with nothing but a baselayer. The vest is very light and was as warm or warmer than my fleece vest because of the wind protection while being only half as bulky. It also worked well on a day with no breeze and displaced moisture so well it felt dry at the end of the run. It doesn't have as much insulating value as my fleece vest when I am standing around, but then standing around isn't why I got it. If you run in cooler weather it is a great piece to have.

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