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Dan Brettner

Dan Brettner

Afton Alps, Trollhaugen, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek

Dan Brettner's Passions

Running
Climbing
Paddling
Biking
Skiing
Snowshoeing
Fly Fishing
Yoga

Dan Brettner's Bio

I ride a DC Ply 2013 with Burton Cartel Flex Bindings, DC Judge BOA boots.
I travel the world and enjoy the little things.

Dan Brettner

Dan Brettnerwrote a question about on May 23, 2015

Hi all! I'm backpacking Europe in a month and i'm trying to find a backpack for that month and a half of traveling for my girlfriend and I. I'm 5'11 and she is 5'6. Any recommendations on backpacks? We would like to be able to save some money and be able to carry them on the airplanes in Europe but will mostly be riding the trains. The trip will be end of june - mid august. This is our first time in Europe and we obviously don't want to make a big mistake and bring a backpack that is way to big in which we will dread carrying it or too small in which we can't fit are limited amount of stuff in it. Recommendations welcomed! I'd prefer to stick with osprey and we prefer dark backpacks. (and probably hydration compatible.) Thanks for reading!

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Dan Brettnerwrote a review of on December 22, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got these pants a few weeks ago. One thing I first noticed when I took them out, they are soft! They handle the Minnesota wind chill winters very well. Love the vents on the inside legs. No problems at all. The bottom of the snow pants also hold up well even while they've been dragging through the snow while snowboarding. Well made DC, Well made...

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Dan Brettnerwrote a review of on December 22, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got these a few weeks ago. Water proof = check. They are well built, I stand all day long and live in Minnesota with the snow. So far, so good. They are heavier then they look but you don't really notice after a few days. They fit true to their size. I didn't want to keep wearing my snow boots to work because they are heavy and loud when you walk around the Mall of America. These were a great purchase.

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Dan Brettnerwrote a review of on August 26, 2012

5 5

Awesome beanie for the windchilly days in Minnesota. Land of barely any snow and -30 degree windchills. I love my beanie and wear it everywhere. Keeps my ears warm and stays on my head when i eat shit from going big. All around sweet. Not alot of sag at the top like other beanies which makes it a perfect fit. Get it.

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Dan Brettnerposted an image about on April 28, 2012

My DC PLY

Board is super sick. I love it, almost more then my girlfriend. I upgrade from the DC XFB to the PLY this past year and i've noticed a big difference in my snowboarding abilities. Alot more pop. The board is way lighter so spinning comes with ease. I love the hybrid lock and load camber. I don't catch edges on boxes or rails anymore. It does get noodily when i go fast, but it is controllable. (Hit 70MPH at Beaver Creek this past winter using my iphone speedometer.) All around, this board was worth the money. I have the 150.5 with the black bottom and red DC letters. Highly recommend for backcountry pow, and park.

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Dan Brettnerwrote a review of on January 5, 2012

5 5

Got these boots the other day, and lets just say, I'm truely impressed. I had some thirtytwo boots before and i just could never get them to feel the same throughout the day of riding. I like the new ankle technology and the breathability. My foots doesn't move but it does not cut off circulation. That's what a snowboard boot is suppose to do. It was very responsive and I noticed I could control my spinning off jumps alot better aswell as the landings. 5 Stars to DC. I ride the 2008 DC XFB board right now, but the DC PLY is in the mail. It's gonna be a great winter. Cheers!

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