Stephen Jew

Stephen Jew

Salt Lake City/UT Boise/ID and anywhere in the Great Northwest

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Stephen's Passions

Camping
Snowboarding
Mountain Biking
Trail Running

Stephen's Bio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzKW2KThDKs
RIPPIN SKIS

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Stephen Jew

Stephen Jew wrote an answer about on April 15, 2009

I have never owned an Outlaw but I started using the the 22L Covert with and avalung this season and I love it. I am about 6ft tall and the waist belt rides up around my belly button but that is my only complaint and it has not gotten in the way yet. The pack fits everything I need for a day in the backcountry and calms my nerves a bit because of the avalung, it might be worth getting the model with the built in avalung if your planning on hitting the backcountry at all. It cost a like twenty dollars more but I have noticed that the model with the avalung has been on Tramdock quite often in the last month or so, if your not in a hurry you might be able to catch it for a little cheaper on there. Here is a link to the model with the built in avalung.

http://www.backcountry.com/store/BLD0947/Black-Diamond-Covert-with-Avalung-Winter-Pack-1343-1953-cu-in.html

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Stephen Jew wrote a review of on April 2, 2009

5 5

This Beacon is the best on the market for people just beginning to venture out into the backcountry, It doesn't have lots of the bells and whistles lots of the more expensive beacons have but when it comes down to simplicity the tracker has what you need, it is also very easy to learn with and with enough practice it can be just as effective as the pricier beacons within its range.

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Stephen Jew wrote a review of on January 29, 2009

5 5

I got a pair of these goggles as a gift two seasons ago and they are by far the best goggles I have ever used. They don't fog easily and the vents take care of it pretty quickly when they do. Fit well with a helmet. If your looking to save money though I have seen these on tramdock once or twice if your not in a rush it might be worth waiting for em to pop up.

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Stephen Jew wrote a review of on December 11, 2008

3 5

Pretty good knife, I would expect it to be a bit more versatile and include a few more tools based on how heavy it is but if your not worried about weight it is a very solid knife

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