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Keene Waller

Keene Waller

Maryland

Keene Waller's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
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Skiing

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on June 30, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

My brother and I both got this life jacket for dingy sailing and it works great. I love the minimal amount of contact it has with your body, leaving you with a huge amount of freedom of arm movement. it also doesnt make you too hot. the front pockets are really easy to open because you just yank straight down on the little pull tabs, and they happen to be the perfect size for a beer. the lash tab is perfect for the belt clip of a multi-tool, and a leash can be attached to the lash tab itself or a small loop in the left pocket. the only problem ive had so far are that prickly little nylon string ends keep poking out near the bottom which really irritate skin, but I just yank them out with plyers.

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on September 18, 2011

5 5

I got this pack for school and love it. its very spacious, much bigger then i thougth it would be. i havent had any problem fitting books in. one of the top zipper pockets (not the sunglass one) is the perfect size for a graphing calculator. not to mention the graphics are sick! i picked one up for the beginning of the school year, and ive already seen multiple kids with the same pack in different colorways. I got it in green and couldnt be more stoked.

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on August 17, 2011

5 5

This bag gets the job done. I can easily fit two pairs of twintips in it, and you can tighten it down with the straps so that they dont move around at all. There is also padding between the two spots for skis, as well as most of the way around too. And the entire inside of the bag is lined with a tarp like material, just in case all that snow has not quite yet melted by the time you stow your skis away in this thing. The outside is made of rugged durable material and so far i have had no problems with this bag.

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on January 26, 2011

4 5

for $45 this glove cant be beat. it is waterproof on the back and has a durable waterproof palm. The shell is really enough for most days and the liner is great for wearing around by itself, i even use it as a running glove. the liner is articulate enough that i can even text on the lift, so i dont have to expose my hands to the cold. it definately runs small though. i followed the sizing chart, bought medium, and had to return it for a large. I was about to swap it for a bigger glove when i realized that it wouldnt really be possible for me to size up, its just too tight across the back of the hand. I do not recomend this for skiers though. With the liner it it feels snug on the hand in a relaxed position but when you bend your fingers (to grasp a pole) it feels like its pulled way to tight across the back of the hand, especially the knuckles. im afraid after alot of use some seams on the back of the fingers will pull out. its slightly uncomfortable, but i get used to it. im sure its fine for any snowboarders who leave their hands in a relaxed position as they ride. other than the tighteness on the back of the hnad, its one of the best gloves ive had

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on January 5, 2011

5 5

I have never worn a helmet that felt so good on my head. It may be all Red helmets, but this thing just fits the best. Its thick padding is very comfortable, and the two ear pads are actually part of the same piece that has material connecting it along the back underside of the helmet. I have it in matte gray, and it did pick up some black scratches fairly easily. I sometimes like to wear a hat and goggles underneath the helmet, so I removed the pads but had to cover each thing of velcro inside the helmet with tape so it wouldn't fray my goggles and hat. the clip just slides out but hasn't come out by accident for me yet. You can feed ear buds through a hole in the back and have them inside the earpad, which is really hadny. its great for stickers too.

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on January 3, 2011

5 5

I love this ski because it performs well all over the mountain and you can still take it into the park just as easily as any other park ski. My biggest concern is how easily the top sheet scratches. Not only is the material so soft it may be possible to scratch it with your fingernail, but any scratches turn up white against the solid red background. After just 4 hours of skiing there were several noticeable scratches, and the tail even had two chips out where the material underneath was exposed. In case you couldn't tell, the top sheet is all one color red, with a solid matte background with numerous k2 emblems on the ski in a gloss finish. You can only see them if the light hits it right, otherwise they are invisible and it's just a red ski. It's got decent pop in the park and holds an edge well. Ive got dynastar px12's on it and they're pretty heavy, but that may come mostly from the bindings. overall the versatility is what really makes this a great ski

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on January 3, 2011

5 5

This thing rocks. unstretched, it has a circumference of about 15 inches and is about 8.5 inches long, long enough that when pulled all the way up to the bridge of my nose where it should be it still just touches my shirt neck. its about a quarter inch thick, which is kinda thick but is surprisingly breathable. it is slightly uncomfortable because it crushes your nose in a little, but after all it is just using friction to hang on. having goggle on top helps keep it up too. and when u don't need it you can just push it down and it acts as a great neck warmer/ turtle neck extension. overall great bandana

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on December 3, 2010

5 5

i wear this belt to school every day and for my ski pants. its easy to use and tighten and it will never loosen on you. the belt is very strong and resists any sort of tearing. there are no marks on the actual belt part and the buckle piece just has a couple small dings in it from hitting stuff. its a little wide making it difficult for some smaller belt loops, but otherwise i wear it with any pants.

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Keene Waller wrote a review of on November 29, 2010

5 5

The first thing i noticed about this jacket is that it runs large. i am 5'9 and 140 pounds and got medium, and it is a huge fit, but wearable. the cuffs extend well beyond my hands when my arms are hanging down. the next thing i noticed is how waterproof it is. you can hold it under running water and water just rolls off it. so far, the wproofing hasnt worn and rain still bead up. it has a huge array of pockets, so my resort pack is now obsolete. the hood is goofy large, so i guess its made to go over helmets. the hood uses a really useful tightening system with a hidden button on the back of the hood, and has a magnet holding it to your upper back to keep it from billowing up if you go airborne. the powder skirt has buttons on it to connect to oakley pants. the vest, though not down, is great too, and i wear it around more often than the jacket. The two put together are pretty warm and windproof, and on a mid 30s day i wear nothing but a t-shirt underneath. the goggle pocket zipper is right next to the main jacket zip up, and is concealed under the flap covering that. inside the goggle pocket is a rectangular fleece pocket the size of an ipod touch, and there is a slit on the inside of the jacket to allow the cable to reach you inside your jacket. overall best jacket ive ever had!

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