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John Collinson

John Collinson

Little Cottonwood Canyon, best snow best vibes!

John Collinson's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Skiing
Climbing
Surfing

John Collinson's Bio

Get out every day a can, skiing either at Alta or Snowbird. Been to some pretty cool places to ski pow all over the world. Not much can beat a bluebird pow day with the DubSatch crew!

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John Collinson

John Collinson wrote a review of on October 19, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the do it all beanie, wear it long, cuff it, shred it it, after party in it. I rock this under my Smith Maze helmet with no pads, love the style and fit of it. Easy to see why it's so popular!

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John Collinson wrote a review of on July 31, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs large

This jacket is rad. The specialty baffling system is sweet, the idea of more insulation where you want it, less where you dont really does well. Also, there is two mesh pockets on the inside for stashing two warm bottles. Super key. The wrists are elasticky to keep out the cold. However, I usually roll size Large in TNF, to get a little baggier fit, but thats a no go with this jacket, it fits a bit bigger than other jackets, and there is also no cinch cord at the waist band, so if the fit is too big, cold air just cruises up. so, all in all, make sure you get a good fit, and you will be the more pumped guy in camp.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on July 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

This shirt is the all around for every sport, best layer I own. I have three of em. Even though its a super thin material, it adds quite a bit of warmth for long days on the mountain and in the heli. Season change, and its not quite warm enough for a T, so throw this thing on, early morning runs, this keeps the chill of, and the fast drying fabric keeps you dry as you sweat. then of course, you can use it for what its advertised for- long days on the water. plus, i love the look of the thin material, and find this hoodie/shirt pretty damn stylish. So, all in all, from the bar to the shooting range, from misty trail runs to heli skiing in AK, this thing kills it.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on July 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Verto jacket is awesome. It pretty much lives in my climbing pack, where multiple times its saved me while my friends get soaked. Its not the ultimate jacket for insane onslaughts of rain, but for everyday afternoon sprinkles, you will no longer have to make a decision between your rain coat and a few PBR's- you can bring both.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on July 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This jacket is an awesome layer to throw in your touring pack. The light layer of down is enough to keep you warm, and windbreaker shell keeps the breeze out for ridgetop skins. But dont think youre ordering a big burly jacket, this is the light and nimble layer thats always there when you need it. one of my all time favorite peices.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on July 1, 2013

Sweet flannel Jacket
4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a super sweet insulated flannel. Great for wearing around town, or working. Just spent three years building a house, and this was my work jacket. Still wearing it! But yea, it's not a thin shirt. Also, there are only breast pockets, no side pockets, kinda a bummer for cold hands. Im 5'9" and wear a large- room for a sweatshirt underneath.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on June 23, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are the best sandals ever. Who needs approach shoes with these guys? Super comfy, last a long time, I wear them every single day between ski boot seasons, and they usually last me a year and a half- two years. One issue is they are really slippery when wet, but the egg carton sole dries out pretty quick

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John Collinson wrote a review of on June 23, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Sweet pad, used it in extreme cold winter missions in India & Alaska and stayed warm. It is noisy, but that's something you can live with. Overall really stoked on this things performance. One issue is its super thin, so in environments with sharp objects( skis, poles, crampons, axes etc.) you gotta be careful.

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John Collinson wrote a review of on June 23, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My all time favorites. These shades are the perfect blend of style and function. They have large coverage for long days in the backcountry, and don't squeeze behind your ears too hard as many glasses do. They do on the other hand, have rubber on the end of the arms so they never fall off your face. Order a bunch in case they get discontinued. Which should never ever happen. Ever

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John Collinson wrote a review of on May 19, 2012

5 5

Best pack for multi day adventures, used it from a 3 day trip to a 3 week trip and it works well with both. pretty easy to throw skis on, plus its got an exterior crampon pouch so your spikes dont mess with your down gear. In cold weather Ive noticed that the buckles like to break pretty easily though, not a bad idea to carry extras.

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