72 Hours Only — Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* — Sept. 14-16
MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER

Northern AZ

    New Feature

    Browse Your Followers or See Who You're Following

  • #4209of 19807

Martin's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Climbing

Martin's Bio

I have been addicted to all things outdoors since childhood. I have hiked, biked, climbed, scuba dived, sky dived, skied and backpacked in over 10 countries, and plan on continuing doing so until I drop dead or hell freezes over, whichever comes first. I am also a Leave No Trace Master Educator, and am happy to pass on my knowledge of LNT through workshops and trainer courses.
Email me at: M.kramer99@gmail.com

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on January 8, 2012

4 5

I have had this bag for a while and I really like it.
The center zip does take some getting used to. Fully zipped the cold metal zipper has been known to fall on peoples' faces, but to me that is not the end of the world. This is a known problem though, so I'm not sure why Stoic hasn't addressed it.
The size of the bag works for me. I'm short, so the length is more than adequate. I move around in my sleep and have never had a problem with the width either.
I like how small this bag packs down. The included stuff sack is really solid.
Warmth wise this bag is good, but I can't say I would sleep in 6 degree weather like the previous reviewer. I sleep cold though, so maybe it's just me. If you're a cold sleeper as well, this bag should suit you down to around freezing. Anything below that and you should pick up a good bag liner as well.
Overall, this bag is light weight and a good value if you wait for a sale. Recommended.

(0)

 

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on December 20, 2011

4 5

Because these goggles are still pretty big on me. I can't imagine wearing the Scope Pro.. Anyways these fit me nicely even so, are comfortable, and haven't fogged up, yet. Build seems solid. I got the Black frame with the RC36 lens and my girlfriend says I look even sexier than usual with them on, so that's a plus.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on October 27, 2011

3 5

I picked this guy up for a 3 week backpacking trip in AZ. Overall, it performs as expected. When you get into camp at night, just take this puppy out and fit your sleeping pad in it. Sit back and relax. However, I found that I really missed having a chair during lunch breaks and what not. I'm returning mine and picking up a lightweight Crazy Creek. To me, the weight savings of the Trekker Chair are not worth the inconvenience.

(0)

 

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on October 27, 2011

3 5

I really like this fleece. It is ridiculously soft, light weight and looks good to boot. The reason for only three stars is the odd choice of material on the collar. Instead of making the outside collar out of fleece like the rest of the jacket, Marmot opted for the same fabric found around the sleeve pocket. This materiel causes the collar to bunch up into odd shapes. Also, hand pockets would be great. Besides these two details, the jacket is a keeper. Overall, I would probably buy it again.

(0)

 

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on October 27, 2011

4 5

I really like this jacket. It looks quite puffy in the picture, but in reality it hugs the body pretty well. Packs up into its own pocket which is pretty neat. (Turn the left front pocket inside out and stuff the rest in) Super light weight, compressible.
Overall a great midweight layer. Recommended.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on October 26, 2011

1 5

Picked this up for a 3 week backpacking trip in AZ. Wasn't expecting much, just a light weight minimalist pad. After the second night, 2 holes show up around the valve, right on the seams. Disappointing, but it comes with a repair kit, so no big deal, right? Wrong..
The repair kit is an utter joke. A tiny tube of "glue", and a little piece of plastic to cover the hole. The glue was absolutely worthless. Luckily a friend had some seam sealer that was able to patch it for the remainder of the trip. You couldn't pay me to hike with this thing again..

(1)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on May 10, 2011

4 5

I love my little Juice. It's small , tough and light weight, yet basically has everything you need in the back country or even around town. Keep in mind that there are a number of different versions of the Juice. This one is the S2 and comes with scissors. My version is the C2, and is identical except that it comes with a wine bottle opener instead of scissors. What can I say, I like a nice bottle of merlot after a hard days trek. Either way you go, the Juice is a great multi tool to have by your side.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

MOSHE KRAMER

MOSHE KRAMER wrote a review of on May 10, 2011

Everything you need except...
4 5

I love the skeletool, and have had mine for a number of years. Super light weight, super tough, what's not to like? The only thing that I found missing is a can opener. Maybe it's just me, but whenever I go backpacking I always have at least a can or two that need to be opened, and the skeletool is no help there. Luckily I found an easy fix. I bought a small light weight can opener and have attached it via string to the skeletool's carabiner. The whole package easily fits into the sheath (sold separately). If you need a light weight multitool that does (almost) everything, look no further.

(3)

 

0 Comments

load more