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Lubomir Iliev

Lubomir Iliev

Sofia, Bulgaria or Vail, CO or...

Lubomir Iliev's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Climbing

Lubomir Iliev's Bio

I started snowboarding in 1995 and somehow it changed my life and me as a person :) Since on I have a lot more respect to the mountains, sea and everything created by the mother nature. I am keen in seasonal jobs that provide spare time for my beloved activities.

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Lubomir Ilievwrote a question about on November 24, 2011

Do you have idea how these gloves run? I checked The North face glove size chart and M should fit perfectly, but generally I am always between M and L. If by any chance someone know if they are on smaller or bigger side it will be highly appreciated. My hand measures 20cm(7,87 inches) - palm to tip of middle finger.
Kind regards,
Lubomir Iliev

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Lubomir Ilievwrote a review of on December 21, 2008

3 5

It's well crafted tent... looks capable of what it says excluding the fact that vents just DON'T WORK. After 2 nights spent on a trip in Rocky Mountains and waking up in a SAUNA with completely wet walls from inside(without any rain during the night and even with half opened door!!!) I just returned it. Generally I'm keen in ultralight backpacking but if you want good ventilation look for a DOUBLE-WALLED tent(an extra pound weight). After all I bought Sierra Designs Asp 2 Tent and I am very happy with it!!!

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Lubomir Ilievwrote a review of on December 21, 2008

5 5

This tent has it all! Easy setup(color coding), really comfortable and roomy for 2 persons(2 doors and vestibules), nice design, good comfort-weight ratio, excellent ventilation... I used the tent just for a weekend trekking in the Rila mountain(Bulgaria)and one of the nights it was raining cats and dogs for 5-6 hours without a single drop inside!!! The only drawback noticed so far is the sack(it's bigger than needed and there are no compression straps)- not a big deal.

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