Porter Haney

Porter Haney

Utah/Wyoming

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Porter's Bio

Born in the icy climes of northern New England, Porter 'Cougar' Haney is no stranger to the mountains.

Once, in Canada, he caught a wild salmon with a magnifying glass, cunning, and determination, then trained it to hunt down and retrieve smaller fish for his sustenance.

He has been sighted swimming off Cape Horn, and regularly bathes in frigid Patagonian waters for his health.

He has logged more than 366.333 (repeating of course) consecutive days with at least one face shot, and has perfected the art of skiing rock faces devoid of snow.

As a Freelance Mexican Food Architect, he has been awarded the first Michelin star in the discipline. He has the kind of culinary intuition that cannot be learned or taught.

His nacho towers reach the height of two-story buildings, and his Huevos Rancheros set off both fire and flavor alarms.

His mustaches make women weak in the knees. His beards drive them insane.

As a youngster, he drove a 1950 Chevy from Whistler to Wyoming, then from Stowe to Snowbird, just to see where the best schussing was. As an adult, the schussing has learned to follow him instead.

His Carhartt double-fronts haven't been washed since he bought them 8 years ago. They smell of determination and jasmine.

His resolve is the stuff of legends.

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Porter Haney

Porter Haney wrote a review of on June 29, 2006

5 5

I have had a chance to use two different Marmot Tents. The Swallow and the NYX. Both have stood up to the test of time and weather. Pretty bomber if you ask me. Both have been used it ~10F weather, in ice storms, and with mega winds. Talking 70mph artic gales. They withstood well in all conditions, even when other tents in the group did not!

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