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Jaime Myers

Jaime Myers

Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah

Jaime Myers's Bio

Life for me consists of training aerials with the US Ski Team, eating right, and working hard. I love traveling and exploring new places. My passions in life are simple, I live for: puppy kisses, sunny days, and smiling faces. My passion in life is skiing, but any true adrenalin junky knows that your number one passion can change with what your doing that day.

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Jaime Myers

Jaime Myers wrote a review of on April 2, 2012

5 5

My mom loves these. She has always had trouble with her feet and for the first time, she can walk in these sandals and not be limping the next day. She's taking them to Turkey with her this May and for the first time, I know she'll be fine walking around all day. I would recommend these to anyone and everyone looking for a comfortable sandal to spend all day walking in.

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Jaime Myers wrote a review of on July 26, 2010

4 5

I agree with ananda that these are a little warmer than the seekers but they are the bomb for touring in warmer temperatures. I enjoy the cargo pockets because I have a bunch of stuff that I always need to put somewhere handy. Be it a map, gu or gloves the pockets are handy.

Suspenders are great, dorky but usefull and can be removed if your too cool. Gusseted crotch is great for ease of movement.

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Jaime Myers wrote a review of on April 14, 2010

5 5

Year after year this bag has not let me down. We travel around the world with these High Sierra bags and they put up to the test when it comes to a good beating. We're talking in and out of the van, on top of the van through snow, rain, hail and wind. Handled and disrespected by any international airport and through security hands. Shampoo or lotion pops in the side pocket... not a problem. The pockets are protected so it doesn't leak into the rest of your gear and you can easily take a wet rag and wipe it out. It sucks, but anyone who's traveled enough knows it's happen to the best of us. Hard core zippers, strong stitching and handles, easy to keep organized zip dividers inside the main compartment. This bag you can access all of the items from the top, or you can unzip it in half. Talk about making getting to your gear foul proof!

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Jaime Myers wrote a review of on March 31, 2010

5 5

I like fat skis and shredding powder, but I have used this pair for many days this year and charged with them. They are narrow and made for ski mountaineering, but they can charge powder and steep lines. BUT they are not powder boards. A light powerful ski made for fast and light, multi-summit, long traverses and high altitude mountains.

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Jaime Myers wrote a review of on March 29, 2010

5 5

We designed this ski with the aim of creating a light yet powerful ski, 106mm in the waist for good flotation but not so large that you cannot deal with the wide variety of snow conditions found in the BC.

Great weight for climbing up, the first day on the prototypes I climbed and skied off Mt-Blanc, a 12000 foot day. The descent was floaty and awesome. The slight tip rise keeping the ski cruising.

The skin system is tight and awesome, it has yet to let me down.

You will enjoy many, many wicked lines on these skis.

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