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Lynne's Passions

Camping
Trail Running
Sport Climbing

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Shindig wrote a review of on May 4, 2005

5 5

This is a super lightweight pair of shorts. TNF did everything possible to cut down the weight, while maintaining their duties of covering your nakedness. Long cut (goes over the knee) makes for a stylish running short (no more scaring the neighbors with your super white thighs.) I bought a couple pairs, love 'em.

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Shindig wrote a review of on April 15, 2005

4 5

So, on an annual basis I do this race called the Wasatch Back Relay--a 172 mile relay race from northern Utah to Park City. My first couple months of training were done in heavy, baggy, sagging skate shorts which acted like a parachute to my average min/mile time. I decided I'd bite the bullet and get a pair of the classic short running shorts--these are they. Gotta tell you, putting these things on made me at least 4 times faster - no joke. Super lightweight, and surprisingly to me, the shortness of the shorts actually made it easier to run. Anyone out there willing to get their run on...get these shorts, immediately.

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Shindig wrote a review of on July 20, 2004

5 5

Check this out...a stove that cooks your food, boils your water, and packs into the size of a Nalgene. No need for bulky, heavy pots and pans - it's all built into this sweet little cooking system. Sure, you can't fry an egg on it, but I've made some damn good poached eggs using this stove. Built in handle allows you to brew your morning coffee and sip right out of the container...no need for one of those Snow Peak Titanium mugs. Great value, great stove, great space and weight saver. Try it for yourself.

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Shindig wrote a review of on July 20, 2004

4 5

The Copperhead does everything I need it to do. I haul my bike to trailheads all over the Wasatch Front and Back flawlessly, day after day. One complaint, small, but still: At highway speeds the bikes can get a little shake going...I'm not afraid of them falling off, and it doesn't damage the bikes in any way - but watching a car drive down the road with a 2000 dollar bike on their roof shaking to the wind is a little sketch. I ain't skerd though. Great rack for the price.

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Shindig wrote a review of on July 20, 2004

5 5

I've always wanted a pair of sandals with enough support and traction to head out for a full day's hike. Found it! These things rock, period. So far I've been on day hikes, trail runs, river trips and long boarding endeavors with these things and am yet to be disappointed. Good for anything you throw at 'em. Don't hesitate, buy some now.

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Shindig wrote a review of on June 4, 2004

5 5

Doesn't matter what you're into, what you look like, who you hang out with, or what kind of car you drive - put this thing on, and you'll automatically be the coolest person in the world. By far the most comfortable hat I own. Dope Smith Steeze. Pick one up, and wear it everyday.

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Shindig wrote a review of on June 4, 2004

5 5

I snagged a pair of these with some polarized lenses (shades are interchangeable) for fishing. These things are so much more that fishing glasses. Used for biking, running, hiking as well; no fog. Pretty light frame, very comfortable, and hot as The Man himself. Good for any activity, take my word for it.

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