Ethan Hill

Ethan Hill

I live in Sugar House, Utah so the Wasatch has my undidived attention and I love it.

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Ethan's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Skiing
Climbing

Ethan's Bio

Oooooh yeah, charge as hard as you please!
I will try anything once... well most anything.
You gotta be a little crazy to live, ok a lot of crazy. Go big and dream even bigger.

Ethan Hill

Ethan Hill wrote a review of on December 25, 2009

4 5

The 130's were a fun ski to ride on. The are big and want to charge down the mountain with or without powder. They aren't chatty on the groomers and they float like no other in the pow. This ski was difficult to turn on the groomers, so if you want a pow ski this is it and if you want more of a one quiver ski you might look else were. These shred pow like no other. Can't wait to take them out on a day with 36 fresh lake effect pow.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on December 22, 2009

5 5

Man, these bad boys are fun. Eric Pollard really created a one quiver ski with the bacons. Not only are they fun they pop you on top of pow, they pop you way up on small jumps and the pop you around on the corduroy. I have been looking for a ski like this for a while and from all the hype and rave reviews that have been given the skis did live up to their rep and were sweet. I am 6 foot and 175 and I rode with the 182's. I couldn't find anything that this ski could no do other than me finding out things that I am yet able to do.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on December 22, 2009

But there wasn't Tan
4 5

This glove has been great for skiing, working around the house, and keeping my hands warm. I have treated them with the nikwax that comes with it and I haven't had to worry yet about them getting soaked and getting my hands cold and wet. The cuff is tight and makes it so that there isn't a lot of bulk under your jacket. I LOVE the full leather and I am stoked get them more broken in and have some sick turns with these bad boyz. I just wish that I could have bought the tan.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on December 22, 2009

4 5

This glove has been great for skiing, working around the house, and keeping my hands warm. I have treated them with the nikwax that comes with it and I haven't had to worry yet about them getting soaked and getting my hands cold and wet. The cuff is tight and makes it so that there isn't a lot of bulk under your jacket. I LOVE the full leather and I am stoked get them more broken in and have some sick turns with these bad boyz. I just wish that I could have bought the tan.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on December 22, 2009

4 5

This is my first merino wool base and so far I love it. I am 6 foot and 175# and got the large. It is a good fit though I could have gone with a medium. I like the color of the orange and so I bought the pool blue and they look really nice. The arm length is also really good. It has the thumb holes so that you don't have to worry about cold wrists when you tomahawk down a chute. The only con about it is that I wish it was just a bit thicker. This base has been a constant choice in my outdoor pursuits thus far and it ought to be yours as well. Who wants to smell after a half season of riding?

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on November 22, 2009

4 5

I got this for my b-day and is the best damn thing that I could've asked for. This guy has a nice athletic fit. I am 6'00", 175 and went with the large. It fits great and there is plenty of space to be able to layer underneath. I enjoy that it takes the nip out of the wind and is a sweet mid layer for me. The welded inside pocket is great, along with top quality in stitching. Plus it's made in CANADA! I got the gray and orange and it looks bad ass. I thought it would look a little nineties but it's not like that. If you are looking into a nice hoody to sport round town or to use a mid layer, look at this piece to satisfy your need to have the hottest piece of clothing this winter. Ohh, most importantly, it is soft- not the normal stiff fleece with other wind proof fleeces.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on November 22, 2009

4 5

got to break these bad boys in with the storm moving in and cleaning up the yard. They kept my fingers warm and dry. i didn't quite see the dwr working, no beading, but hey that is a quick fix. these gloves are going to be my everyday glove and can't wait to break them in even more. the glove fits great and the dexterity isn't bad. i was able to tie trash bags without needing to take them off.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on August 22, 2009

4 5

I read a lot reviews on this jacket and though there are pro's and con's to the design I feel that it isn't getting props as it should. I originally went with the XL and then exchanged it for the Large. Being 6 foot and 180 with a medium build and broad shoulders the L is great especially when I have put on all my gear that I would be wearing in the coldest conditions, still it is roomy. I like the waist cinched a bit and found that it is difficult to zip up, but it isn't the end. It just takes an additional 2 seconds to get it. This is a great jacket and can't wait to take it the backcountry this fall/winter in the Wasatch. Buy it and you'll be happy.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on July 4, 2009

5 5

I have had these shorts for 4 years now and I am still wearing them as often as I can. I am 6 feet and 175ish and the large fits me fine. They have kept me cool on long hikes, been comfy while climbing, they don't fall down when swimming, and look good enough to wear around town whenever you feel like it. The shorts are great to have and wear, you won't regret buying these.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on June 5, 2009

5 5

I have had this jacket for two winters now and it is a great piece to own. I am 6 feet and weigh 180 and I went with a medium after trying on different sizes. Reason being is that it felt as though the sizes were to accommodate layers underneath, but I wanted it more as a mid- layer. I have worn this alone with a t-shirt and been warm, I have layered it and been warm, I love it. It is a Warm and Windproof layer that won't disappoint.

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Ethan Hill wrote a review of on June 2, 2009

5 5

Waited until I had some miles on these before I gave it a review. I like to run and hike up in the Wasatch. My foot size is 11 and I got these bad boys in size 11.5. I have run, hiked, and worn these all over and I have yet to get a hot spot or blister from my runs to my 6 hour excursions up in the hills. I love them. I like to have gear that will function in more than one activity, if you are same you will love these shoes.

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