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Kyle Burgess

Kyle Burgess

Colorado - Utah - Wyoming - New Mexico

Kyle Burgess's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Snowshoeing
Skiing
Climbing

Kyle Burgess's Bio

I am an outdoor industry manufacturers rep in the rocky mt region for several top product lines.

Kyle Burgess

Kyle Burgess wrote a review of on April 4, 2012

5 5

The Hex 2.0 line from Crazy Creek is the newest version of their light-weight series of camping chairs. This chair rolls up small and tight for carrying or packing to your favorite overlook, stream or campsite. Really lightweight, they are great for concerts or ball games too where you might be sitting on a bench or hard chair. We take ours everywhere.

Here is an informative link to an article and video on "How to buy a backpacking and lightweight camping chair: from Outdoor Gear Lab. The chair the reviewer is holding in the video is the Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original Chair.

Here is the link:

http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Backpacking-Chair-Reviews/buying-advice

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Kyle Burgess wrote a review of on October 12, 2010

5 5

Don't let the way-cool retro look fool you, these are serious poles. Full carbon shafts wrapped in a durable bamboo cover. Very lightweight. Great grips. Leather straps. Solid carbide flextips. Excellent swing weight. And...did I mention...way-cool retro look. I use them and highly recommend them as top class ski poles.

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Kyle Burgess wrote a review of on May 24, 2010

Highly rated in Backpacker Mag June 2010 issue
5 5

Lowe Alpine’s Nanon 50:60 got a great write up in the June 2010 issue of Backpacker Magazine. This pack is included in the field test section on “Gear: Do-It-All-Packs” on page 62 where the new Nanon pack was touted as the “lightest” and earned a rating of 4.7 out of 5. Not bad. I have used this pack and it packs easily and carries great. Highly recommended. IMO it is one of the nicest packs to date from Lowe Alpine. Perfect for lightweight backpacking, weekend use or longer trips if you pack light.

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Kyle Burgess wrote a review of on May 18, 2010

5 5

FYI - This new SteriPEN Opti is an upgraded version of the SteriPEN Adventurer. It utilizes a new Optical led sensor to let the unit know it has been submerged in the water source, which then lights the bulb. Does the same thing as the other SteriPEN products as far as purifying the water, etc. The optical led can also be activated and used as a small flashlight by depressing the units on switch for 3 seconds or more.

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