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Cornell Brown

Cornell Brown

Saratoga Springs, UT

Cornell Brown's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Paddling

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on May 15, 2012

4 5

I picked up the Ex Officio Air Strip Lite Shirt for a canoe trip and it worked perfectly for keeping the sun and wind off all week. It breathes well, handles all sun, and has a number of features that seem small but add to the shirts functionality. I especially like the double collar for protecting your neck. The shirt is REALLY cut generously. This is great in the morning when you want to throw a base layer on under it and does help with keeping you cool, but if you are in between sizes, I'd say go smaller.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on May 15, 2012

5 5

I absolutely love the OR Helios Hat. It fits perfectly, sheds water well enough to use in the rain, and keeps me from having to lather my dome in sunscreen. I was right in between sizes and decided to go a size up. So glad I did. There is a drawstring closure which allows you to fit the hat perfectly and between this and the chinstrap, this thing will stay on in any kind of weather.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on May 15, 2012

4 5

The Eagle Nest Outfitters ProFly is the perfect size for throwing in your pack "just in case". After riding out a nasty storm last year in the Uintas, I knew I wanted something that I could put up quickly, was light enough to vanish when not in use, and built to handle anything that came my way. The ProFly has accomplished all of these and more.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on July 22, 2011

5 5

The Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover is my new favorite piece of gear period. It is warm enough for chilly mornings at elevation, yet doesn't roast your organs in the evening by the fire. The shortened zipper on the pullover means it layers nicely under other zippered pieces, yet is long enough to act as a vent if things heat up. Less zipper also means less weight and bulk for throwing in your pack. I am fairly sure that when packed into its own pocket, this thing is smaller than my cell phone and weighs considerably less. It runs true to size and the sleeves are not built for a gorilla; which those of us with normal to short arms appreciate. I had debated on a light insulated piece for quite a while, but glad I waited for this one. It is everything I was hoping to get.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on March 20, 2009

5 5

While the Ride Contrabands take a little more work to set up compared to most other bindings, they are definitely worth the effort. The Contrabands hold more solidly than anything else out there, have amazing response, and I'm not sure that any single human can hurt these. Drop the cash on the Ride Contrabands, watch the video on how to fit them, and shred anything that gets in your way.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on January 12, 2009

4 5

The Dynastar Big Troubles definitely handle any trouble that comes their way. From charging groomers to floating in the powder, these made short work of anything I could put them through. They do feel a bit heavier than some skis of similar size, but their stability and the ability to power through anything definitely make up for it. If you are looking for an oversize ski for the deep days out west, the Big Troubles would definitely fit the bill.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on July 8, 2008

4 5

I picked these up for my wife who always has cold hands and have been really impressed with them. No longer does she have a problem with chilly fingers, nor does she worry about them getting damp. The Hyvent/Gore combination does a great job keeping the moisture out and the Heatseeker insulation is super efficient without too much bulk. Overall, a great option.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on March 25, 2008

5 5

This is by far the most expensive glove I have ever purchased but in my opinion worth every penny. I have worn the liners separately for most of the ski season and they are perfect unless the snow is REALLY wet. The shells fit well and NOTHING comes through them. I am not sure that I will ever need to use both the liners and the shells together as the warmth individually is enough for everything but the coldest temps. If you need a glove for those frostbite inducing days, these would definitely do the trick.

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Cornell Brown wrote a review of on March 4, 2008

5 5

This is my first pair of Mountain Khaki pants and I can honestly say that they might be the most comfortable pants I have ever owned. They do run a touch small, so I would recommend that you size up one size from what you normally would wear, but other than that they are are flawless. They definately won't be my last pair of these.

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