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Scott Nielsen

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Scott Nielsen

Scott Nielsenwrote a review of on March 12, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Picked up the Hut Tour glove for storm riding days in temps below 20 degrees F. Great dexterity for such a warm glove. GoreTex bonus. Huge gauntlet. Rugged construction, (last pair of Marmot gloves took 7 seasons of abuse before losing loft/warmth). Gravy, no synch strap on the back of the wrist to interfere w/ pole straps.

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Scott Nielsenwrote a review of on March 4, 2013

5 5

My first and only choice for ascents and modest backpacking treks w/ a relatively light pack. The low profile fit gives me excellent feel and stability on scree slopes and scrambles. A 21st century hiking boot. From Mt. Superior to Mt. Kilimanjaro I didn't think twice about wearing a different shoe last summer, and they've held up reasonably well after a lot of abuse.

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Scott Nielsenwrote a review of on December 30, 2012

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These boots are top of the line. Relatively lightweight. ID liners are super comfy, zero shin bang. The upright stance takes some getting used to. The three buckle design works well. Micro adj on the buckles isn't as plush as I would expect. Downsize appropriately and you will be pleased.

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Scott Nielsenwrote a review of on December 4, 2012

practical
4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Let's be honest. If its been 5 years since you last went a day w/o coffee, because 5 years ago while camping you were left stranded, helpless and had to sweat it out, then you probably have a method of brewing coffee for the backcountry or while tailgate camping. But for those of you who want the easiest, most reliable, fastest way to catch that sunrise, this filter is the way to go. The little lid that comes with this filter seems useless so I threw it out.

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Scott Nielsenwrote a review of on December 2, 2012

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This ski is heavier than bricks. Driving this ski requires immense power. If you require perfect stability at high speed, this ski has no top end. I have this in my quiver, but it is not my first choice. I prefer the Atomic Atlas every day of the week.

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