Roberto Henriquez

Roberto Henriquez

Santiago, Chile

Roberto Henriquez's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Running
Skiing

Roberto Henriquez's Bio

love outdoor activities, mountain hicking Skiing (+40 days per season), Bike and running. Alpine Touring is my next step.
Best if at the same time I can have fun and share with friends and family. Mountain is my thing!

Roberto Henriquez

Roberto Henriquez wrote a review of on March 18, 2011

5 5

Very reliable and easy to customize to your ski. I bougth these second pair for my new touring skis. The old ones have three years and still stick to the ski like when they were new. Of course this will highly depend on how often you use them in the season and the number of stick-in/out cycles you put. In my case I tour around 4 to 8 times per season so far.

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Roberto Henriquez wrote a review of on April 1, 2010

4 5

Good strap, enhanced look of the watch (actually it reduces the bulky look). The installation is simple but not easy to accomplish because in order to assure the proper torque (meaning that the screw will not get loose with the normal use) you have turn one side while holding the other -in perfect aligned force- and, at the same time, being careful not to scratch the watch or stab yourself if you loose the grip.
It would be a great idea if Suunto would include one extra screw on the set because i missed the above and loose one pretty soon.
Bottom line, when you have passed the installation process it is all good.

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Roberto Henriquez wrote a review of on October 18, 2009

4 5

I was expecting this feature at the minimum, so I bought this brand to go assured. So far I have use it four times and used with only water on it and flavor gets continuously stained with some plastic flavor. I have kept it overnight with water on it and empty on the morning and filling it back before going out but still not good. I wonder if some more break-in is needed. Anyway may be this is a general problem on all bladders regardless the brand. Construction and materials is great and isolation keeps the frost away fine and there are no leaks and because in the end the main purpose is to keep you hydrated I still give it 4 stars.

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Roberto Henriquez wrote a review of on October 1, 2009

5 5

Gloves are very warm and strong. I chose them because of the great quality and care for details that Dakine always does show with the backpacks. I was not wrong: the features, construction, materials and reinforcement are placed just where and how they are needed.
They require some minor break-in but they follow the shape of your hand very quickly (for me were two ski days plus one shoveling the car out of the snow).
Finally, I do not recommend to oversize on isolated gloves like this because like ski boots isolation material will pack a bit with use.

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Roberto Henriquez wrote a question about on March 21, 2009

I am 5'7/157 and currently have the Rossignol B3s as my all mountain ski and they are very versatile and loyal under all conditions, although it chatters at higher speeds. I ski pretty much everything under any conditions and I want to switch to AT and I wonder what ski to choose for 60~70/30~ out-in. The Havocs 165 seem to be very much what I am looking for, but as light skier I still would like to count with the responsiveness of the B3 on deep snow. Could someone advise?.
Other skis seen are: Mt.Baker, Rapid Transit and RT86. What do you think?. I am bit lost here as there are so many good options!

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