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Rich Lawrence

Rich Lawrence

Utah. Colorado and Cali whenever possible.

Rich Lawrence's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking

Rich Lawrence's Bio

East Coast to Denver to Park City.

Skiing powder and being outside keep me happy.

Rich Lawrence

Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on May 21, 2012

5 5

Wowzer this is a sharp-looking jacket. Great for around town with a t-shirt under it or can be dressed up with a button-down. The material is remarkable - soft and quiet, feels like cotton but the DWR finish rolls moisture right off it. The over-sized buttons and sleeve cuffs add a covertly-bold and unique look. I'm 6'2" 185lbs and the large is a perfect fit. Highly recommended.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on April 12, 2012

3 5

Comfy shoe for sure and a nice alternative to Sperry's - how-ev-ah - the shoe gets docked a couple points for it's construction. The rubber lower is starting to split between the outsole and the sole. As a whole, both shoes are just getting beat up really quick. I like the style and fit as much as other Sanuks but tread lightly for longevity.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on April 12, 2012

5 5

In the last month I've ski toured, mountain biked, and camped in this jacket. Breathes better than any layering piece I've ever owned and still blocks wind and moisture. I was weary of the chest pockets at first, but they're much more accessible than traditional side pockets near the hip. At 6'2" 185 lbs, the large is perfect.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on February 16, 2012

5 5

Put these through the wringer in Jackson over the weekend. Super warm (almost too warm above 30 degrees) and super comfy. The padding throughout the knuckles and top of the hand adds good protection and the leather looks like it's ready to take a beating. Hestra nailed it here integrating the best of gloves with trigger finger dexterity combined with the warmth of mittens.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on November 18, 2011

5 5

Can't believe how much lighter this helmet is than my Giro MX10. It's way comfy around the ears and the boa cinch secures the lid perfectly. The zip-in liner for skullcandy drop-ins are awesome because they keep the wires hidden and in place. Two separate venting systems (front, rear) allow you to really customize how much heat to dump from your noggin. Looking forward to a long season with this helmet.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on November 18, 2011

5 5

Can't believe how much lighter this helmet is than my Giro MX10. It's way comfy around the ears and the boa cinch secures the lid perfectly. The zip-in liner for skullcandy drop-ins are awesome because they keep the wires hidden and in place. Two separate venting systems (front, rear) allow you to really customize how much heat to dump from your noggin. Looking forward to a long season with this helmet.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on November 13, 2011

5 5

Beat my last pair of Cobras into the ground after about 200 days over three seasons. Loved them enough to snag another pair. Biggest improvement is the definitely the zip-closure on the cuff instead of the velcro which wore out after awhile. Love the warmth in such a low-profile designed glove. Hoping they stay toasty and don't pack out too soon.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on November 13, 2011

5 5

Beat my last pair of Cobras into the ground after about 200 days over three seasons. Loved them enough to snag another pair. Biggest improvement is the definitely the zip-closure on the cuff instead of the velcro which wore out after awhile. Love the warmth in such a low-profile designed glove. Hoping they stay toasty and don't pack out too soon.

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Rich Lawrencewrote a review of on November 13, 2011

5 5

Finally got the chance to put my Primo through the ringer this weekend. Day one was spent at Solitude in a wet, heavy early season storm. Day two was touring at Alta in the same storm, but more wind and smaller flakes. Both days this shell performed exceptionally well. On the lifts I stayed comfortable and warm layered with my hooded down sweater. While slogging uphill, it kept me dry, shielded me front the wind, and breathed great with only a wool baselayer under it.

The fabric is loud as with most hardshells, but moves without restriction and fits great. The pocket placement is spot-on and the taped seams kept moisture out. The side pockets are also surprisingly roomy - they're not really deep so much as they're tall and wide throughout your core on either side. The collar stands stiff when zipped and wraps above the chin while the hood drapes nicely on the back when not used.

Really can't say enough good things about this jacket. I'm 6'2" 185 lbs and the large fits awesome - loose enough to layer and be comfortable but still practical and not thug-life on the slopes. Got it in the watercress and love the mix of neon steeze and technical performance.

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