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Cody German

Cody German

Tha Dub J, ut

Cody German's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding

Cody German's Bio

When all you see is white, your in heaven. . . or in the middle of a snow storm, well, yea heaven

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Cody German

Cody Germanwrote a review of on January 20, 2009

4 5

I bought these goggles on a WM impulse buy because i wanted some lighter lensed goggles. SO i got a pair with the Persimmons lens and I couldn't be happier. The contrast is just right of overcast days to the brightest on lights. My only major problem was with fogging. When you wear a mask, the fogging factor comes to be a problem, but its easily fixed with a Smith No Fog Cloth (the best $2.00 investment I've ever made). They fit my domed head/small face just right.

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Cody Germanwrote a review of on January 7, 2009

5 5

These gloves are pretty good. At first, they are a pain to use with the liner, but you soon appreciate them. For a 5K waterproofing, they are more than formidable for any stormy day. But, as a 5K glove, expect some freezing on uber bad days. This has happened only once to me and it took a lot of water for it to happen. If you want some improvement on the warmth, I suggest the Burton Power Stretch Liner (BUR2376). The only reason I got those was cuz the I lost the original liners, but trust me, the new liners are golden for these gloves

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Cody Germanwrote a review of on June 9, 2008

5 5

This bag is the steeze beez kneez. Super Versatile. I'm outta my house for long periods of time and always have a bag. my ogio street just broke. This bag is equal if not better than that. room for all the things i have with me, including laptop, chords, a lunch, study material (so a few books about and inch each), zune, chords and headphones, stethoscope (I work first aid sometimes and use my own stethoscope), sunglasses/case, and still have room!! even with that much weight, its easy to haul around such a load. Contrary to the tech specs, there is a waistbelt that helps keep the pack close and secure.
I've taken this hiking, to work, used it as an overnight, and just as a day to day pack. After some staring at it, and my EMT senses tingled: i found i could even use this as a pretty effective trauma pack. It'd have room for a 150 piece kit at least (splints, gauze, curlex, scope, cuff, etc.). If you need a day to day pack that you use for all purposes, THIS IS YOUR BAG! No regrets. versatile

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