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Prairie Paddle Chick wrote a review of on July 7, 2012

5 5

I love the Jaws. Been using it for years. Great for lead belaying with narrower ropes. Unfortunately I dropped it while cleaning a climb. These suckers are hard to find at a bricks and mortar store where I live. So its going to have to be online.

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Prairie Paddle Chick wrote a review of on August 9, 2011

5 5

This little pack is awesome. I've owned it for a few years now. Been summer hiking, road cycling and now multipitch climbing with it. I love how the extra length on the waist strap can clip to the shoulder straps. Genius. Stays out of the way of my harness when I am on rock. The bungee on the back is great for extra carrying capacity on multipitch. The space and hanger for the water bladder are great for cycling and climbing. I also own the Talon 33 and have used it for ski touring. Great for that as well.

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Prairie Paddle Chick wrote a review of on August 22, 2010

5 5

I've had this dress for a few years now. I like it so much I'm ordering another one. Pros. Hides all my defects like my belly. Travels well to places where I could only handwash it. Doesn't need ironing. Grows with you. If your size changes so does the tie in the back. Goes from casual to formal dinner in a flash.

Cons. Need a bra as the nipples do show. And that's one without straps! V-neck is a little low, can show cleavage. Knot in the back can be annoying when you are sitting at dinner.

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Prairie Paddle Chick wrote a review of on August 22, 2010

5 5

I just got this shirt. Perfect for hiking in a variety of springlike mountain conditions. Kept me warm during the morning chill, when it heated up later it in the afternoon it was still comfortable. Very visible, when you're up the top of the mountain its easy to see (Bluestone color). I'm 5'6" and 142lbs, fit me perfectly.

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Prairie Paddle Chick wrote a review of on December 22, 2008

5 5

Nice jacket. Shovelled snow in -11 F in this jacket and a shell made out of Entrant. Completed soaked the inside of my Entrant jacket but the Epic stayed dry. Cross country skied in it with no problems. The arms are a bit long but I like them that way. Medium fitted the way I wanted, I'm 5'6" and 145lbs. Lots of space under the armpits. Enough room for a fleece layer. Defintely recommend.

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