Matthew A. Toebbe

Matthew A. Toebbe

Cincinnati

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Matthew A.'s Bio

I boulder indoor at Climb Time in Blue Ash, and every now and then I'll work some routes at RockQuest in Sharonville with my wife Kelli. We do the Eden park wall when it's nice out. But we are always looking for a reason to go to the Red.

11/9/08 I just got back from Obed. We worked some problems at Lilly Boulders and did some sport climbing at Lilly Bluff where I led my first 5.10a. sweet

Matthew A. Toebbe

Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 27, 2008

Screw on "crimps" are smaller holds that are used to build strength. Most clubhouse/jungle gyms use holds called "juggs". They are a lot bigger and easier to wrap your hand around. Juggs would probably be better for a five year old, unless you wish do develop a serious climber. (here are some nice mini-jugs from metolius http://www.backcountry.com/store/MET0253/Metolius-Mini-Jug-Hold-Set-5-Pack.html

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 24, 2008

Thule's fitment guide is hard to get answers on. You'll probably have to e-mail them for a good answer. Use this address to ask, and they will answer by e-mail.http://thule.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/thule.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?p_sid=qvUS2Hjj&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_lva=&p_sp=&p_li=

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 24, 2008

I checked there before, but the site is not very helpful. I will call them. Thanks.---Thule's fitment guide is hard to get answers on. You'll probably have to e-mail them for a good answer. Use this address to ask, and they will answer by e-mail.http://thule.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/thule.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?p_sid=qvUS2Hjj&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_lva=&p_sp=&p_li=

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 24, 2008

Thule's fitment guide is hard to get answers on. You'll probably have to e-mail them for a good answer. Use this address to ask, and they will answer by e-mail.http://thule.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/thule.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?p_sid=qvUS2Hjj&p_accessibility=0&p_redirect=&p_lva=&p_sp=&p_li=

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 24, 2008

It looks a little big to be used as a carry-on. Most carry-on is supposed to be around 22"x14"x9". But I have seen some strange things brought on-board. It kinda' depends on who is working and how crowded the plane is. (We got married in Hawaii, and my wife brought her wedding gown on along with our two allowable carry-ons. The plane was nearly empty, and the flight crew was all women that understood her problem)

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 23, 2008

The Tech Specs say max burn time is 120 hours. Max usually means they have it on the lowest setting to get the longest time. The "boost" setting only lasts for 20 seconds, so if you continuously use the "boost" I am sure the battery life would be significantly shorter.

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Matthew A. Toebbe wrote an answer about on November 22, 2008

The sizing chart is just below the pull down menu. That is probably your best bet to figure out which one is right for you. Just remember that kids are shaped like kids, and women are shaped like women. A women's harness is built to fit your hips, waist and legs properly.

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