Free Shipping on Orders Over $50*
Squatch

Squatch

Squatch

Squatchwrote a review of on June 16, 2011

4 5

Have the tortoise/brown ones. They're super polarized, and you can see the polarization in window tints on other cars and just about anything else with it. The lense feels more yellow than brown, and it's not very dark. However, it is high contrast and would be great sunglasses for an afternoon chilling at the base of your favorite spring ski area on a grey day.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Squatch

Squatchwrote a review of on February 13, 2006

5 5

Look/Rossignol bindings (they share the same design, just different paint) are simply the best bindings out there, IMO. They offer a lot of lateral travel; this makes them excellent expert bindings for situations where a ski popping off means injury. The heelpiece is also excellent for stepping in in soft snow; if it is too deep, just reach down and pull the heel piece up, and you're in.

Bottom line, they're great.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Squatch

Squatchwrote a review of on February 7, 2006

5 5

Only good things to say about this pack. The hip-belt and sternum strap keeps the load balanced, and the shape lets you pack it to the limit and still be functional. The external shovel/probe flaps are great, securing them while also offering super-quick access in case of emergency. There's a ton of great features, too: emergency whistle attached to the sternum strap, hip-belt pockets, skin pockets, and reinforced sled loops. For a daypack, it's one of the best packs on the market, at a pretty decent price.

(0)

 

0 Comments

Squatch

Squatchwrote a review of on January 10, 2006

2 5

At first, this pack looks decent. Hydration compatible, ski/snowboard carry, shovel compatibility. Don't be fooled. While a well-designed pack for shouldering a heavy load, the diagonal carry doesn't work for wide skis or when the pack is fully loaded. The "Flytrap" system is junk, too; skis tied to the pack pull away from your back, not towards it. It works a little better for vertical carry, but not much. Also, the hydration-compatibility doesn't work; it's nearly impossible to thread a hose through the tiny opening in the pack. If you don't snowboard, the extra straps are a pain, too. Not worth the money.

(0)

 

0 Comments