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Minnesoda

Salt Lake city and wherever I end up...

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Kelston's Passions

Nordic Skiing
Snowboarding
Alpine Skiing

Kelston's Bio

I'm a human, pretty much prone to error.

Minnesoda

Minnesoda wrote a review of on February 5, 2008

5 5

I snagged a pair of these lushish kicks and never had wet feet or cold ones at that. The ankle support is sick in there and the insole is parallel to none. I'm all about minimal stitching and leather in the winter. Snag a pair and also the grip is great I hardly ever slip anywhere (Knock on wood now...) Get these for a winter pair of kicks and great for skating to.

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Minnesoda wrote a review of on February 5, 2008

4 5

Great for boarding but do not flex well for skiing. In other words they bend at the base of the knuckles but not at the rest of the finger joints very well. They are hella durable and kinda heavy because of it. Guaranteed to take a beating. If you board and like a pipe glove fit for kinda cold temps get them.

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Minnesoda wrote a review of on February 4, 2008

5 5

Made it 4 year into college with out this drug, I'm on the 7 year plan and now the work load desires artificial stimulation in order to complete it. This little bugger is hella durable and super simple and makes great coffee. I would strongly recommend it for its sturdiness and durability besides the fact the internal aspects are super strong in the quality aspect.

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Minnesoda wrote a review of on February 4, 2008

3 5

Honestly I get kinda cold for I am a little on the too thin side and need to start eating some of that ole red meat and bulk up the bones but the college diet kinda eliminates that coveted steak meal (I'm 6'1 160) If I bought this again I would go for a heavy weight like the 200 fleece weight, Its nice quality and pretty snug (I got a medium). This would be ideal for spring skiing.

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Minnesoda wrote a review of on December 27, 2007

5 5

So I live here in the good ole powder capital a.k.a the SLC and there is nothing better than a good set of pow pow sticks for when its gets waist plus deep. Now I was kinda skeptical as to how well these would work...that was laid to rest yesterday as I continuously attempted to get my self stuck in waist deep fresh at the "bird"...I must say these sticks turn with the lightest of pressure in the powder no matter how deep it is and they can't really be submerged. Trust me I tried. They are kinda tricky at high speed on groomers and I might suggest mounting them a hair or two above the top factory mount of -5, so maybe like -3 or -4 not centered but definitely not less than -5 back. They will eliminate any issues in the powder Guaranteed!

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