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Robby Miller

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Robby Miller

Robby Miller wrote a review of on February 9, 2011

4 5

I really like this pack when I'm out shooting. Because it's a chest pack, it makes accessing your camera quick and easy. It rides nice and securely once you have it strapped down correctly. It's really nice to be able to carry my Nikon D-80 along with an additional lens, filters and extra batteries constantly at the ready. Sometimes I do find myself wishing to go a little lighter with a smaller pack when I just wanted to carry a camera only, but that just gives me another excuse to buy another pack for the collection.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on January 18, 2011

5 5

I just used this bag on an overnight yurt trip in N. Utah and it worked perfectly. The trip in was a true test as I had Red Iguana Mole for 6 on top of all my other gear. The bag handled the load perfectly and I quickly fell in love with the ball joint hip belt setup. No matter how much I leaned or dipped, the pack was continuously centered and balanced. At the yurt, the pack reduced down great for doing laps and did not feel too bulky at all with a much-lighter "essentials-only" load. The only complaints I might have with this pack is the lack of shovel/probe sleeves and the hip belt and chest strap could have been done using slightly wider materials.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on February 11, 2009

5 5

Flat out, these are the best shades I've owned. This is my second pair after having lost 1 while out skiing. The 4 different lenses come in very handy in varying light conditions. I've got the Steel frames, which come with the gry/RC30/clr mir/ylw lenses. Most of the time I'm looking through the polarized grey, but once the light gets flat and overcast, I just pop in the RC30 lenses to cut the glare and reduce eye strain. On dark and stormy days, the yellow are a life-saver -- not only do they brighten a dark day, but they really help improve visibility and definition. The frames are nice and light, which is great because they don't pinch down on your sinuses. All in all, I highly recommend these sunglasses...

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on February 11, 2009

3 5

This goggle case gets the job done by providing a safe and secure container for your goggles. The soft fabric lining keeps your goggles safe and scratch-free. If your goggles are wet, make sure you leave them out overnight - the case really isn't all that breathable and you'll have fogging issues if you don't. Also, the case isn't exactly a hard case, so it's far from crush-proof. Still, this case works better than those cheap goggle bags that typically come with your goggles.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on March 17, 2008

5 5

I just tested these booties on a yurt trip in the Tetons and I absolutely loved them. The extra weight was quite negligible and they packed easily along side my sleeping bag inside my pack's sleeping bag compartment. The Nuptse Boots are very warm - even when standing in the snow. The lugged sole provides great traction and support -- all of my friends were jealous since their nearly new booties all have holes already. In regards to sizing, the Men's 11 fit my Men's 11.5 EEE foot perfectly -- so yes, they do run a little large. Still, I highly suggest these booties over all others. They are the best thing to put your feet into after a long day of ski touring.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on March 17, 2008

3 5

I recently used this pack while ski touring in the Tetons and it worked well. There was plenty of space for everything I needed (sleeping bag, shovel, probe, camera, puffy jacket, food, cooking supplies, camera, extra lens, skins, helmet, goggles and a few other odds and ends). I really liked the side and top access features. I must admit though, this wasn't the most comfortable pack I've worn and it took quite a bit of adjusting to find an ok fit. If you're going to spend the money, you might as well buy a pack that has aluminum stays and more personalized adjustments. Aside from that though, this pack served me quite well.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on October 8, 2007

5 5

These are the best sandals I've ever owned. They provide the best ankle support I've ever experienced in a sandal. They make excellent boating sandals as they will not fall off if you wind up going for a swim (I know from experience) and the extra ankle support is great for when you need to get out of the boat to hike or scout. I highly recommend these.

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Robby Miller wrote a review of on September 20, 2007

4 5

This boat is really fast in the water. It tracks quite nicely, although as someone else has mentioned, it does weathercock in the wind. The rudder really helps to compensate and can help to keep the boat straight. This certainly isn't the most stable kayak I've ever been in, however, it is very fast and it handles chop and waves quite well. If you have a little kayaking experience under your belt, this shouldn't be too much of a problem.

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