Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson

Northern California

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Scott 's Bio

Surfer, Mt. Biker, Back Packer, Survivalist, but mostly a Surfer...
I'm down for weekend backpacking trips that involve backcountry snowboarding, fly fishing and peak bagging.
I go down to mexico and central america for weeks at a time exploring the coast line, surfing and fishing out of an inflatable 100 miles from nowhere. I'm a father and a husband but that wont stop me from hunting down double and triple overhead surf in Northern CA. I'm an accountant too, gotta pay to play these days.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on May 3, 2011

4 5

These are a utility pant. Don't buy for styling or whatever. I wore these in a round of golf in pooring rain. I stayed dry and they cut the wind. I wore them over pants and pulled them over my shoes - no problems there. I paid full price for them because I was in a bind, but my value for them is more like $30. They pack really small and are pretty light which are two of their strong features.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on May 3, 2011

4 5

I bought this pack as a no worries 2 night pack (40lbs) and a day trip backcountry snowboarding pack (yes, snow shoeing). The value for the dollar is great. I found it very comfortable and fit well on my 6'0 190lb frame (large). Daisy chains made it easy to rig the strapping to vertically attach snowboard. I would recommend it - especially for this price range.

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Scott Anderson wrote an answer about on March 11, 2010

you shouldn't have any problems with the stirring or agitation, there may be an issue with the minimum diameter of the platypus bottle top. The top should be bigger than the base of the pen in order to fully accept the steripen into the bottle. If you can fit a quarter through the top of the bottle, it should be fine.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on March 10, 2010

4 5

I actually have 3 hooded softshells from Sessions. I love these things and have bought one ever year for the last 3 years. I still have them all and still wear them all. I'll wear these for inbounds snowboarding when the weather is in the 40's or warmer. Just put a light or midweight long sleeve shirt underneath and you're perfect. The hood is big enough to pull over your helmet for the chair lift ride. Very water resistant, when they are new, water just beads off, after a couple runs through the washer/dryer, they tend to soak more than when they are new.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on March 10, 2010

4 5

As far as rub on wax goes, this stuff is above average. The wax itself is very dense and does not rub on too thick (a good thing). If you are looking to touch up your wax job this will work great. If you're looking to wax your whole board...hmmm...consider going with a hot wax. The cork polisher is a bonus feature for sure but realistically you are going to be better off getting a hot wax before you wear out your arm trying to polish your whole board with this thing.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on March 10, 2010

4 5

I've burried this bag deep in the surf during a beach launch, stuff flying all over the place and the camera and clothes inside remaind dry. There is an extra flap to this bag that is designed to keep things air tight.

I've even used this bag as a rescue throw. I think that if I was going to buy a dry bag as big as 60L, I would probably buy something made with a thicker double sided PVC material. 60L size would work fine inside a backpack or other bag that would be offering the abrasive strength.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on March 9, 2010

5 5

I've had these shoes for a couple months, wear them with jeans and fine them to fit nicely and look good. I ended up with a 1/2 size bigger than I usually get (I need a 1/2 size bigger than other TNF shoes too). Nice casual shoes, with real leather, take care of these and I imagine that they'll last a long time and become like a long time friend.

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Scott Anderson wrote a review of on March 9, 2010

4 5

This thing is feature rich. I was kinda blown away when I first started looking at it and fiting it to my torso. It fits great, spreads weight and is very stable. The built in stand is a feature that I didn't get initially but when you're kid is snoozing, you don't want to have to pull him out of the pack to take him off your back.

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