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Derek T.

Derek T.

North FL

Derek T.'s Bio

By God's abundant grace I am alive and free to live for Him! As a result, I love to do the things that honor Him, and also love His creation, that's why I love going outdoors so much. Nothing like being in His creation and away from the world system. Any hiker/climber/backpacker can agree with this I'm sure!

Derek T.

Derek T. wrote a review of on March 4, 2011

5 5

I have the long sleeve version in the navy color. I don't like the performance shirts that stick to you like Teflon on a pan; I like to have them a little loose on me. I couldn't find anything like that in long sleeve until I came across the Justo Trek.

First off, I've never worn a shirt like this! Quite an amazing product. It feels very, very comfortable, and I wore it on a day here in northern FL where it was very warm recently. But the long sleeve wasn't really an issue; I kept it down pretty much the whole time. The only times I pulled them up a bit was b/c I didn't want to feel the sleeves around my hands. This thing didn't even really smell at the end of the day either, which is testament to the Chitosan antimicrobial feature. And it is VERY stylish. Got a compliment on it the first day i wore it. I bought a short sleeve one last night online and plan on buying more long and short sleeve versions of this.

If you are in the market for a performance shirt that looks and feels great, GET THIS ONE!

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Derek T.

Derek T. wrote a question about on March 4, 2011

Stretch vs. Ventilator

I live in north Florida and like to go trail and woods hiking. Occasionally I may come across some marshy, wet areas where my foot might sink down a bit. I almost bought the Stretch but cancelled the order b/c after reviewing the Ventilator I thought this would be a better shoe, particularly the Vent GTX.

My main question is this: Could I get by using just the regular Stretch for the conditions I described, or would it become completely wet and as a result wet my feet, or should I just go with the Vent GTX? Both look good. I also know there is the Stretch GTX, but would this be worth getting over the Vent GTX? I also plan on hiking a few miles at a time too, so which one has more comfort?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Which one do you think would be better if you've worn both?

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Derek T.

Derek T. wrote a question about on March 4, 2011

Stretch vs. Ventilator: I live in north Florida and like to go trail and woods hiking. Occasionally I may come across some marshy, wet areas where my foot might sink down a bit. I almost bought the Stretch but cancelled the order b/c after reviewing the Ventilator I thought this would be a better shoe, particularly the Vent GTX.

My main question is this: Could I get by using just the regular Stretch for the conditions I described, or would it become completely wet and as a result wet my feet, or should I just go with the Vent GTX? Both look good. I also know there is the Stretch GTX, but would this be worth getting over the Vent GTX? I also plan on hiking a few miles at a time too, so which one has more comfort?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Which one do you think would be better if you've worn both?

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