Eric Hromis wrote an answer about DAKINE SUP Paddle Sock on August 15, 2011
Fits paddles up to 84 inches (213cm).
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Fits paddles up to 84 inches (213cm).
According to backcountry's help section:
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I believe the cup and bowl are 14 fl. oz each.
According to the help section Backcountry.com: "We can ship Gnu & Lib Tech only to US and Canada"
Nope, just a "sod cloth along the perimeter keeps insects from getting inside."
I have a pair of the omni-dry convertible pants and i'm pretty sure the belt is exactly the same. On the pants the belt is removable and fits my 1.5 inch leather belt just fine.
The build quality on this thing is excellent, the scissors cut though cardboard and plastic packaging easily, and the knife is also super sharp. Some shortcomings: the nail file could be more aggressive, but on such as small tool its not that big of a deal; and the tweezers could be better. However, as previous reviews have said, you've always got this tool with you, and since it I hardly use the tweezers or nail file I find this tool very useful.
This watch is really nice, especially at this price. I got the silver w/black face and the pictures above don't really do the watch justice (check the nixon site for better pics). The watch also is a good size, not to big or uncomfortable. The quality seems very good. It's just a sweet looking casual watch.
Wow, these sho.. I mean sandals are super comfortable, wear them heel up or down. Sanuks are great as a slipper for around the house, or when camping, and they are heaven for your feet after they have been in climbing shoes for a hour. Mine do seem to get a bit of stink when I wear them barefoot, but antibacterial shoe spray gets rid of the smell easy. The comfort of these sandals easily negates this negative. I usually wear a size 7.5, I bought the 8's and they fit really well bare foot, but with socks on and the heel up they are a little tight. They are still new though, so hopefully they will stretch a little.
You should be happy, in Australia our dollar is stronger than yours and this sleeping bag still costs US$730 (AU$680).
The materials used on both jackets are essentially the same - ripstop nylon, and both have Patagonia's 2.5-layer H2NO waterproof and breathable fabric, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Both have hoods that roll up to stow (no zip). The fit is also similar.
Advantages of the Rainshadow:
- Lighter by 2.3 ounces (65.2g)
- Has DWR centre zipper (as opposed to the Torrentshell's internal/external storm flaps)
- Internal fabric has a raised pattern to enhance breathability and durability
Advantages of Torrentshell
- Cheaper by $60
- Stows in one of its zippered pockets
Basically the Rainshadow is slightly more technical, while the Torrentshell is a more basic rain jacket. It basically comes down to if you are willing to pay $60 extra for DWR zips and 2 ounces while sacrificing the stow away ability of the Torrentshell.
Hope this helps :)
The Norrøna website lists the weight as 580g.
Adds an extra layer between you and the wet ground but also adds a bit of protection for the tent itself. The fast fly option (footprint, poles and fly) is another option for warmer weather and so long as the mosquitoes stay away. Nice and light and compact - it just slips into the tent bag.
This is a great little light, its nice and bright for its size and the dimmer feature is good for saving battery, so small and compact, meaning you have no excuse to not take it hiking. It's perfect for inside a tent, especially smaller hiking tents.
This is a great hat, keeps your ears and face in the shade, is comfortable, and made of good material. A nice feature is the halo style tightening cord to keep the hat in place, and the chin cord which is removable.
Solace is the women's model, while hawkeye is the mens version - probably means they fit a little differently to each other.
Yes it will. Also, check the yakima website for more info, they have a neat program which selects the products that will fit on your vehicle, or click the "car rack configurator" link at the top of this page.
High intensity yellow or persimmon are the best for flat to low light.
This is what the oakley site says:
- Persimmon: Sport performance lens for flat to low light. Filters blue light to boost contrast and enhance depth perception in overcast or shaded conditions.
- High Intensity Yellow: Flat to very low light. Features an Iridium® coating for tuned contrast and reduced glare, perfect for extremely flat light or foggy conditions.
Check the sizing chart, the link is next to the drop down menu (where you pick the colour/size you want), at the top right of the page.