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Greg Davis wrote a review of on July 29, 2008

5 5

These boots are great cold weather boots so fuzzy I want to just way around all day in a snowbank cuddling with penguins and cute Russians. So function (hence stickiness) they are pretty tough at that, stick to stuff that's slippery, so much so that I want to put them on my car for snow tires but then that does not remotely work because I want to wear them in my car as well.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on July 29, 2008

4 5

Yes, it is rather warm with a nice kind medium duty fleece lining inside to protect me from feeling like I have lice in my hair while wearing a beanie due to inherent itchiness. This hat is not itchy, it is sexy. If anything keeps it from 5 stars it would have to be that its construction is a a little weak, it snags and has some troubles with durability. Other than that, a gem.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on July 21, 2008

5 5

Agreeing with the last review, this sweater is great in a variety of areas. I wear it for mostly fashion (winter ski town goddess kind of stuff) - but it's also great if you are doing something semi-active in the cold and have it under a coat. Gotta love the stuff that provides function and fashion in one piece of clothing.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on May 4, 2007

5 5

So if were a mermaid and I've never been one so this is all speculative - I'd buy one. When I got to land and needed to float to watch handsome beach-princes toss frisbees to dogs and blast gulls with bread crumbs I'd inflate the pack and use it as a flotation device.

Then when I needed to dive back my village I would deflate all air, and put my electronics in the main compartment, diving to 20,000 leagues - with a dry digital camera the whole time.

But I am not a mermaid and at this point it looks like I'll never become one (which sucks) so I will just use this bag for canyoneering and keeping beer dry in the rain.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on May 4, 2007

5 5

SO this thing completely rocks. I have made elaborate 3 course meals in the Outback and impressed all my diners. It even works nice at a low temp to saute.

I have the coffee press part and I make coffee on long road trips in places like Central Indiana where I can say after 6pm and before that in most places you can't find yourself a decent cup of coffee to save the life of a minimalist rat. Although likely not recommended fire it up in the passenger seat...you got french pressed coffee in no time. Like a 5 dollar cup of coffee.

I use nothing else and would yell at people who do.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on March 15, 2007

5 5

This bottle is the best on the market. Lightweight hip Euro-amazingness with designs that would write a fashion magazine they are so dang cool.

No leeching, no bad tasting. Put whiskey in this sucker one day, then when the hangover hits, rinse er out with hot water, fill er with water to get back on track, and it will taste pure, fresh, no 80 proof aftertaste.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on February 21, 2007

5 5

Absolutely the best shades ever. I wear em on the river, on the rock, hiking, mountaineering, biking, driving...eating.
I have for years searched high low and semi-in-the-middle which means the midwest where nobody has cool shades. I am now there king.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on February 21, 2007

5 5

These clogs are the royal treatment for the feet when standing in the hospital for 12-15 hour shift. My feet love me again. They take a little while to break them in and I would not recommend wearing them for long periods of time before they are broken in. But when they are they are like foot massages from Greek gods with funny Scandinavian halos and silly tussled hair.

Plus they make your ankles, calves, and whole long legs look hot.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

5 5

This is on of the best ski jackets on the site. The styling is awsesome, the swirl patten is so hip, the cut is perfect. The neck has warm warm fleece at the neck, and the other shell fabric is so tough. I can ski through the trees snagging branches like mad, not even a mark on the jacket.

And then I wear it dining in Park City.

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Greg Davis wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

3 5

Super durable, grippy, bomber leather. I love the gloves, they are awesome skiing most Utah days...But honestly, once you pad the fleece lining down a little, the have such poor warmth quality that I can't recommend them. I actually wore through the fleece in the fingers after skiing 10 day, there are little holes at my finger tip.

So durable, but terrible on the warmth.

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