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Richard Fletcher

Richard Fletcher

Currently, the German/Austrian alps

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Backpacking
Camping
Road Cycling
Snowshoeing

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Richard Fletcher

Richard Fletcher wrote a review of on October 8, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First use; arrived after dark, easy to set up without instructions; it rained for the better part of two days; we stayed dry, the vent in the fly is a great feature (I wouldn't use it in the wind and rain); plenty of room for me and my five year old boy and all of our gear. The dual doors and vestibule's are a great feature also.

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Richard Fletcher

Richard Fletcher wrote a review of on February 28, 2012

5 5

This is a close to nothing as you can wear. While there is going to be a "learning" period with this type of shoe, these are great barfoot running shoes. The Vibram sole is thick enough that you dont feel every piece of pea gravel, and it gives great traction, even on ice. These shoes are not insulated at all, so you may want to look into the gore-tex version for winter, but these will be my shoe of choice for the other three seasons.

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Richard Fletcher

Richard Fletcher wrote a review of on February 28, 2012

5 5

Great softshell for cold weather. The cut/construction are perfect for hegh energy activities. The sleeve length keeps them from riding up when reaching and there is no pulling accross the back. The collar has a great backing and is just ridged enough to stand up and bloke the wind. This works great as an outerlayer when working hard, but is thin enough that you can layer a hard shell over the top when you stop moving and not feel like Ralphie in "A Christmas Story".

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