Dave Schultz

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Dave Schultz

Dave Schultz wrote a review of on March 18, 2013

5 5

i got the regular size (for when I'm not climbing) and the small (for when I'm climbing). First night (using the small): open bivy at 8k feet, 15 degrees out, no wind, clear skies, 30 degree bag, ropes and ski boot liners for my lower body and I was perfectly warm. pad rolls up into nothing, is so warm you can downgrade your sleeping bag like mad, and go SUPER lightweight for climbing. The sound might bother some people, but who cares when its the warmest, lightest, and most compact pad on the market.

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Dave Schultz wrote a review of on April 25, 2012

5 5

These boots are as good as it gets. They have a removable plastic tongue for making the skin up easier, and you can pop it right in if you need the extra downhill support. I personally don't ever need the tongue, so its an instant transition at the top. They also climb ice incredibly well. If you can find a pair of these in your size, do yourself a favor and buy them, they will be the last boots you will ever need to buy.

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Dave Schultz wrote a review of on April 25, 2012

5 5

These gloves are incredible. The dexterity is better than any other severe weather glove, you can pull the liner out and replace it with a heavier or lighter liner and still keep the shell, you can go without any liner for those hot spring days. They are super expensive, but they are so versatile its almost the only glove you need in your arsenal.

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Dave Schultz

Dave Schultz wrote a review of on April 25, 2012

5 5

This rope is great. I got the 80M for ski mountaineering to use as a single to ski-belay and its long enough to double when I need it for vertical travel and rappels. I liked it so much I bought a second one and use it for wondering multi-pitch rock, with good rope management your able to string together really long pitches. I will say that it has gotten super dirty, haven't washed it yet, but that may be a by-product of its skinny diameter.

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