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EZ-L Rockwell

EZ-L Rockwell

the Wasatch, the Uintahs, Sugarhouse & Liberty Parks, Moab, MN

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Leif's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing
Climbing

Leif's Bio

Skiing, hiking, camping, table-tennis (my new "nerd-sport" love!) Kung Fu Cinema passion -- Striving to be the least credible Backcountry.com reviewer of all time! Vote "NO"! :))

EZ-L Rockwell

EZ-L Rockwell wrote an answer about on September 30, 2010

Yes, Carrie you can :)

I am in the Group Sales Dept. and we routinely customize and logo products in bulk for customers placing larger orders.
Please e-mail me directly (or call) so we can continue this dialogue -

lahlgren@backcountry.com

Leif Ahlgren x7105
Group Sales Coordinator
lahlgren@backcountry.com
800.409.4502 x7105

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EZ-L Rockwell

EZ-L Rockwell wrote an answer about on April 28, 2009

Optimus Crux -- http://www.backcountry.com/store/OPS0001/Optimus-Crux-Stove.html -- Same stove. Just a little bit lighter, owing to one fewer pot stands. IT is also about $30 cheaper!
There is also the Optimus Crux lite, which omits the folding option, making it even lighter (2.5 oz!! from Optimus' site)
http://www.backcountry.com/store/OPS0008/Optimus-Crux-Lite-Stove.html
Those are the two I wold recommend to you, based on what you are looking for.
I do however, also have the Primus EtaExpress stove -- http://www.backcountry.com/store/PMS0032/Primus-EtaExpress-Stove.html -- It outperforms my Optimus Crux at all levels. It has a wider support base (nearly 1cm per arm) and boils water noticeably faster. Primus has done load-bearing testing with them and the EtaExpress can support a much heavier load than a cannister stove would ever be called to support. I prefer my Primus for performance.

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EZ-L Rockwell

EZ-L Rockwell wrote a review of on December 30, 2008

5 5

I love this jacket! It's unbelievably light at only 15.7oz. and the Polartec is super-fleecy and comfortable on the inside. The fit is nearly tailored for my body-type (6'1"/slender). I forget that I'm wearing a jacket when I have it on. It feels like you have on a tailored dress shirt made of soft-shell fabric. It fits snuggly under the arms, so when you reach over your head, it doesn't ride up. It feels like you are wearing a nicely tailored shirt, rather than a jacket. The zippers are super easy to find and slide effortlessly, all but the main zipper, which is reversed (i.e. on the woman's side). I had trouble with that one until someone told me to put some chapstick on it. It glides better now. The hood is small, but I assume it fits under an ice-climbing helmet nicely. Call me nuts, but I am thinking about getting another one, in case they discontinue this model before mine wears out. This jacket is great.

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EZ-L Rockwell wrote a review of on September 4, 2007

5 5

I love the "Gearslut" shirt! I'm a gearslut myself, so why not feature what you are. I was a little dismayed that the Medium turned out to be kinda baggy one me, but after washing & drying the first time, it shrunk up enough to my satisfaction. That's even after the tag states, "Pre-washed/pre-shrunk".

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