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Perry Hall

Perry Hall

Wasatch Range, Green Mountains

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Perry's Passions

Alpine Touring
Fly Fishing
Camping
Backpacking
Trail Running
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Alpine Skiing

Perry's Bio

Massachusetts by way of Vermont, spend most of the winter on skis, and most of the summer on two wheels, Enjoy trail running, climbing, hiking, road biking, skiing, etc. Fall is dedicated to hunts and fall bike rides.

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Perry Hall

Perry Hall wrote a review of on August 18, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

While I cannot claim I'm from Vermont, its my 2nd home, and my mom always said I was raised in the wrong state! Great to rep some east coast pride out here in Utah. Primary use is face and neck sun protection while fly fishing, and it does the job extremely well! Dip it in the water and cool off while fishing the hot August afternoons!

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on August 18, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For my outdoor pursuits I'm hard on gear, and I want to have my phone with me for both pictures and emergencies. When I am out in the swamp duck hunting, spot and stalking big game in a snow storm, taking a shot of a nice Provo River Brown, or just have it in the jersey pocket of the road or mountain bike, its great to have the peace of mind that I don't have to worry about the phone becoming waterlogged or damaged by moisture.

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on August 18, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Want a basecamp duffle but don't want to pay the premium? Check these out. While I second what Matt said below regarding the ability to dig around for gear and shoulder straps, its a great bag for my bike gear. Throw it all in one spot and throw it in the truck. Great gear bag for sure! I will be flying with it as my carry on this weekend.

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Perry Hall

Perry Hall wrote a review of on August 18, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Having to do the funky bib-short pee dance is no more with the handy fly built in to these shorts.
On top of that, Pockets! on any MTB ride under 1.5 hrs or so I can run a bottle in my cage, a tube, co2, inflator, tool, and phone in the pockets of these shorts and not have to worry about a pack. The shorts use a thicker, cyteckesq(i think it is cytec) chamois, but no complaints there. Material is light and has a mesh-like look to it. These shorts under some One Industries ION or AlpineStars Drops are a great combination for trail riding!

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on August 18, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Definitely lighter than my old specialized. The price is right, the shoe is nice and stiff, and very breathable. Very excited to put more road/cross miles on these. I did size up a half size on the size chart (I am a 9.5/42 and went to a 42.5 and am content with the decision. Only have around 100 miles on these so far, but will be using them a lot more!

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on July 9, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like meat. I like jerky, but these bars are still growing on me. They are definitely different, and may or may not be appetizing looking depending on the consumer, but the taste, that is where they win. I have tried every flavor except for the turkey, and the Bison Bacon Cranberry and the Lamb Currant Mint are both awesome flavors. Better for hiking and lower exertion activities, it did not sit super well in the middle of a long mountain bike ride, but was great on the river fishing or for a snack on a hike. Great protein and a filling snack.

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on June 17, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The One Industries Ion short is a crusher of a short, providing all day comfort on longer xc rides, but offers enough durability and ventilation for super hot days on the lifts or shuttling. Pairing these with the meshy Giro New Road liner bibs makes for a super cool lower body while pedaling through the heat of the summer. Pockets are small, but can hold a phone/keys/ID, and inseam is short enough that even veteran Lycra wearers will accept them into their wardrobe. Slight issue with the velcro seperating from the pull tabs around your waist, but they are stitched on both ends so its not a major issue at all. (this was after 25-30 hrs trail time). Be sure to size down! I'm a 36 in most things, 200 lbs, 6 ft. and I wear a 34 in all of the One Industries gear.

Be sure to pair this with the Vapor glove and the Ion 1/4 zip jersey to keep it fresh on the trials this summer.

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Perry Hall wrote a review of on May 28, 2014

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Not sure if I'm ready to give these more than 2 stars yet. I've used them twice. Once was riding my mountain bike, the other was yard work. For riding, these things seem great, no wires, solid feel in my ear, etc. However, if you have the phone in your back jersey pocket(same side as the BT receiver) you get fairly choppy sound with loss of signal. The headphone is within 2 feet of the phone, but apparently they don't transmit through your body, so its slightly frustrating. I was happy when I didn't have to look left, as that's where I lost my sound.

During yard work, I had my phone in my right front pocket of some shorts, and the sound wasn't cutting out or choppy nearly as much, but did have some interruptions.

I'd give these a solid 2 stars for the first two uses. I plan on trying them with my phone in the top pocket of the hydration pack (closer to the ears) to see if that helps at all, but it may be better to fork out the money for the nicer version coming out soon or some Jaybirds.

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