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Kristin Piccirillo

Kristin Piccirillo

Denver! but I've been in LA, PC, and the O-H!

Kristin Piccirillo's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Running
Skiing

Kristin Piccirillo's Bio

I'm a super geek in cool kids clothing. After NOLS, working for the boy scouts, and working for, well backcountry.com, I became... well, OBSESSED with great gear. Now, I'm a grad student and split my student loans on beer and more stuff. Now, I'm back to the real world, and plan on focusing the balance part of my work-life balance on skiing and other escapades to the mountains.

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Kristin Piccirillowrote a review of on December 9, 2008

4 5

So, I never got the McMurdo Jacket because it has a steez factor of about 95 from the ability to hide various weapondry to the multiple XL sizing and the fur... but these boots were an instant buy because they escape a few of those factors by having a gentle, girly pink accent. They are possibly the warmest boots that I have ever worn. The fur makes the cozy-cozy, the intense rubber makes them ultra-waterproof, and the TNF logo means that they are super good quality. Size-wise, I went up a half size (i'm a 7.5/8.0 and bought an 8) so that I can rock huge wool socks. They are my go-to boots for post-skiing and pre-shoveling.

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Kristin Piccirillowrote a review of on December 9, 2008

4 5

I am sunglasses OBSESSED, and I needed a new pair to rock around town. These were exactly what I needed: huge, hot, and super sexy. I've been sporting them around LA for months now and I'm so stoked! The double-small logos on the side are kinda a cool alternative to the larger logo and the tortise shell is perfection.

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Kristin Piccirillowrote a review of on December 1, 2008

4 5

so, I was told I have plantar faschitis (which i totally spelled wrong right there, but since i find everything irritating about it, including its spelling, I'm not going to change it.) and I'm supposed to wear shoes "with support"... now, for most people, they would regulate themselves to sneakers and the like, but I live in SoCal, so i need to be able to wear flip-flops 90% of the year. The Chaco flips can be worn because of their amazing support and style and everything! I love them. They are a little narrow, but I just make sure that I go up a half-size... I love these shoes!

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Kristin Piccirillowrote a review of on July 24, 2007

3 5

I was kind of stoked on these socks, and they are definitely lightweight, cute, etc. but I had to return them. My shoe size is a 7.5/8.0 and I bought the medium (judging off the other review on them, and the style). When I put them on, the heel was on my ankle! They were just too big in the toes, and around. I think next time I'll get the small size.

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Kristin Piccirillowrote a review of on July 5, 2007

5 5

Initially, I was all about the BOA version of the Arnuva's, and then I realized that, well, they ate my feet when I wore low socks. I ended up getting a pair of these instead and they are SO much better! My feet are happy because they don't have that dumb dial in the back. The width, size, and cushion of them is excellent... and they are still really lightweight and have held up to distances between 3 and 9 miles on trail and on the road. The blue color is kind of girly, but isn't as bad as some choices out there. All in all, really pleased with them!

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