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Knee-Dropper wrote a review of on June 29, 2006

5 5

I was expecting to use this sandal/shoe for sailing this summer. However, it has proven to be the perfect approach shoe for climbing. Everyone else wears sandals. The H2s are better because they protect your toes. There is a lot of scree on most approaches and these do a great job of protecting da feet.
But they get pretty stinky if you wear them a lot, but everybody should be getting there shoes stinky.

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Knee-Dropper wrote a review of on March 29, 2006

5 5

The helmet was very functional. I thought it was lightweight and comfortable. It was easy to take out the vent plugs. I used it while on a trip to Italy. It helped me to conquer the Sellaronda. A magnificent ski adventure in the Dolomites of Italy.

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Knee-Dropper wrote a review of on March 29, 2006

5 5

These goggles were terrific and I got so many compliments on the style and color. They were extremely comfortable, and I never had to adjust them once I positioned them correctly. They never fogged up. On cloudy days, I could also really still see the contour of the snow which made skiing more enjoyable. Thanks, they were great. Chris

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Knee-Dropper wrote a review of on February 21, 2006

4 5

Pros-
* Adjustable cable setting for touring and skiing
* Heel riser is lifted, for quick and easy adjustment
* Shoe horn, to help get fitted in the bindings quicker

Cons -
* It seems like there is a lot of time management with these bindings.
* It is very odd to get used to one centric spring, rather then two cartridges
(they take the Cannondale shock approach to skiing)

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Knee-Dropper wrote a review of on February 15, 2006

5 5

This is my one and only ski. It takes care of me on the groomers and it keeps me afloat in the POW, bro. For my Telemark style, I like a stiff ski that can absorb the shock of any mogul or barricade. The Sick Bird is definitely a stiff ski. Thus, we make the perfect couple. I love these skis and I haven't even told my girlfriend that I love her.

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