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Norton's Passions

Alpine Touring
Fly Fishing
Camping
Backpacking
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Alpine Skiing
Swimming
Kayaking

Norton's Bio

Raised in Chicago and moved to Montana from NYC ten years ago, I still love my move!

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Norton Pease wrote an answer about on February 19, 2011

If you are aggressive, and want added speed and longer turns, then the 184 is more to your billing. From what I'm reading, because you aren't terribly aggressive (and because of your size), the 174 sounds like the better option. 174 isn't for the girls, it's a size geared for you. I'm 5'10 and heavier- 175lbs, and I ski the 184, but debated on the Goliaths for the extra length. I'm very happy with my pair, but then again I am an aggressive skier.

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Norton Pease wrote a review of on January 26, 2011

5 5

I purchased this in Azure (medium) two years ago. I have some 10 jackets, and this is my goto shell. It's amazing, what is more amazing is that I have grown, since that initial purchase, in the wrong direction. So, I sold the medium and grabbed a Large in Pois. HOLY BUCKETS~! This is the best shell I've ever had. I have Westcombs (I like), Arcteryx(s), Helly Hansens, Norrona, Mammuts.... but this one is the tank. Not as lightweight as the westcomb mirage, but amazingly strong. I also like the fact that there is not a powder skirt. All my other shells do, and I think this is a bonus for this jacket. Those skirts are overrated when wearing bibs. Anyway, this jacket is a lifetime jacket!

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Norton Pease wrote a review of on December 2, 2010

My second pair, cause the rock!
5 5

This is my second pair. Added the newer white/copper to my movement sluffs and I LOVE THEM! Not enough to marry, but will never go back to the lighter shotty AT bindings that everyone else produces. These are tough enough for 12 foot drops, and sturdy enough for any Alpine endeavor. Marker, you should change then name from Duke to King.

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Norton Pease wrote a review of on December 2, 2010

Of my 8+ jackets, my fav!
5 5

I got this jacket last year, and it is my favorite. First, made of Event. The sizing is right, for me in all the right places. I like the added seat in the rear, and the draw to pull it up, if needed. The jacket has more room in the shoulders, and because of my stud-like build ;) it is great for layering. It's a great fit. I'm 5'10 and 170lbs. I go with the medium.

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