Eric Olofsonposted an image about LuminAID PackLite Spectra Lantern on July 25, 2016
LuminAID settin' the mood in the Uintas...
LuminAID settin' the mood in the Uintas...
I actually picked these up to mount on the wall in opposite corners of my band's practice space. Obviously, not really their intended purpose, but with all the noise and vibration going on in the small room, they've stayed right in place. Surfing, boating, skating, snow shredding, you name it... I can see these being great for many different activities.
I love that these have a more athletic/slim cut than most sweats. And they are soft and comfy. Definitely my new favorite loungers.
Just picked this up to add to my backpacking kit. Haven't had the chance to test it out in the wild yet but it seems really nice. It's pretty lightweight but has a really good hand-feel. Seems fairly sharp. I expect this will be great for smaller logs, branches and tinder. The sheath and fire starter are nice bonuses.
This little thing is pretty awesome. Lightweight, compact, easy to use, lots of color options, and seems to charge pretty quickly. Puts out a really nice ambient light. The waterproofness is a nice bonus, too. Recommended!
Bought a chunk of the "warm" for those late season spring days. And I'll probably leave it on over the summer while my board sadly slumbers beneath my bed, dreaming of next season's first snowfall.
Makes a tasty cup o' joe and burns away the morning brain fog!
Used once so far and it definitely got my drivetrain clean and running smooth again. I either didn't realize just how dirty my chain and gears were or I dove in too eagerly but, man, I made a mess, getting black liquid all over my frame. Probably me just being a careless idiot but next time my chain/gears are that dirty, I'll be more careful and maybe even remove the chain as Dana suggests. I'm happy with the cleaning system, though, and the brush is really helpful with getting at that cassette.
After summer/fall commuting and then a lengthy slumber over the winter in my basement, my bike was feeling a little sluggish on my first couple spring rides. Ran my chain through a chain cleaner, lubed 'er up with this stuff, and zing! My drivetrain in happy and smooth again. Good stuff.
Like other reviewers, I made the switch to these from the yellow/6 degree pedals. Those yellows were just way too floaty for me, like I was standing in a bowl of grease or something. So far with these, I'm locked in enough to feel comfortably stable but there's just enough play to get good foot positioning.
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I've been using Shimano MTB-style pedals for the last couple years and finally decided to make the jump to road-specific pedals and shoes. I mainly commute to work and back with longer weekend rides here and there. Haven't actually ridden them yet but I mounted them last night and I think I'm going to be stoked. They seem light and smooth and are easy to adjust for your preferred amount of tension. Can't wait to get out on them!
Update: After half a dozen rides, I am really hyped on these! Using them with the blue/1 degree float Shimano pedals and the Giro Empire ACC shoes. Perfect combo for me so far. They're feeling really smooth,comfortable and secure when pedaling and the dismount is a breeze.
Maybe on the pricey side for a t-shirt but this is high-quality and fits great. The mountain spines print is rad, too. I loves me a good pocket tee.
Picked this up last summer before a backpacking trip, basically just to have a washable case to keep my Therm-A-Rest Compressible Pillow clean. It fits and works like a charm, basically weighs nothing, and feels more like soft, comfortable, and cool sateen cotton.
Another thing I'm stoked on is I just picked up an inflatable pillow (Exped Air Pillow UL M - pictured below) and it fits perfectly! Can't wait to test out the combo this summer.
Awful '80s sci-fi movies puns aside... I don't think I've ever been this excited to buy a pillow before. After many trips trying to ball up jackets, shirts, or whatever under my head, I finally decided to drop the money on one of these. I haven't actually used it on the trail yet but I'm pretty excited to put it to the test this summer. Tried it out briefly at home and it inflated quickly, fit in the mummy bag hood nicely, and packed up easily. It (size M) also fits perfectly into a Therm-A-Rest pillow case, which I'll probably try out, too. Can't wait to use it... adding the almost-negligible 1.6oz to my pack is totally worth if it helps me sleep better out there.
Picked this up for a recently-acquired Camp Chef Everest stove. I've only used it once so far but I was quite satisfied. Cooked up some french toast (mmm) and it turned out great. The griddle fit snug and level on the stove and clean-up was a breeze. So far, so good!
Whether I'm car camping or hoofing it deep into the wilderness, this is an essential for me. It's lightweight, durable, easy to clean and gets all kinds of food up in my food-hole. Hell, I even keep one at my desk for lunches at work. You can't go wrong.
I can't stop buying these Stance No Shows. So lightweight and comfortable... they're the perfect summer socks. The size M was unavailable so I picked up the L. I typically wear a shoe size 7.5/8 men's and the size L in these fit just fine.