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Kelly Bork

Kelly Bork

Everett, WA

Kelly Bork's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Skiing
Climbing

Kelly Bork's Bio

Midwest transplant loving the western mountains

Kelly Bork

Kelly Bork wrote a review of on December 2, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Just like the name, this jacket is super lightweight but very very warm. Omni-heat is incredible!! I've worn this coat every day since I've gotten it. Its length and cut make it perfect to wear to work over a dress (especially for commuters who walk in the winter) or throw on over leggings and a tank top on my way to the climbing gym.
As a taller woman (5'10") I was impressed that the sleeve length actually fit my longer arms, even in the medium!

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Kelly Bork

Kelly Bork wrote a review of on December 16, 2010

5 5

LOVEEE THIS! ive been looking for a super warm down for an upcoming winter trip to mt. washington, and decided to give this a try... so awesome! i tested it out hiking and sightseeing in the swiss alps this past weekend, and was absolutely amazed by its warmth. even at the summit of the schilthorn (freezing temps and crazy winds) with just a tshirt underneath i felt completely warm.

the cut is puffy but still cute for a puffy coat, and the pink looks excellent in person. it certainly makes it easy for friends to spot me in a crowd! norrona makes some pretty crazy colors, but i like it!

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Kelly Bork

Kelly Bork wrote a review of on October 23, 2010

3 5

for someone with (very) wide feet, especially in the toe/i have bunions area, these are very comfortable, and feel like they really hug my feet.

however, this is the absolute worst rock shoe rubber ive ever felt! i had a pair of 5.10 lace ups before this, and love the upgrade to velcro with these, but didnt realize how un-sticky rock shoe rubber can be! i totally took the awesome 5.10 grip for granted...

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