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James Molnar

James Molnar

Bristol Mt.

James Molnar's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowshoeing

James Molnar's Bio

I like skiing and the outdoors in general. I'm into gear like jackets and pants.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 21, 2010

5 5

I wanted a bigger frame that wasn't an athletic sunglass. These are what's up. Great looking, I have black frames with fire iridium lenses which were a limited edition. One of a collection of Oakley's and the quality is always the highest.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 20, 2010

5 5

I have a slightly older version that is bright green and I love them. Grips are good and I like the leather wrist strap. They are responsive and plant well. So far they have been durable, I've landed on them plenty of times and no bending. No complaints.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 20, 2010

5 5

I got these to match my beryllium shell and they are exactly what I was expecting. Super lightweight and tough material is good for skiing. I love that they have suspenders but only come up to the navel, which is a great height. I'm 5'9 and about 145 and the medium fits great. They were plenty warm with a thermal layer underneath. The watertight front zipper is a nice edition and the zippers down the leg. They also are loose enough to accommodate my acl knee brace and the articulated knees are nice. Powder cuffs fit well around my ski boots and let no snow in. Reinforcement around the ankles are a good edition to prevent cuts from skis. I haven't had them out in any real wet stuff yet, but if they're anything like the jacket, I'm sure they'll be grade A waterproof.

The only thing that would make these better would be more pockets. There is only one small one high up on the bib, which is good for a cell phone or something small.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 15, 2010

4 5

Gets the job done for school. I can fit a good amount of books and papers in it and it has a notebook sleeve. Front pocket is good to stuff a jacket in. Has a nice sunglasses pocket with a soft liner. I also have been using it to put skiing stuff in. The only thing that I would change is the size, I would like it a little bigger, but it is fine for what I'm using it for.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 9, 2010

4 5

I've had mine since they practically came out, before pretty much everyone had one. Great jacket and excellent quality. It still looks as good as the day I got it. I've gotten some new pieces lately and this jacket was getting a little small for me so I gave it to my brother. Always kept me warm although its not as warm as a fleece for a midlayer.

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James Molnarwrote a review of on February 9, 2010

5 5

I got this jacket for Christmas to go along with a mountain hardwear shell. I have to say it is much warmer than I even expected. Usually fleeces are useless on their own, but with the windstopper, this one is good down to the mid 20's with just a t-shirt underneath. When it gets colder I'll put the waterproof shell on over this and its good into negative temperatures. I wore this under my Beryllium skiing in single digits with pretty high wind with just a t-shirt underneath and I was never cold. Easily the best fleece I've ever owned and it even replaced my TNF apex bionic, which I gave to my brother. It looks great too, a nice change from the Denali's that everyone wears.

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James Molnarwrote a question about on December 24, 2009

would this pack be useful for day to day activities and school as well as skiing. i ordered the independence for more of an everyday pack, but i think i would return it for this if it is versatile enough. i know they're about the same size so would it be worth getting this one for skiing?

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