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Seriously Addicted

Seriously Addicted

Seriously Addicted

Seriously Addicted wrote a question about on February 28, 2012

What's the downside of going really wide with these? I've never used ski crampons but have been a few places lately where they seemed like the would have helped. Current skis are around 88mm waist, but I would like to get some fatter skis in the future. What's the downside of using the 130mm crampon on 88mm skis for the present time?

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Seriously Addicted wrote a review of on April 23, 2011

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I have no idea if I can actually tell the difference with any of my seatposts, but this one looks really sweet and is american made, which I really like. It seems light but solid.

Also, I was pleased to discover that the bag it comes in is pretty much perfect for a carrying an avalanche probe, which is kind of handy and makes stuffing it in my backpack a little easier. Obviously that has nothing to do with cycling, but thought I'd share it if anyone was wondering what to do with that little bag.

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Seriously Addicted wrote a review of on April 15, 2011

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I haven't built this up yet, so this 'review'" is obviously preliminary, but this frame looks better in person than it does on the website photos. It just has the look of a quality bike - everything is finished nicely, and I have to say the lack of graphics looks pretty awesome. It just feels like a nice bike. The folks at realcyclist, particularly Zach, have been very helpful in putting together the rest of the parts I needed for this. I can't wait to ride this.

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Seriously Addicted wrote a question about on January 18, 2011

What's the difference between these and the TLT Vertical ST? I'm trying to figure out if it's worth dropping the extra cash for these. I've been using Fritschis for the last five years, but have finally accepted that most of my touring involves long slogs for short rides so want to go to a much lighter set-up with some softer boots (currently older dark grey Scarpa Tornados). Any suggestions on these bindings or boots is appreciated. Thanks

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Seriously Addicted wrote a review of on March 22, 2010

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I'm 6ft, 185lbs - the large is a perfect fit for cycling. Event is great - I'd just recommend being very careful if you try to iron it to restore water repellency - I melted some event pants that way. Jacket is a nice design, though, and the pocket is great because there's no worry about anything bouncing out of it since it zips. If you care about being seen by cars, the color is pretty muted, but if you're ok with the color the jacket is totally great.

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Seriously Addicted wrote a question about on March 24, 2009

I'm 6 feet, 188 lbs, advanced skier - I'll be using these mainly for the east - basically tuckermans and places near there and occasional trees at jay. I have a pair of 177 and a pair of 184s, so I need to get rid of one pair - I'll be mounting naxos on whichever pair I keep. I also have a pair of b-squads with fritschis that I use out west, so this really is a strictly east coast use. 177 sounds a little short to me, but when I'm going through trees sometimes I think the skis I currently tour on are way too long (184 b-squads), but I'm guessing the skinny waist of the g3s will make them feel smaller. So, I guess my question is 184s or 177s for east coast touring?

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