Joseph Kall

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Joseph Kall

Joseph Kall wrote a question about on February 14, 2011

first time newbie
its come down to the TLT speed or the TLT vetical ST. Question is is the extra features worth the weight? Or should I just deal with it and go for lighter binding? I plan on using them for long tours and winter alpine approaches.

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Joseph Kall wrote an answer about on August 2, 2010

personal experience. use Jet Fuel. burns clean but be sure to blow flame out just before it goes out on its own to avoid sooting. Jet will be avialiable as all military aircraft use it. note Jet is availiable world wide.

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Joseph Kall

Joseph Kall wrote a review of on June 16, 2010

5 5

I got several for climbing and have used them for mountain biking as well. They have worked to expectation and beyond. Very comfortable and offer better solar protection than cap ones. They also deliver a bit more style for that lunch break when returning to the uncivilized world in town.

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Joseph Kall wrote a question about on January 3, 2010

going to be pulling a winter assault snow shoeing glacier work followed by some rope work and rock climbing. I am expecting the temps to be hovering around 0. I have some over mitts that have done a decent job on lesser technical activities but looking for something that will allow for handling ropes and possibly pro.

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Joseph Kall wrote a review of on September 6, 2009

5 5

I Recently went on a three day alpine climb in Yosemite. I picked up this pack needing an approach pack that would be able to be stuffed into my regular pack. This pack is sick! It is big enough for a 70 m rope, a soft shell jacket, a hydration bag, climbing shoes and power bars and snacks for my climbing partners. I used this pack all day while pulling the west arete on Mt. Conness. The features most appreaciated are the ability to compress and adjust pack, the ability to expand when the load calls for it (rope in vs in use), and the belt pouches that kept a handy supply of power bars and shot blocks while in the climb. I would recommend this pack without reservation. The only caracteristic to be aware is being so light comes at a price of durability. After being beat on over several climbs with complete disreguard there were signs of wear and tear but the dyena grid did stop any tears from running. All in all it has become an essential piece of alpine climbing gear.

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Joseph Kall wrote a review of on August 30, 2008

5 5

got these for trail riding, they fit snug and after you get them on they're like a second skin. Great feel, cool and enough protection to get the job done. I have wiped sweat with them, mud dogged in them, and being a sythetic leather palm took the chance and threw them in the wash, came out like new! Simply great gloves. When its cookin here in Texas these gloves don't roast your hands. I plan on a heavier pair of Fox gloves for winter. Fox Racing you have earned a customer!

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