Sean Rossetter

Sean Rossetter

Wyoming

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Sean's Passions

Nordic Skiing
Backpacking
Camping
Snowboarding
Mountain Biking
Trail Running
Snowshoeing
Sport Climbing

Sean's Bio

it's the little things...

Sean Rossetter

Sean Rossetter wrote a review of on March 1, 2014

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5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i picked this up because i also have the spot and have really liked it and you can always use a spare. the storms upgrade in waterproofing is necessary for me, but i tend to waterproof with everything. they seem to last longer. anyway, the super bright setting on this is great for fine motor stuff and the lighter setting is perfect for moving with speed and lets you see pretty far out. i use it primarily for night skiing… oh, and battery life is true. lasts forever!

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Sean Rossetter wrote a review of on March 1, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

this is a new favorite of mine. i have a short torso, but it's very comfortable to wear. some other packs i have issues with the frame being too close to my head. the back panel access is ideal in the cold when i need to fish something out and gives optimal visualization of the gear inside. pretty much every zipper can be operated with thick gloves (i wear black diamond guide glove from a few years back) i didn't think my goggles would fit that pocket because it looks more like something for sunglasses, but they definitely fit. i have not put a bladder in it yet?. but mostly because i don't' have a bladder that small. it's a long narrow sleeve and below it says a 2L bladder but mine won't fit. i don't have a bladder this size or shape. Mammut makes some of the best stuff around, so you just can't go wrong. this is a great winter day pack!

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Sean Rossetter wrote a review of on July 30, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

this is a six panel hat and yes, it's thicker... not exactly a hot weather cap. but i'm a fan, it has a shape that isn't completely round on the front and it looks pretty sweet

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Sean Rossetter wrote a review of on June 4, 2012

5 5

there is not much i like better than being able to find my gear when i want it! i have both the 3 and 4 piece systems and they work great for keeping me organized. each activity gets a cube or 2 and i can just grab those when it's time to go. this works much better than having everything in a large tote and having to rummage through a bunch of stuff to get what i need. i like the 3 cube set up better than the 4 because it's just easier to handle 3 cubes together than 4.

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Sean Rossetter wrote a review of on February 4, 2012

3 5

agreed on the the toe thing... too much flex and can cause blisters on top of your toes. it helps me to wear 2 pairs of socks, less friction and no blisters. but then they end up kind of tight, but otherwise comfortable. they have the right amount of support for my use (no grooming here and lots of downhill)

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Sean Rossetter wrote an answer about on January 26, 2012

the boot comes up to the last pad on my great dane and they stay up pretty well, like a high top. i got them for the exact same reason as you. she's been cut more than once by xcountry skis. they are a good height for protecting against skis, but it has taken some time for my dog to get used to having something on her feet. getting them on can be the toughest part when my hands are cold and she chews on them if i put them on before leaving the house. the loose folds you speak of aren't as bad as it sounds... they don't collect a lot of snow, but my dogs feet do end up wet. not sure how good that would be on long trips. hope this was helpful!

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