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I am coming off a recent injury. These shoes along with some PT have helped so far. Great cushioning and breath-ability. I have been using these on the trails in the Uinta mountains primarily. I will write an extended review after more use. Hit me up if you have any gear questions or needs!
Check out this awesome review from my customer Syed:
"Back from Iceland last week, had an unbelievable time. Summitted the two tallest peaks, the Snaefellsjokull glacier, and had a bit of an adventure when we got stranded just south of the Arctic Circle - friend and I were dropped off in an uninhabited nature reserve by boat, had a steep alpine ruck of 50 km through horrendous weather to our pick up point. Unfortunately, our pick up had to turn back due to really bad seas, and we didn't know until we reached the LZ since there was no cell service. Glad I bought the Alpha AR from you guys - it kept me nice and dry despite 80 kph winds, freezing rain and snow, and poor visibility (< 5 m due to the fog)."
Photo taken prior to a ride up Mirror Lake Highway in the Uinta's
I bought this piece a while back and used this a lot, mainly for ski touring and colder outdoor activities where I am moving fast. It runs a little small in my opinion, but I believe is common of Norrona. If you have any questions please let me know!
This is a photo of my customer in Martha's Vineyard in an area called "The Dump". This is a 110lb blue-fin tuna!
I took this pack down to Zion a couple of weeks ago. I took it on a few day hikes and it worked out really well. I stored a lot of water because I was hauling my mom and sisters water (6 liters of water), had an inflatable tube in the back pocket, sunscreen, glasses, buff, wind layer and some snacks. If you have any questions about this pack or other gear on the site, hit me up (801) 204-4564.
I love icebreaker. This T did not disappoint. I essentially wore it my entire trip to Costa Rica and it never got that smelly, it looks good (monsoon/metal) as a top with jeans and feels amazing. I have been on a couple runs also and it wicked pretty well.
Bought this for my girlfriend. She tested it. Then took a photo in a pool. A little while later her iphone was lights out. Lifeproof did take care of her with a new case and an arm band attachment to help alleviate things but she was still out a phone and had to buy a new one.
I bought these as my first boot to start glacier travel and mountaineering adventures. The detail in the craftsmanship in these are top notch Italian made. I wear a street shoe size 11 and went with a size 12 and they have worked out great. I am looking forward to more trips with these great boots.
Gearing up for a climb of Mt. Rainier I purchased these. I was skeptical that they would provide enough warmth and wind protection for the trip. They did provide exactly what I needed though. The fit is definitely standard and does not have an alpine cut . The belt loops accommodated my belt no prob. If you have any questions about these please shoot me a message.
I bought this a couple years ago primarily for super light backpacking adventures. It hasn't disappointed. As you can see from the picture it worked as a great snow pit bench padding. It inflates and deflates pretty easy. It is "crunchy" but the lightweight and ease of use outweigh the noise it makes. If you have any questions feel free to hit me up!
Where to start....This is one of my favorite camping pieces I own. I have used this car camping, backpacking and mountaineering. I have even used it when the power went out at my house and I needed to make some grub. The java kit is an added bonus for your high altitude caffeine fix. If you have any questions feel free to hit me up!
These sunglasses are rad. Being the old soul that I am, I wanted a classic looking glacier sunny. I have used these a few times, primarily on a trip to Mt. Rainier last June. They worked as described. The plastic protective case is nice and the construction is about what you would expect paying $150. I have a larger head and these fit fine. If you have any questions feel free to hit me up!