Rick Willauer

Rick Willauer

Central Washington

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Rick's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Mountain Biking

Rick's Bio

Born and raised in central Washington. Hanging out just waiting for the next pow turn, that pristine single track, or that line ripping steelhead.

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Rick Willauer

Rick Willauer wrote a review of on May 8, 2010

5 5

Picked up one of these guys the other day. The size is perfect, much more thin then the full griptillian making easier to carry. The mini is also light making a good choice for hiking and other activities where you are carrying your gear. The blade is flat ground and of the highest quality. Benchmade provides lifetime sharpening, which does NOT extend to the serrations of the combo blade.

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Rick Willauer wrote a review of on May 8, 2010

5 5

Picked up one of these for dirt cheap and I love it. Wear it most days as a windshell and it works well. Have had it around town in the rain a couple times didn't soak at all and kept me dry. Had it on in a pretty good pour while riding home from campus and stayed drive as well. The hood is great! Has the "halo" style tightening cord so that the hood moves when your head moves. great feature!

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Rick Willauer wrote an answer about on December 11, 2009

Yeah more then likely they would be. The din range is from 3-10 and you usually want to be set in the upper middle end of that range, so if you're a "type II" or a lighter "III" skier then these would be great.

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