Nathan Yineman

Nathan Yineman

Upper Midwest

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Nathan's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking

Nathan's Bio

I am a lifelong camper and mountain biker with recent forays into backpacking. Aspirations include kayaking and climbing.

Nathan Yineman

Nathan Yineman wrote a review of on April 17, 2012

4 5

My work has me on my feet all day long, with periods of time standing in one are for many hours at a time. These shoes have such good support and cushion that my feet are as fresh after a full day as when I wear my running shoes. Combine that with the rugged outdoor credentials of great grip (even in wet condintions) and waterproofing and the result is another great product from a trusted outdoor company.

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Nathan Yineman wrote an answer about on April 29, 2010

I can "fit" my EMS Boreal 20 (rated at 8x16) into a small bag but it only allows me to roll the top about 2 times. I am not very convinced that this would keep my bag dry if it were out in the rain but in my backpack I am sure it would be fine. I do plan on getting a medium to try it out and see if it holds better but even if it doesn't I will pack something into it because these bags rock.

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Nathan Yineman wrote a review of on May 16, 2009

2 5

I picked this up not expecting much from a sub $5 plastic eating utensil, but that being said I was still disappointed. The telescoping mechanism is prone to breakage, I had to re-attach it a few times and the tracks that the spoon part runs on collect food particles and require more cleaning than a non telescoping spoon would. I was hesitant a few times when using this product in hot food due to its flimsy plastic design, and after use and cleaning, it requires a reasonable amount of force to collapse but then has no latch at the back to keep it in compact form. It is however, lightweight and will not scratch your pots, but those or the only good things it has going for it in my opinion.

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Nathan Yineman wrote a review of on April 22, 2009

4 5

Great combination of beefy construction and light weight. I recently used these for the first time on a weekend trip that brought me through sloppy mud, rocky outcrops, and even 2 foot snow drifts in some areas. Never got wet once and kept really good footing/traction the entire time. The fitment was good, toe box not too narrow for me and the arch support wasn't great but didn't hurt either. I am very impressed with these boots.

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Nathan Yineman wrote a review of on April 1, 2009

4 5

I bought this product looking looking for a fast and easy to set up tent that will keep out the elements for 3-seasons. The product is exceptional at both. I can set it up by myself very quickly and it has never leaked. The gear vestibule is another feature that I have really enjoyed in addition to its small size when packed.

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Nathan Yineman wrote a review of on April 1, 2009

4 5

This is an excellent knife for the money. I like the ease of use and cleaning as well as the partial serration. Durability is exceptional, I embarrassingly lost mine at my friend's land one fall and he happened to find it the following spring, after some cleaning and sharpening it works just fine. I still use this knife.

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