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Love anything active and outdoors. Rock climbing, scrambling, hiking, backpacking, camping.

Drew Lim

Drew Lim wrote a review of on April 22, 2012

4 5

This is a good pack, but I did find some things that I didn't like about it. I know several other people put this in their reviews as well, but the first thing I found was don't put too much weight in it or the suspension becomes uncomfortable. The second thing was also what James Jenden mentioned in his review, when you have a lot of gear in your pack you can't fit a camelback bladder. At least not without it breaking and getting your stuff wet. Other than those two things though, I do like the pack. I use it just for overnight camping trips when I don't have to carry too much stuff.

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Drew Lim wrote a review of on April 22, 2012

4 5

I used this tent for the first time this last weekend on a weekend camping trip. It worked good for what I needed. I'm 6'2" and didn't have a problem with space even with myself and my wife and our gear. It's a pretty roomy tent I think. The only thing that I didn't like about it is that there isn't a loop underneath of the door for a stake to hold down the floor, so the floor raises up and might trip you occasionally as you're going in and out. But other than that I was pretty impressed with it, especially since I bought it on sale.

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Drew Lim wrote a review of on February 25, 2012

5 5

I've worn these numerous times in low teen weather, with only jeans over them, and they have done an awesome job! They keep my legs warm when I'm idle and do not cause me to overheat when I am moving. I've gotten them wet several times, not on purpose, from rain and snow and they dry very quickly without even taking them off. Couldn't ask for more.

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Drew Lim wrote a review of on January 21, 2012

5 5

I bought these boots a little over a year ago, and have used them on several different hikes in Colorado as well as the Dolomites and I personally love them! They are light and comfortable, with no break in time whatsoever. I took them out on a 6 mile hike the same day that I got them and they were perfectly fine and comfortable. I was really impressed with them when I stood in several inches of water that came up over the toes and my feet were still dry. They are great hiking boots in my opinion!

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Drew Lim wrote a question about on January 19, 2012

Quick question. I am trying to climb Rainier and the Grand Teton this summer and am trying to figure out which boot would excel at both types of these climbs. I realize they are two different types of climbing, glacier and alpine rock, but what one boot would you suggest for this? I'm looking at these Trango Extreme's as well as the Salewa Raven Combi's.

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