Duck

Duck

Brighton, The Canyons, Lake Powell, Big Cottonwood

Duck's Bio

Love to snowboard and play in the great outdoors of Utah

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Duck wrote a review of on June 13, 2012

4 5

Bought a Marmot Helium bag this spring, put it to some quality use a few times and then I took it to Lake Mead with 40 of my ass-hat friends. (In retrospect I don't know why I took a $400 bag to a car-camping lake party). One of my dearest buddies had about a dozen too many drinks and when it all came up and he lost his cookies... it was all over my bag. I wanted to cement his feet and toss him in the lake, I'm sure it wouldn't be the first body in a lake outside of Vegas. Anywho, I got home, picked up this gem of a detergent and after the laundromat and a few house of no-heat drying with tennis balls my bag is as good as new. Moral of the story, don't let your overly-drunk friends sleep near your down goods, but if you do: get this Nikwax to safely clean out the yuck

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Duck wrote a review of on June 13, 2012

4 5

As some reviews have pointed out, these are not the most quality glasses. However, my 4 star rating is based off of cost vs performance/style. They're $12 and for good reason, there are no bells or whistles (hell, a bell and a whistle on sunglasses might be the next big thing, eh?). You get what you see, so if you're looking for a good looking pair of shades that you couldn't care less about losing, hop on these! They look almost as good as their $150 counterparts. Be sure to add another $38 worth of goods to get hooked up on free shipping and make the purchase worth it!

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Duck wrote a review of on May 1, 2012

5 5

Picked this package up for a trip to North Wash, south of Hanksville, UT. 2 full days and 4 canyons later, it held up and was comfortable for every rappel. Haven't taken it out actually climbing yet, just on this canyoneering trip so far. Adjustable leg loops were a big selling point for me, so I can wear these with shorts while climbing or over a dry suit and any other bulk in the cold canyon waters. Biner and belay device are as good as any other and at this price, definitely a must have for any expedition that requires these goods.

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Duck wrote a review of on April 18, 2012

5 5

I've got a big ol noggin with a big goofy face to accompany it, but these Monster Dogs do the trick to make it all look somewhat normal. Breathability is great during a workout in any condition and they give you great goggle-like protection without being the size of aviators. Biking, hiking, spring skiing... these are a must have.

Word has it they're good for bird hunting with Dick Cheney as well, BOOM.

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Duck wrote a review of on April 18, 2012

5 5

My friend had these on a camping trip last summer and wouldn't shut up about how much he loved them and how comfy they were. I had to put his word to the test and I'm nothing short of stoked that I did! I'm about to pull the trigger on another color, as these are the most comfortable flip flops I've ever had. Only a month into wearing them, but they look like they'll hold up for the long run. I'm usually a 10.5 - 11, got the 11 in these and they're perfect.

Bottom line, getcha' some!

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Duck wrote a review of on November 30, 2011

2 5

I should have looked at the detailed views before ordering, as this is stitched shorter in the back. I like to wear them like that, but i like the option of not as well. Sending it back, but if you're down for the back stitched go for it...

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Duck wrote a review of on August 15, 2011

The Sky is the Limit!
5 5

Well, technically 18 cubic feet is the limit... but you get the point, right? My car already looks like a box, so I decided to put another box on top. It holds everything I have ever needed it to. 5-6 Snowboards and boots in the winter, way more camping gear than you'd ever need in the summer and since my Honda Element only has 4 seats on the interior, this bad boy can be used to put an extra passenger in. I don't think Yakima would support this statement, but they sure did make enough room for it! Getcha' some!

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Duck wrote a review of on January 12, 2011

5 5

Breathable, comfortable and good looking. I've had Under Armour and Patagonia baselayers in the past, but this year I thought I'd give Stoic a try and I'll never look back. One of my favorite features are the thumbholes. It gives you that much more warmth and protection from the snow when you stick your hand in your mitt while charging the mountain. Get it!

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Duck posted an image about on November 30, 2010

Cozy noggin

This beanie is basic and ballin all at the same time. Kept my head all sorts of toasty on a cold Snowbird day this last weekend. Nice thick acrylic as well, not flimspy stuff you seem to be finding with other beanies this season. This noggin nooogy is dialed. Get it. Meow.

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