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Michael Mooradian

Michael Mooradian

I live in the heartland of the Midwest, Pure Michigan. I travel as far East and West as I can, as far as I can...

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Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking
Skiing
Climbing

Michael Mooradian's Bio

I work the typical 9-5 behind a desk, and similar to when you leave your dog inside all day, I am running wild when I get into the outdoors. I live for the next great adventure!

Michael Mooradian

Michael Mooradianwrote a question about on January 23, 2015

Question regarding sizing, I know there's been a little discussion between the 185 and 192, but I'm a little smaller. I'm 5'9" and around 160 lbs. I am an intermediate/expert skier with a playful style - not a hard charger by any means or any race background. I'm worried that the 178 might be too short with the rocker profile, but that the 186 might be too heavy. Not looking to use this as a one ski quiver but for trips into the deep. Any help is appreciated.

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Michael Mooradianwrote a question about on December 10, 2014

Question regarding sizing. I'm 5'9" and roughly 160 lbs. I am an intermediate skier with a playful style - not a hard charger by any means. I'm worried that the 176 might be too short with such a large rocker profile, but that the 186 might be too much ski. Not looking to use this as a one ski quiver but for powder days/trips. Any help is appreciated.

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Michael Mooradianwrote a review of on September 12, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

I've used these for any multi-day travels/adventures. From the heat and humidity of Thailand to the surf adventures down the coast of Baja, these things handle it all. I've worn them in and out of the water with no issues, dry quickly and never have any issues with chaffing.

These boxers will keep you comfortable no matter the condition. I don't go on any where without them!

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Michael Mooradianwrote a review of on February 4, 2013

A Puff of All Trades
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a great go to jacket for all kinds of weather. I?ve used for cold Fall nights to bitter cold winter days and this thing always keeps me warm! The nano-puff does an amazing job of insulating warmth and cutting down the wind on stormy days. Using it to shovel the drive way I can wear nothing but a t-shirt underneath and still keep warm. Other pluses are it packing down well for travel/camping, and as with all Patagonia items, is built with bomber construction!

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Michael Mooradianwrote a question about on November 1, 2011

Bibby's vs. YLE's?

I am looking to switch to something new from my Scott P4's. I am about 5'10"/170 lbs. I live in Michigan (I know not a skiers mecca) but have been skiing out West more than in Michigan. I don't do alot of spinning, like to ride switch from time to time, I want a ski that can handle it all for when I head out west, groomers, drops, powder, etc. I was sold on the Bibby's until I found the YLE's, any info would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Michael Mooradian

Michael Mooradianwrote a question about on November 1, 2011

Bibby's vs. YLE's?

I am looking to switch to something new from my Scott P4's. I am about 5'10"/170 lbs. I live in Michigan (I know not a skiers mecca) but have been skiing out West more than in Michigan. I don't do alot of spinning, like to ride switch from time to time, I want a ski that can handle it all for when I head out west, groomers, drops, powder, etc. I was sold on the Bibby's until I found the YLE's, any info would be appreciated. Thanks!

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