John Tichenor

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John Tichenor

John Tichenor wrote a review of on August 8, 2011

5 5

In my previous review I said what I do. Rather then the reasons for doing so. I forgot the big debate of previous reviews. When I was instructed in making snow caves in WA we were told to bring butcher gloves or rubber type dish washing gloves. The point is that if you have wet snow on the outside and sweat on the inside you will have wet gloves. The substituted liners are work gloves into themselves and wetness with not faze them much. So you have a tough outer glove with a soft thinner glove good for car keys etc. AND you have the original warm liners in your pockets for those cold days/nights. Actually their solution to wet gloves was to bring 2-3 pars.

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John Tichenor wrote a review of on August 8, 2011

5 5

If you want something that will stand up to everything get this type of glove/mitt. Just pick your warmth model. Leather sticks like glue compared to cloth. I like the removable liner for drying as you really can't use the liner in the field, too delicate, but you can use the shell by itself. You can buy a wind proof or a more breathable light weight glove and use them for liners too. Great for downhill but just to bulky for the run of the mill xco skier. PS what ever happen to the thin goretex sic mitts and poly/wool liners that would dry out when worn by them selves on good days.

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John Tichenor wrote a review of on August 8, 2011

5 5

The best billfold I have owned. Wish I had bought a spare. While new the cards are held tight and even if it gets loose they will be held by the triple folding of the billfold. No more falling out. The money is held deep in the fold unlike a double folding one. Got room to put the receipts in sideways. Got the red one, no more looking for the old black one.

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