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Nathan Burgess

Nathan Burgess

Moab, UT

Nathan's Bio

Singletrack. Powder. Aspen. Pine. Campfires.

Nathan Burgess

Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on June 27, 2011

5 5

These are great shades. I have the regular rounded lenses and have had them for several years. The titanium lenses have been great and have stood up to my active and crazy life. I have put these shades through hell and they keep kickin'. I have a small to medium face and they fit great. The slight exposure from dust and debris from the sides help them to vent better during high intensity pursuits. I have worn these shade to run equipment, rope cows, ride MTB/Moto and drink cold ones after all that. Now that is pretty good!

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on June 27, 2011

5 5

These things rock. I have been an oakley fan for the last 11 years or so. Never been disappointed. I got these because my new job need more wrap around eye protection. I had a pair of half jackets that I was very happy with but they were 3+ years old and getting tired. These glasses give me ANSI Z87 rated protection from flying debris and keep me stylin'. The polarization is a plus to keep glare down when I'm off playing after work.

Bottom Line: Buy them. If you can keep a decent pair of shades around then this is what you need!

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on March 2, 2011

5 5

I love these shorts. I got turned onto these shorts at a Prana factory sale where they had 2nds for $10! I have been buying them ever since. The material dries incredibly fast and is stretchy enough to do almost anything. These shorts have been climbing, repelling, sky-diving, and even the occasional pub crawl. The bottom line above is right on. Doesn't get much better than this!

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on March 2, 2011

5 5

It doesn't get much better than this. This thing is bulletproof, warm, and completely windproof. The total wind-proofing of this thing limits breath-ability a bit, but that is averted by r1 panels in the armpits and big pocket zippers. When it gets blustery you can layer over it too. The weight is pretty nice and I don't think anything else touches this in performance. I went into my local retailer intending to get a softshell, instead I walked out with this jacket. I haven't looked back since!

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Nathan Burgess wrote an answer about on March 1, 2011

Not all SOG knives are made in WA. I have a Salute model that was made in China. Some are made in Taiwan. If you question it (or it costs less than $100) then check out SOG's website. That will have the right information.

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on February 28, 2011

5 5

This is my go to underlayer when it gets cold. With one of these and my OR ski jacket I can be down below 0 and still having a good sweaty time. Too bad they are made in china, but then everything is these days. No stink, no problems. Merino is the best and just about anything from IB is going to work awesome.

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on February 27, 2011

5 5

This thing is awesome. I got the aluminum handle and the TiNi blade. Solid knife, holds an edge great, and scored on SAC! The assisted opening is solid, the locking mechanism can be operated with gloves on, and the balance and ergonomics are fantastic. The aluminum handle is tough and still light enough. The clip lets the knife sit completely flush inside my pocket and it stays in place very well. Also, SOG used regular allen bolts instead of torx bolts so it is easier to work on. Go buy one of these!

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Nathan Burgess wrote a review of on February 22, 2011

3 5

Not really impressed. I liked the gauntlets, but overall I didn't like the gloves. The fingertips were sewn funny, the stiffness required a fairly extended break-in, and the glove wasn't as warm as I was expecting. They seemed to cut the wind fine and they worked, but there are definitely better gloves out there for a better price. I picked them up in SAC and they were still $55. Yikes!

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