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MFairbourn

MFairbourn

All Over Utah!

Matt's Passions

Camping

Matt's Bio

A fun loving backpacking, spelunking, hiking, drinking, running, skiing, cycling, snowboarding, beard-growing, fishing, bone-breaking, rock climbing, snowshoeing, regular ol'dude.

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MFairbourn wrote a review of on March 10, 2009

5 5

OK, so it is a little pricy, but can you put a value on your noggin? I have had one for a few years and I love it. I paid full price and I would again, but if you can get it on sale.. BUY IT! I had a buddy go down and land on his head wearing this helmet. Of course the helmet was destroyed but it was interesting to see that the thing was build with crumple zones.. Another testament to the Atmos!

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MFairbourn wrote a review of on January 16, 2009

4 5

I bought this jacket on sale and am pretty happy with my purchase. You can't go wrong with The North Face quality and name. With the liner it is pretty warm, I took it out one morning with the thermometer reading 4 degrees and was fine on the slopes. My only complaint is with the liner it is a little small in the arm pit area, but I got used to it.

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MFairbourn wrote a review of on January 15, 2009

5 5

The first time I went snowshoeing I kinda hated it, but I was using a pair of borrowed Tubbs with the metal tubes. Every hill we climbed I was sliding backwards. Someone recommended these to me, so I got them and gave snowshoeing another shot. The Denali Ascents are great! The one thing I would recommend it maybe going with the 4" floats even if you are over 175. I weight 176 so I got the 8" floats and found them a little cumbersome, so I bought a pair of 4" inch and had no trouble. I am not even sure you need the floats if you are on a heavily used trail or behind other people, but they are nice to have. The heel Lifters are a great feature and worth the extra money.

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MFairbourn wrote a review of on January 14, 2009

5 5

These are Great gloves. With the liners in my fingers are always toasty warm. I will say they run small so get a size up, but other than that, they are perfect! Great for the price in my opinion. I have tried many different gloves in the $50 price range and always got cold fingers eventually, but not with these puppies! My girlfreind has Raynaud's disease so I got her a pair of the Gore-Mitts, and her hands were nice and warm as well, which is very rare!

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MFairbourn wrote a review of on September 7, 2007

4 5

After reading many good reviews on this product (mostly from people who didn't pay for it) I was excited and went out and bought one. I had very high expectations. I bought this product for fast packing, basically short overnight trips. The backpack is very light. It fit all I needed for my overnighter in Kentucky, but I have two complaints. The adjustment to get it to fit well and feel good took me a long time. I was playing with the straps most of my trip. Secondly when I used the hydration pocket and my Camelbak bladder was full it pushed on my back and made a good fit impossible. So overall this is a good light backpack. Doesn't hold much, but overall I am happy with it.

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