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Patricio Berra

Patricio Berra

Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Patricio Berra's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing
Climbing

Patricio Berra

Patricio Berrawrote a review of on August 23, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this sunglasses for alpine climbing, as you start early in the morning and finish at night, having clouds and sun varying duriong the day.
i wanted to have a pair of shades to do it all, and i found them. i had tried the regular sebra photocromatic lens, but i prefered this one better, as it goes from 1 to 3 insted from 2 to 4, making them a bit lighter and more useafull in the morning and in the afternoon.
somtething i really liked about them was the rubber in them to stick to your nouse and ears, becuase they dont fall at all, and does not need to add a cord, so you can take them on and off with a helmet with no trouble.

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Patricio Berrawrote a review of on August 23, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love this backpack. i´ve used it in several climbs in patagonia Argentina.
Pros: super confortable during the climb, stuffed to the max or not; great size, i have even used it on multi day climbs, bringing only the essentials; awesome clousure system. super lightweight, and being small, makes you pack smart and have a light backpak all around.
cons: it´s not the most confortable pack during the approaches if its fully loadades, you have to carefully place the softer things next to your back (don´t want to walk with a cam stabing you back); it´s not the most durable either. for it´s weight it is extremly durable, the thing is that as it is super light you can´t expect it to live that much. (a recomendation, try not to haul it).
bottom line, GREAT backpack, climbing oriented, would recomend it to everybody

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Patricio Berrawrote a review of on March 30, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

this jacket is my bsolut favorite, i use it for everyting, fomr going to the grocery store to climbing in patagonia.
supper lightwheit, compresible and warm (considering tis size and weight)
the great thing about it is that it packs down to nothing and you can clip it to your harness and not know its even there.
most of the times i use it as an outer shell, but in many ocasion i wore it as a second layer when it was really cold.
the only downside is that its not the most durable. but it is the price to pay for a lightweith jacket.

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Patricio Berrawrote a review of on March 30, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

excellent stove for backpacking, but i wouldnt recommend it for big walls or similar, because is kind of hard of making the pot stand still if you dont have a flat erea.
the great thing about it is that it heats up anyting in a really fast time.
another thing i like is that the fuel is a lot cheaper that gas canisters, although a bit heavier

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Patricio Berrawrote a review of on March 30, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

these screws just sink into the ice. with its new lever in a matter of seconds you can place it.
i hace the 16 version and works great.
all my friends ask me all the time if i would sell them my set ahahaha, they all love them

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