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Noah Singer

Noah Singer

Park City, UT

Noah's Passions

Alpine Touring
Camping
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Alpine Skiing
Sport Climbing

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on April 16, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

You spent $500 on your jacket, not spend another few to keep it worth that. One 10oz bottle will do about two washing when used as prescribed with a load of 3-4 articles each. It won't get as clean as your Oxy Clean will, but it will make your gear last much longer and behave as it should.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on March 12, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Miir does something good for society, that is the most important thing here. You pay a fair price for a high-quality coffee cup and it helps others, simple as that. The cup is well insulated for both hot and cold drinks. This is my go-to for traveling and camping because it looks and works just like a pint glass. Your coffee stays hot and in the cup with a tightly fit lid, and then when beer:30 rolls around you just leave the top of and you don't look like your drinking beer from a coffee mug. As a bonus it stays cold longer.

- My one con of the mug is that the air hole in the lid is very small, so while it doesn't leak it can easily clog with dry coffee residue and become blocked. Once that happens the java doesn't flow out as easily through the mouth piece. To remedy it, just blow through the hole and you're good to go.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on August 23, 2013

That babe from high school has grown up
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The XLM being re-birthed as a 29er, along with updated geometry and specs, makes me a happy man. I was lucky enough to race this bike recently, along with some high country rides. I came from a Santa Cruz Highball Carbon, so the bar was high. This bike is smooth as silk, typical of Ti but once again proven here. The oversized head tube brings it in touch with the modern era. The bike actually climbs better than my Highball, and is nearly on par on the descents. All around, it's sexy and it performs.

My one complaint is that there was some seat post slippage with both an Easton Carbon and Thomson aluminum post. I hope this can be dialed in, otherwise it's a lovely machine.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on July 10, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

SPD pedals are great, but the cleats do wear out in about 1,500 miles. Keep a pair of these on hand, when you put them on it will feel like you just got a fresh straight razor shave and haircut, thinks are just right and tight.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on July 10, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These prevent bonk, that is assumed and is also true. They are easy to eat hour after hour on your bike or run. What sets these apart from other chews is the packaging. You will never eat all of them in a single sitting (on the saddle) so having the "tube" shape to the packaging allows you to rip the top off, push a few out with your fingers and toss it back into your jersey pocket. Then, go win the race. I've even seen people in lick the bottom of a few blocks then stick them to their toptube for easy consumption. I haven't tried this myself, but apparently they stay on their pretty well.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on March 26, 2013

4 5

Stan's took the splash away from Slime about a decade ago. Since then they have become the authority for sealant. The only complaint is that it dries up in about a month and becomes one giant glob within your tire and bounces around. Once it takes this bugger like form, it won't seal a hole anymore.

Reapply every 45 days or so your good.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on March 26, 2013

These set the standard
5 5

You're whole day on the mountain is dependent on seeing the mountain. Goggles are your eyeglass to the day. Light conditions, fit, ability to not fog up and of course style. These nail all of those and more. You can very easily change out the lens and buy extras. The strap is a nice length to wear with our without a helment. Get a loud color like blue and your friends will always be able to follow you down that chute or at the bottom of the lift line, whichever is your cup of tea. These goggles here are the standard size, not the IOX or I/OS.

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Noah Singer wrote a review of on March 25, 2013

4 5

This beanie is lined around the ears making it extra warm. It fits only slightly above the top of your head, not full on "condom tip" (yes, that is how it's referred too) style but just enough to be cool. The ball is securely attached and wont' fall off.

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