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JC Mecham

JC Mecham

Rexburg, Idaho

JC Mecham's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Biking
Paddling
Snowshoeing
Climbing

JC Mecham's Bio

I love being outside. Everything my family and I do for fun has to do with the outdoors. I am currently trying to dominate everything in Idaho (at lease as much as school allows). South East Idaho is a good place to kick back, relax and enjoy what God has given us.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on December 20, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

My wife loves the fuzzy socks (you know the ones I mean, the ones that tickle when you wife sits next to you and drives you crazy). NO MORE! My wife loves the slippers and the fuzzys are GONE.
But in all seriousness, these are great slippers. My wife loves them. They run a little big on her (normally 9.5 and she has a 9).

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on February 7, 2011

3 5

The material on this jersey is very nice, but I have a couple of problems with it. First off, it is short. I am 6' and it shows some skin at the bottom. Also, I am a big fan of the rubber at the bottom of jerseys to help them to keep from riding. None of that on this guy.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on February 7, 2011

5 5

These are the first bibs I have owned and I'll never by another pair of shorts again. I am a big guy, and I took the advice of those who have written reviews before me and got a XXL, and they fit perfect. No crawl and no droop. They are cut a bit low in the front buy my jersey is long enough that I'm not showing too much skin. Love this product.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on March 20, 2010

5 5

I love most of burton's gear and I had some pretty high expectations for these boots (the price was a bit much, but I gave 'em a go). They are fantastic. I do a lot of boarding in the Teton Range in Wyoming and it gets super cold. These guys held up great and the warmers really helped on the sub, sub zero days. If you don't get cold the warmers might be a bit much, and I would recommend the Ions.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on December 24, 2009

4 5

I have a board with the ICS system and thought I'd try out this stomp pad. It is good for skating to the lift, but if you are a heavy stomper like myself, this pad is small and not large enough to do a heafty amount of scraping. Look for a burley, rough pad instead. I did give it 4 stars because it is pretty tough and it is a functional pad to scoot along with.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on May 18, 2009

5 5

Just Got the CUSTOM X Wide board and was introduced to the EST binding system. I figured if I put the money into the board I might as well make sure that I get ALL the benefits of the system. I have never been more surprised at the simplicity of any equipment. Two screws put them on, there is a window that shows a "reading" of what degree your bindings are set at, and a window that allows you to see the board below to locate the reference marks to adjust if you are stance forward or want to be exactly in the middle of the board. I had them on and adjusted in 5 min. The other cool thing about the way these bindings are set up is if you need to adjust the angle of the binding on the board you can do it with your boots still on. Also, the they feel so secure because the screw spacing is so wide. Your board feels more responsive, not to mention that you are able to feel the board better because the bindings don't have a traditional "plate and base" system. I highly recommend looking at a pair and seeing how amazing they are. If you are going to by an EST style Burton board, spend the extra money and get the EST bindings. You will be very, very happy with your decision.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 19, 2009

5 5

I agree with all of the other reviews done on these shoes. They are awesome! I also own more shoes than any guy should have and I have second handed most of my old loaf around shoes and just stick to these guys. They broke in fast, have worn well and are super compfy. Also, the fact that they are partially recycled is always good. The one thing I don't like is the price (mostly because I want to buy another pair). The North Face still knows what up.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 19, 2009

5 5

I got this pack for My wife. She tried a North Face pack before but it just didn't fit right. She loves this Pack. Fits great, has an awesome pannel on the back that allows a massive amount of air to flow over your back and helps you keep your back sweat regulated. She can wear it high and tight or let it drop down low. However, when we go camping, I usually haul most of the gear and let her enjoy herself with a lighter pack. So, if you are looking for a pack that you can take on a long trip (even if you go ultra lite) you might want to look at something else.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 19, 2009

5 5

These boots were an upgrade on some pretty old boots that I was limping along in for about 3 seasons. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! I am a burton man now! I have taken these fellas out durring the day and finnished off with a round of night boarding and the only thing that sucked about the day was it being over. My feet felt great. The Heat molding is really good too. Perfect fit. Make sure you go some where that does it (it is just a bit quicker). I have used these for two solid seasons and have recommended them to all of my pals (all of them that have these boots love'em too). If you are contimplating getting something else, please don't. You'll kick yourself for it later. Oh, and the lacing system is amazing. Just as fast as those damn skiers now.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 19, 2009

5 5

I've had these bindings for 2 years. Fantastic! Put three solid months on these guys one season (yes, about 90 days of pow and park). Worked great with my boots (Burton Rulers). I think that some of the people who have had complaints about these either don't have burton boots or don't know how to ride without breaking their gear. The high backs are great for long backside days and you can move enough in them that you can still put in down in the park. The only complaint I have is that I forget sometimes to put my backs down when I get on the lift and the padding got tore up pretty good the first few times I went out, but other then that ZERO complaints.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 9, 2009

5 5

I Really got this for a future winter hike on Mt. Borah in Idaho but had to justify getting it right now(my wife doesn't always buy into what I'm trying to get). Well, this guy stays in my car and I've acutally used it more to knock out the ice in my wheel wells more then I've hiked with it. The few times I have used it have been great. I'm 6' tall and I use a size 80 and it does just fine to assist on steep inclines. You will definatley want to get a leash and the Axe Protector.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on January 4, 2009

3 5

I picked up a couple of these dudes and was pretty excited about it. I had never had Titanium cook ware before. I have to admit that they are super, SUPER lite. However, the pot is extremely small. I'm talking like coffee cup small. I'm a big guy and I would need three of these fellas' go'en at the same time to get enough food in me. Definitely go for a bigger pot.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on December 29, 2008

4 5

First of all love the gloves. I've been looking for something windproof for a while that didn't have all of the bulky Gor-Tex attached. I live in a really windy place and when I'm walking on campus these gloves are the ticket. Really easy on and off too. The only thing I don't like is that when I am getting all of the slop off of my car or bike they soak up all the water they can (like a camel in the desert). I acutally like them a lot more when it is super cold and no slush. I've already used them in sub-Zero temps this year and they are awesome. Get'em. Right now the price is too good to pass up.

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JC Mechamwrote a review of on December 15, 2008

5 5

Picked this little treasure up for my father in law for his birthday. I was tired of going backpacking with him and watching him use a plastic spoon to stir his grub. After watching him melt through about 5 spoons in the past few years I decided he would appreciate the spoon. The guy loves it. He was almost in tears when he got it. Any who, it's light, "tight" and won't melt. Definately pick it up if your the guy that cooks for everyone when you go on a walk about.

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