Mitch Andrews

Mitch Andrews

Cleveland, OH

Mitch's Passions

Biking
Skiing
Climbing

Mitch's Bio

I live to ski and hate the fact that im from the midwest...
150ft Vertical just doesnt quite light my fire
Im studying Mechanical Engineering at Ohio State and plan to move to CO or UT within hours of graduating...

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Mitch Andrews

Mitch Andrews wrote an answer about on September 15, 2013

Osprey makes some of the most comfortable...

Osprey makes some of the most comfortable and durable packs money can buy! If you need all out performance and tons of carrying space the Argon 110 is top notch. The 110 refers to the capacity of the pack while the size refers to the frame size which is a custom fit for your torso. At your size the XL will be the way to go. I am 6' 2" 225lbs and I rock an XL with a bit of room to expand so you would probably fit it just fine.

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Mitch Andrews

Mitch Andrews wrote a review of on July 25, 2012

5 5

Got these after I got a pair of the Original Tree Climbers and loved those. They have a lot of the same amazing design features such as the aggressive 3 piece crotch and quality pockets but they dont have the double knee so they look a bit more normal and could easily be worn in a public setting without looking like you just walked off a job site. Super great mobility, amazing comfort, just an overall amazing pair of pants. Would recommend to anyone.

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Mitch Andrews

Mitch Andrews wrote a review of on July 25, 2012

Best Pants Ever
5 5

Had these pants for a bit over a year now. Pretty much the only pants I wear now because I am either wearing these or just rocking shorts. Amazing for working in, anything from metalwork to tree climbing to trail work. Also great for hiking and climbing where you need a more rugged pant. Not exactly a light weight option but far better than jeans, dickies or similar work pants.
Would and have bought them again and would recommend them to anyone. A++

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