Dean Raynes

Dean Raynes

Employee

Wasatch Mountains

Dean Raynes's Passions

Climbing
Biking
Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Running
Skiing
Snowboarding
Snowshoeing
Surfing
Yoga

Dean Raynes's Bio

I grew up in WV, and Moved to SLC in 2008, all for the snowboarding, and the climbing!

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Dean Raynes

Dean Rayneswrote a review of on June 30, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are great for going to the store, commuting to work, or just around town so you don't have to wear the sweaty backpack. They go on and off the bike super easy. And the laptop holder inside is great for keeping your computer secure. Love these bags even more when the price is right.

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Dean Raynes

Dean Rayneswrote a review of on March 7, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Having the option for that higher heel is so nice when going up those steep skin tracks. These heels are also strong. Feel free to kick that edge in while your heels are up and not feel like your going to break them. The notch makes putting them up and down with your pole easy so your not having to squat down every time.

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Dean Raynes

Dean Rayneswrote a review of on January 30, 2016

4 5

After having a quick lace boot for the past 2 seasons I am enjoying the old style lace boots again. They are much better at staying laced the same tightness all day. I found that these boots might start out just a little small but after a couple days in them they packed out and I feel like they are pretty true to size. These boots are one of the warmest and lightest boots I have ever owned. They are a good mid-range stiffness that can be adjusted by loosening up the inner lace a little bit, which is what I do for touring days. Really a great boot for the mid to upper price range.

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Dean Raynes

Dean Rayneswrote a review of on August 30, 2015

5 5

I use this pack for splitboard touring. The Avalanche pocket works great to keep shovel and probe at easy access. The board holder is secure and you can fit the skis on the sides of the pack for quick transfers from boot packing to skinning while going up. The bag is super durable material with a nice soft Google pocket for stashing them separately. The added helmet holder that stashes away is perfect for protecting your helmet.

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