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Jhnybrvo wrote a review of on February 19, 2012

5 5

We moved to Anchorage Alaska this past fall and wanted to make sure my 3.5 year old was able to get out in the elements. Didn't like spending this much on a boot for a child that age considering how fast they grow but did it anyway. These are the greatest. They are easy on and easy off. They handle the coldest and wettest temps. Her pre-school goes out for "recess" up to -15 degrees Fahrenheit and she loves it. Never gets cold feet and loves the style of her boots (future fashionista). Lifesaver for parents who need to get the kids outside during the winter for sanity reasons. We liked them so much we already bought the next size up for next year.

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Jhnybrvo wrote a review of on February 19, 2012

5 5

I avoided a helmet for years. the standard reasons of didn't think it was necessary, didn't want the exra weight on backcountry tours etc... Finally settled on the Smith Variant . It is comfortable, warm, light and adjustable vents to keep you just warm enough. I did not expect to like it and I love it. I would recommend for inbounds, out of bounds and multi-day treks.

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Jhnybrvo wrote a review of on February 19, 2012

4 5

Great boots for tromping around the snow. Very warm...relatively easy to get on and off. The only problem is because the top of the boot is so wide (to let your foot get in and out) it sometimes lets snow in. Great for winter trekking in the neighborhood or on the trails...not as good for tromping through massive powder like we have had in Alaska alot this year.

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