Hadley Hammer

Hadley Hammer

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Hadley's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing
Climbing

Hadley's Bio

I love to slide down frozen water, hike up fields of green, scramble on granite, and constantly think of food. Athlete on the Freeride World Tour, residing in Jackson Hole Wyoming.

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Hadley Hammer

Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on September 3, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I recently used the Tease for two weeks training at Windells in Mt Hood, OR. I'm used to skiing steep, rocky terrain, and this was my first time focusing purely on park skiing. I was completely out of my comfort zone, but the Tease was a great ski to learn how to ski park jumps. It gave great springy-ness, was light and felt like you were spinning with nothing on your feet. And when I needed a break from taking hard crashes, it still turned well outside of the park.

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on September 3, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small

During the winter photoshoot for the Marmot Winter 15 line, we had to wear a new outfit to dinner each night to capture lifestyle shots. I tried to find a way to include this sweater into my outfit every single night. I was attached to it. I still am attached to it. It's incredibly soft, warm, and the style is perfect. Now it just needs to get cold enough for me to wear it.

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on September 3, 2014

NO sheerness here
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs large

The yoga pant market is saturated. What sets these apart is the quality and fit. They stay up while you downward dog. The pants are a wonderful thickness for those winter classes. They don't pile. They don't loose elasticity. They are a level above most of the pants that are on the market.

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on September 3, 2014

Thick and cozy
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs large

I'm writing this as I sit in bed with the flu. While I can't speak to the USB protection as I haven't been outside in days, I can speak to the ultimate coziness of this shirt. It's thick, soft, and so warm. And since it's reversible, it's not so obvious that you've been wearing the same shirt for days.

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on August 14, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I constantly am cold. Every time I go skiing I try to wear one more layer of down. To avoid looking like the Michelin man, I attempted a new layering approach. The Thermofleece saved me. I could wear a light silk layer, the thermofleece, a micro puff (quasar or isotherm hoody) and then my shell. I stayed warm, dry, and happy. I'm sure for the regular blooded person, they could do without the puff layer and be toasty warm!

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on August 5, 2014

Home for two weeks
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I lived in this tent for two consecutive weeks. I was car camping so weight wasn't a concern, but I did have to set the tent up and break it down every day, and I can say the simplicity behind the design is perfect. I slept in it through heavy rain Pacific Northwest rain storms, fog layers, and beating sun and never had an issue staying warm or dry.

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Hadley Hammer wrote a review of on June 3, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small

These pants have spent a lot of time going up and down in the Teton Mountain range..and they work great. Slim fit works great with your harness, and keep you warm enough during the early morning hours, but vent great during the heat of the day. Runs a little small.

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