Knockkneed bees

Knockkneed bees

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Greg's Passions

Backpacking
Snowboarding
Trail Running
Hiking
Bouldering

Greg's Bio

Favorite location: Zions national Park (Great slot canyons) I highly recommend taking a tour of Zions.

I love all things sunny, and some thing snowy.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on August 5, 2010

3 5

I find these to be less supportive than other boxer briefs. I could not do high intensity activities with these boxers without things moving out of place. For moderate to low activity they were fine, but at higher activity, they did not provide the support needed. Other than that, they were comfortable. But given the entire purpose of these boxer briefs is to provide exceptional support, they failed to deliver. Sizing was typical for most boxer briefs.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on August 5, 2010

4 5

They are indeed form fitting. I did find them comfortable, and I found they did fit true to size. I am a 30-32 and the Medium fit me exactly how I was hoping they would (I guess if you don't like them as form fitting, maybe a size up would work out.)

They provided great support compared to other boxer briefs that I have tried. The support is sufficient for high activity levels, and everything is kept in place well

I didn't really notice any difference with the Armour Block Tech vs briefs without any odor block, hence the removal of 1 star. Although as consolation they do dry very quickly after washing.

Overall, I enjoy them.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on August 5, 2010

3 5

I agree with the previous reviewer that the boxers offer no support, but I expected that going in, as they are boxer shorts instead of boxer briefs.

However, that aside, I was still disappointed with the fit. While they were true to size, there is something odd about the way they are sewn together. It's difficult to describe how, but I did not find them as comfortable as your average pair of boxer shorts.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on May 7, 2009

5 5

This jacket is very warm, comfortable, and pretty light for the warmth. The hood is insulated and stows into the collar which zips shut. I was able to actually stuff the entire jacket into one of the front hand pockets (Although this is not an intentional feature, I was just testing to see if you could) To give you an idea of the compressibility. I do not recommend doing this though as it is not designed to do that and you risk damaging some of the seams as it is a tight squeeze.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on April 30, 2009

5 5

I own this duffel in a medium, and it holds a lot. The bag is very durable, having held up quite well throughout several years of constant use (Not only do I take it traveling, I usually use it to store stuff even when it is not in use) As a previous reviewer noted it is nearly waterproof, the material of the bag itself withstands water very well but the seams are not sealed, so water will eventually get in through the seams. That said, it is more than water resistant enough for any normal use. The zipper is also very well built and easily zips and unzips (even when the bag is overstuffed) The backpack straps do serve well for moderate distances. To top it off most of the colors are very easily distinguishable at the baggage claim.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on February 17, 2009

5 5

Absolutely 5 star binding. I don't think that you could find a better binding at this price range. It's a solidly built, highly adjustable binding. (Adjustable high back forward lean, high back rotation, ankle strap, toe strap and gas pedal) It's a softer flexing binding (as can be expeted at this price range) but still responsive enough for kicking around the slopes. The straps are also very easy to release and engage.

Finally the Yellow and black looks sick.

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Knockkneed bees wrote a review of on December 12, 2008

4 5

I've used the Sun Dragon for just under a year so far. The shoes are comfortable and very light weight. As mentioned the lugs are gigantic and this is definitely a plus. The sole is slippery when wet but otherwise grips very well. Although mine have held up very well, I have only taken them on moderate to light trails and general use. I can definitely see the possibility of damage on more rugged trails due to the weight of the material. Overall a great purchase for lighter to moderate trails if you are looking for a comfortable lightweight shoe.

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