Jon Coltharpwrote a review of Acorn Chinchilla Collar Slipper - Women's on January 13, 2017
Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Fit: True to size
She loves them!
She loves them!
This scale is good. It gives real consistent readings each time I use it. I have had other scales that could fluctuate 3-5 lbs within seconds of measurements. I haven't used the bluetooth features or the app so I have no feedback on that. It doesn't have the bells and whistles of some of the scales out there but it's great for the price.
This shirt fits me well. I like button up shirts but typically they don't like the rotundity that is the foundation of my torso. I marked it as runs large because Arcteryx typically has too athletic a fit for me and this is not the case with this shirt. The fabric has a very nice feel to it with just a touch of stretch which helps with the aforementioned belly issue. For those of you who like Arcteryx but are often unable to wear it due to the slimness factor this may be the shirt for you.
The shoes are very comfortable for my daughter. She wears them all the time, not just hiking. Great grip on the sole and dry fairly quickly.
Great price on a solid tool. All the features you need and want in a compact package.
I bought these for my wife after she started working on her feet all day. She hasn't run in them yet but her feet feel much better than in her old running shoes. The extra cushion makes these her go to's for work.
This does exactly what you want a patch kit to do. Quick and simple to use. Fixed a flat on my Mountain bike and no difficulties.
This was exactly what I needed for my HydroFlask. Solid seal on the bottle, doesn't leak and the flip up straw piece is easy for one hand operation. Saves the hassle of screwing the lid on and off every time I want a drink.
Many folks are anti many things. I am anti-chafe and this stuff does the trick. I have used some of the sticks and they work fine but I hate the residue on my hands. The spray worked well and kept me chafe free throughout a 1/2 marathon.
I recently decided to try out the thick soled shoes I had seen around for running. After talking to some folks who had tried both the Altra's and the Hoke One One's I decided to go with the Altra's. I have run in some minimalist shoes in the past so I wasn't a complete nube to the zero drop but all of them had either regular padding or no padding. It took about a week to 10 days of wearing them everywhere and running in them to break them in and once I did they are the most comfy running shoes I have worn.
The open toe box is a big win. It took a few days before my toes took advantage of the roomier accommodations. I just ran a 1/2 marathon in them and I would say the shoes took a major chunk of the abuse. Usually after a big run like that my feet are pretty hammered and this time I haven't hardly thought about them. I really like this shoe.
I have just used these a few times at the climbing gym and so far I am very happy with them. The velcro makes them easy to get on and off. They are pretty comfortable for climbing shoes and have really good grip. I am returning to climbing after a long hiatus so I'm not using them for really difficult or technical stuff but they get the job done.
I bought this harness for my little girls when we joined a climbing gym this winter. The harness is well made, highly adjustable, and holds my little punks tight. I have a 5 year old and a 7 year old and this harness works well for both of them and is quick and easy to adjust.
It's hard to beat these shorts for the price. They are pretty stiff, I have used them regularly for a couple of months and they are still stiff. They are also very long, I think mine run a good 3 - 4 inches below the knee. They feel like they will last a very long time and all in all a decent short.
I haven't used these a ton but they did what I expected them too and that is to keep the digits warm on a cool morning run.
I have only used this once and it performed well. I haven't had it in the rain just yet but it kept me warm on an early morning run and is super light.
I used this for the first time on the day I ran a 1/2 marathon and it did a great job. In the past I have primarily used chamois creams from cycling for my running chafe protection and this has a much nicer application. You can use the deodorant style stick to apply without greasing up your hands and it washes of nicely.
These socks are comfy, durable, and fit great. Favorite socks of all the socks in the world. I've been wearing stoic socks for a few years now and I still have my first pairs and they are still in the rotation just starting to thin out a bit after a ton of wear.
I gave these as a gift to my mother. So far she has nothing but good things to say about these. I have to say they looked even better in real life than the pictures.