Scott Levasseur

Scott Levasseur

White Mountains of NH

Scott Levasseur's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Biking
Snowshoeing
Climbing

Scott Levasseur's Bio

From Laconia, NH and love to hike, rock climb, ice climb, cycle and explore. If it's outdoors and an adventure I'm probably there!

Scott Levasseur

Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

5 5

This tent really is a great backpacking tent. Super light, big enough for two moderately sized adults, vents well. The whole thing is basically mesh, so if you aren't planning on rain you can leave the rain fly off and just sleep under the stars but without the annoying flies and bugs getting to you. Well made, durable, big enough to change clothes in without resorting to contorting your body. Above all only 3lbs basically!!

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Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

4 5

This really is a great and simple solution to carrying more than one kayak and not having to buy a number of different holders. You can carry up to 4 kayaks with this thing depending on the size of the vehicle, Now that's some serious bang for the buck!
It lays down when not used so you don't look like the hundreds of people that have kayak cradles and never have a kayak in them.
One of the only downsides is it can be hard getting the strips through the top of the holders and around the kayak if you don't have a longer reach since the kayak is standing on its side.

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Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

5 5

This is one of the best bike holders out there. The bike is held securely, no wobbling around like the ones where the front wheel is on. No gripper clamping on your frame rubbing the paint off. I know when I go somewhere if I have to leave my bike, it will still be there when I get back with way it locks on the front forks with the lock kit.

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Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

4 5

I had my aero bars on for a week until my fairing was shipped and I don't know how people can stand not having the fairing on! The bars whistled so badly I was debating taking them off if I wasn't using them. The fairing thankfully got rid of the whistling and actually improved my gas mileage a little bit.

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Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

5 5

These things are great for whatever you want to carry and want it to still be there when you get to where you are going! The wide mouth bottles are great for in the winter, no freezing to your lip like some metal bottles and the wide opening makes sure you can still get something to drink on those really cold days. You can't go wrong with the Nalgene bottles!

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Scott Levasseur wrote a review of on May 19, 2009

5 5

I bought this shoe after having problems with most of the hiking boots I tried on. What a difference! No more ankle pain from rubbing and the back of the shoe isn't just a piece of plastic for your foot to rub against. I've hiked in pretty much every condition and this shoe held up great. Waterproof, light, stiff enough to support your foot but it's not a plank. I can't recommend it enough. I've done multi peak, 22+ mile hikes with these shoes and they held up as good if not better than most boots while being lighter!

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