Jeremy Cauwels

Jeremy Cauwels

Jeremy Cauwels

Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on December 7, 2011

5 5

I'm 6'4" 210, with bird legs and a 6'6" wingspan and I am continually without long sleeve pullovers that reach my wrist. The XL in this thing gets there nicely. The cut is trim, but not tight, and I hadn't noticed the seams at all. The inside is super soft, warm, and works great for me for a second layer outside in the cold, or against the skin any other time. It breaths pretty well too.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on December 7, 2011

4 5

After failing on a previous portable power pack for my phone I was a little leary on picking this one up. That said, the Solio does what it says. It picks up a charge from a computer/outlet/or sunlight and has an adaptor that fits my Droid. I find it usefull on the Golf course to recharge my phone when the GPS golf app is sucking the juice out of my battery. Now maybe this isn't a real backcountry test of the device, but it works for me.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on August 29, 2011

4 5

I'll give em 5 stars if they hold up, but here is my comparison.

Keen- These hug the foot much better, less sloppy than the bungie cord and straps of Keen. The footbed isn't as soft, but none are.

Oakley- Water shoes-The eyelets for the pull laces keep breaking on my O's, The TNF eyelets appear much more durable and well built. (no plastic)

TNF- The pull string does a great job of tightening the whole shoe. Feels like you could run in em when needed without sliding all over.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on November 5, 2009

5 5

I'm 6'4" and 210 lbs. I got the XXL in black and red and love them both. I up sized a bit from the chart intentionally and the shirts fit long enough for my 6'6" wingspan and are a perfect athletic fit. The XL would have fit as well, I'm sure, but would have been skin tight and I was looking for a shirt that I could wear and not look like a complete meathead.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on August 17, 2009

5 5

My Smith Methods fell into the Hawaiian surf (My fault). My Interlock 01 convinced me on the interlock system. The Prophets are the shape of the Method and the interchangability of the O1. If I was any happier I could sell all of my other sunglasses... I'm also a fan of Oakley and MJ and these keep up or exceed them in any category with SAC giving me a much better price.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on July 31, 2009

5 5

I have now had the pleasure of playing golf in polarized and non polarized oakley lenses and in a couple of other company's as well (Smith, MJ). I actually find that finding the ball in the sky or on the green is easier in non-polarized lenses. The glare that comes off of the ball is the thing you see when looking from a long ways away. My current golfing sunglasses are Flak Jackets with the G30 lens (non polarized) which I love. When going to the lake, I still use the polarized.
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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on March 27, 2009

4 5

Having owned Smith's Super Method shades until I was relieved of them by a KC parking valet, I like sunglasses with coverage. That being said, these allow no light in the sides have Oakley's usual excellent optical quality and fit my face very well. I would recommend them for anyone who wants maximal coverage, one of Oakley's best ventures into the large, non blade, sunglasses.

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Jeremy Cauwels wrote a review of on November 26, 2008

4 5

At 6'4" and 210 lbs I have a little trouble worrying about thumb loops on a sweatshirt. Up until now, I've never had sleeves get close to my thumbs. Needless to say I was thrilled to find my XXL hoodie had no trouble getting to the ends of my arms. I'll admit, I've got a little extra room in the torso, and SAC made the price better, but I love this sweatshirt.

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