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Clay Stoner

Clay Stoner

North eastern Wyoming, Big Horn Mountains. Vedauwoo!

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clay's Passions

Trad Climbing
Camping
Backpacking
Trail Running
Bouldering

clay's Bio

Life is too short to spend it all inside. Growing up less than 30 min from the mountains, i was drawn to the local range. It allows me to do almost anything i want from biking, hiking/camping, and my addiction; climbing.

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Clay Stoner

Clay Stoner wrote a review of on September 9, 2011

4 5

I bought a set of these for free climbing in Vedauwoo, WY. They were a blessing on the flared no standard pro crux of Cool Jet (11.c).They allowed pro where there was otherwise nothing. Would have been R rated without. Cool Jet?... SENT!!! Thank you offsets

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Clay Stoner wrote a review of on April 1, 2009

4 5

All of the multiple zip modes make this a great air mattress for multiple types of company, from my younger cousins to my brother looking for somewhere to sleep and doesn't want to sleep on my love seat. Great price for all the purposes it has. The only negative thing that i have to say that it needs to be refilled each night or it eventually goes flat; common issue in air mattresses.

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Clay Stoner wrote a review of on March 27, 2009

4 5

The best part about the hiker pro is the adapters that come with it. One of them lets u put an adapter on a hidration bladder line and fill it without even taking it out of the pack, makes the whole getting water process a little less time consuming. It has really held up to some abuse and i have gotten a very reasonable amount of water out of one filter. The only con that i can find is that it is a little of the big size, when compared to some of the pens or a small bottle of chlorine.

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Clay Stoner wrote a review of on March 25, 2009

4 5

I really like how these shoes rock forward when running. It takes a lot energy from my calves and i can really feel the difference after really long runs. I ended up getting rid of the speed laces because it seemed like the small plastic cap would keep falling out and bouncing around. I have completely worn out a pair of these and plan on getting another pair. The only shoe that i use for trail running.

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Clay Stoner wrote a review of on March 23, 2009

3 5

There were the first shoe i bought. They were great to start out with, but aren't all that great on more technical climbing. The shoe has a lot of flex, even with propper sizing. The good thing about these shoes is that there was little break in time and i could wear them for multiple pitches without wanting to take them off for belaying.

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Clay Stoner wrote a review of on March 23, 2009

5 5

My rack has previously been limited to stoppers and hex due to money restraints. I bumped into a set of three(1,1.5,and2) for a resonable price, and have fallen in love. They are super light and make for some very confident plaecments. The coolest thing that i found with tri cams is that they can be placed in face pockets, and feel super solid. I still chuckle a little bit each time i place one of these in a pocket...tee hee.

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