Nathan Page

Nathan Page

Gig Harbor

Nathan Page's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Biking
Climbing

Nathan Page's Bio

I climb, mountaineer, slackline, run, bike, and snowboard. All the rest of what I do keeps me from enjoying, but also pays for the above.

Nathan Page

Nathan Page posted an image about on May 11, 2011

Hiking New Zealand

Last January, I spent a month backpacking around the south island of New Zealand. I needed something light, moderately large, and and comfortable. This pack fit the bill perfectly! The ventilation system is top-notch, the waste straps and shoulder straps are light and breathable. Love the pockets, especially in the waste straps. Overall, great pack. Buy it.

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Nathan Page wrote a review of on May 11, 2011

5 5

Another quality product from Arc'teryx. The stitching is superb, with incredibly low tolerances. Being 70% cotton, this shirt is surprisingly breathable, and has never had that annoying "stick" that other cotton button-ups are notorious for. Have not yet taken it climbing, so cannot experientially comment on durability; but it seems to me like it would not have a problem.

As far a sizing, I am 6'2" and an athletic/ lanky build and a LARGE fits well through the length and arms. The picture makes it seem a tad more slim fitting than it actually is.

Overall, great shirt; highly recommended.

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Nathan Page wrote a review of on December 28, 2010

5 5

Have had these a little over a month and have gotten a lot of use out of them. Several multiday hikes, climbing, and mountaineering and they have help up perfectly. They look good, however are very light on the face and fit my nose perfectly. I have a medium sized face and get compliments on how well they fit. The Moss/Silver is much darker than it appears on this site; can hardly tell they are clear when in use. I'd recommend them.

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Nathan Page wrote a review of on December 28, 2010

2 5

Have had this hoody for just over a year, so I feel like i have experience to review on durability. It's really not that great... The sleeves are pilling horribly; the stitching is also coming loose on the bottom of the sleeves. If you want to wear a technical brand for sitting on the couch and looking cool walking around town: go for it. Anything else: save 200 bucks.

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Nathan Page wrote a review of on January 9, 2009

5 5

I have had these shoes for two and half years and amazingly they are still holding up! I don't street skate, but i longboard everyday and when slidding, shoes can get pretty messed up. But the triple stitched toes have held up and he vulc has not come apart at all like many vans shoes i've purchased. these shoes are so durable and have sick style; i would recommend them to anyone.

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