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Misty Mountain Man

Misty Mountain Man

Banff,Jasper,Lake Louise,White Goat Wilderness

Misty Mountain Man's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Snowshoeing
Skiing
Climbing

Misty Mountain Man's Bio

I live in Rocky Mountain House , Alberta Canada. The mountains are out my back door and I spend most of my spare time playing in them.

Misty Mountain Man

Misty Mountain Manwrote a review of on February 12, 2012

5 5

This is an awesome avalanche beacon that works very well and is so simple to use. The strap is garbage , had to cut mine off and install a better quality strap and buckle that work properly. If you buy one make sure when you shut it off to put it in the case backwards so that the off switch that sticks out fits in the slot , that way it won't turn itself on when you don't expect it to. It also saves the screen from getting damaged when putting it in backwards.

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Misty Mountain Manwrote a review of on January 3, 2011

5 5

I hate wearing a helmet for anything but I will wear this one as it is very comfortable and light. It saves teeth from getting knocked out on rocks when flipped over underwater. I also use it for skiing although it's not rated for it I refuse to use anything else as it saves broken noses and missing teeth rather very well.
The velcro inserts are nice as it's easy to remove them so one is able to add a neoprene water cap underneath or balaclava in the winter.
One minor thing , when it gets really cold , past -40 it does shrink a little snug to my head = brain freeze but nothing a hood doesn't cure :o

5 stars , Awesome product !

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Misty Mountain Manwrote a review of on January 2, 2011

5 5

Nice warm boot , have had them in temps up to -39 and my feet were still warm and dry , excellent boot design and fit in snowshoes/crampons very well. They are a narrow fit so if you got wide feet order half a boot size larger than you would normally wear.The only downfall is the top of the boot flaring out so large and not being able to wear regular pants over top.They look nice so it's not a problem and I usually wear a snow suit that's pant legs will fit over top.

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