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Little Cottonwood, anywhere in Montana, and the desert region of Southern Utah

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Anywhere from 1-6 foot pow days will get me up in the morning, A symetrical splitter in the creek, or class 4 or higher rapids also will do the trick. Occasionally I will get up and work if I am required to.

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JR! wrote a review of on December 22, 2008

5 5

I have worn the same pair almost daily for 3 years and now they are finally stretching out, but they are still sick river glasses. The polarized lenses offer reduced glare in most situations, especially good for any river rats out there, or just for driving around as well. I prefer glass lenses normally, but these have held up very well for being moderately well taken care of. I contacted Smith and they are sending me a new pair free of charge because they are stretched out! I have a Large size head and they work for me!

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JR! wrote a review of on December 22, 2008

4 5

I have had a bunch of chacos and for me these took some getting used to. They will stay on your foot very well, but it took me a few weeks of wear to feel comfortable hiking anything technical. Make sure you floss them (pulling the straps back and forth) or they will wear out faster. The only way to get rid of the cinch up problem is to wear them more and get them wet, they will get over that phase I promise! I normally wear a size 10-10 and 1/2 street shoe, with Chacos I wear a size 9 and they fit great. I also have a wider foot and have had no need for wider width chacos. These eventually became my second favorite pair!

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JR! wrote a review of on December 22, 2008

5 5

These Chacos stay on your feet very well for the style! These are basically the ultra sick version of the Flip Chaco. Keep in mind they offer more support than the flip, but not half as much as the Z 2. I normally wear a size 10-10 and 1/2 street shoe, with Chacos I wear a size 9 and they fit great. I also have a wider foot and have had no need for wider width chacos.

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JR! wrote a review of on December 22, 2008

5 5

I have had 7 pairs of Chacos, different models and soles. Make sure you floss them (pulling the straps back and forth) or they will wear out faster. The only way to get rid of the cinch up problem is to wear them more, they will get over that phase I promise! They always do that in the beginning few weeks of wear, but I guess I am used to it. The rubber is sticky and make them great for anything from river rafting, approaching climbs, hiking/backpacking and casual wear. They get more and more comfortable as you wear them, my most comfortable pair are my oldest ones. I normally wear a size 10-10 and 1/2 street shoe, with Chacos I wear a size 9 and they fit great. I also have a wider foot and have had no need for wider width chacos.

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JR! wrote a review of on November 12, 2008

5 5

I originally got this harness because of the awesome support it provides especially for the back. It has a larger back piece to it. I have a waist size 33 as well and had to get the #2 size because I too had trouble fitting my legs in the loops on size #1. This harness is awesome and recommend it to anyone who wants a comfortable fit while not jeopardizing overall performance.

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JR! wrote a review of on November 12, 2008

5 5

wild country cams are awesome, Quality is way up there and they are cheaper depending on size like said. when compared with larger sized cams for example the #5 wild country and # 6 BD cams, the wild country is 34 grams lighter, with almost exactly the same range. So just personal preference but I go with #4's and 5's wild country and smaller I go with camalots, then some wild country integrated into my smaller sizez.

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