Reid Bailey

Reid Bailey

Amarillo, TX

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Reid's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Mountain Biking

Reid's Bio

I love being outside...and I'll do anything once I'm there. Skiing is my favorite...and TOAS is my "home" mountain...it is simply the best. But, I also enjoy anywhere in Colorado, who wouldn't? Recently picked up mountain biking, again, and hope to continue. I extremely enjoy camping due to the fact that I'm an Eagle Scout and have spent countless nights under the stars.

I want to be a "Backcountry.com Sponsored Athlete," how sweet would that be?

Reid Bailey

Reid Bailey wrote a review of on July 21, 2008

5 5

This is my second "not cotton" t-shirt that I've bought. I enjoyed my first one so much that i just had to get this one...although, the light blue is a little girly, but my gf loves it. Very soft, dries quick, and a chance to sport the Goat...awesome.

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Reid Bailey

Reid Bailey wrote a review of on February 7, 2008

2 5

I love Oakley...but this hat is not the best. It's more of a fashion statement then great gear. It is way too loose on my head and not too warm. But, I still managed to use it and my goggles kept it on my head...i just had to deal with wind breezing into my skull the whole day I wore it skiing.

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Reid Bailey wrote a review of on February 7, 2008

4 5

I wore this shirt skiing a couple of weeks ago and it served as a perfect base layer (it was all I wore under my jacket). The smart placement of the seams kept me from chaffing. It was hovering over 0 degrees for much of the skiing and I still felt like this provided enough warmth..and it's extremely comfortable. Only problem was that I had read it was good for keeping odors out...and I don't think it provided that protection (could have just been me though, I was workin it out there :) )

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Reid Bailey wrote a review of on December 27, 2007

5 5

I wear this shirt every night after I get out of the shower...and I've worn it running, and I've worn it biking...i wear it all the time. it is the most comfortable thing...and its very cheap compared to other similar shirts...im thinking about buying 2 more just because I love it so much. Plus, the backcountry logo is perfectly added to make it cool. People want to know what the logo is...I simply say "backcountry.com...its the best site out there...go there, enjoy"

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Reid Bailey

Reid Bailey wrote a review of on December 18, 2007

5 5

I live in the Texas Panhandle where, surprisingly, it can be 80 degrees one day in December and then 27 the next. This light weight jacket is so versatile and perfect for any condition. This is my first Gore-Tex shell and it has lived up to my expectations. I love the fact that I know I'm protected in any weather. I've used it in the rain and can't wait for my first ski trip this year.Very light Downsides: no pit zips (but it does have front vent pockets that I'm sure will work fine); light on pockets; loud.

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Reid Bailey wrote a review of on December 18, 2007

3 5

I really thought I would like this jacket. I saw the hood and thought that would work for me. But, the hood is so bulky I had to return it because I got this jacket to also zip into my next TNF mountain light jacket. When I did that it was just too much for a zip in. Otherwise, it would be a perfect addition if just wearing as a jacket. I returned it and just settled for the original Denali.

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