Sunn Kim wrote an answer about Paha Que Bear Creek 200 Tent : 2-Person 3-Season on June 19, 2014
The tent when packed is 6x18 in.
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The tent when packed is 6x18 in.
Originally I owned the Sol Republic Amp Earbuds, which were fantastic buds. However, after owning the HD's I've noticed a few key differences. First thing I noticed was the construction. They don't feel quite as flimsy compared to its price point counterpart. The HD's also have a broader range from highs to lows compared to the cheaper amps. In addition to this, the distortion in the highs and lows has been reduced. All in all, I'm sure there are better head phones out there but these are some of the best that I have encountered in our inventory.
Out of all the ski socks that I have owned these are by far the best. They are thin, durable, and extremely comfortable. Couldn't ask for anything more out of a ski sock. Although they may not be the thickest of socks they are extremely warm as well. On and off the hill I turn to these socks and they have never let me down.
The rocker is certainly more pronounced than even the 3.0. So I would suggest going for the 190's in your case as these skis will ski short. As far as a mounting position is concerned the recommended line is definitely a solid choice, especially if you're not jumping off of stuff. However, if you're looking to take a more freestyle approach I would recommend going with the freestyle recommended line. I've got my Candide 3.0's at the freestyle recommended line and they are fantastic in just about every condition.
The construction of La Sportiva climbing shoes are some of the best in the industry. And this shoe holds true to that build quality. Other than that, this shoe is very aggressive and is comfortable edging on the smallest of foot holds. As far as sizing is concerned, consider sizing down a half size to full size from your standard shoe size.
Great rope bag. Holds a 70M rope with ease. This bag is exceptionally nice when it's sprawled out as it keeps your rope clean. Not much more you could ask for in a rope bag.
If you're looking for a light that won't break the bank, you can stop looking. This light is compact, user friendly, and quite bright. Everything I would want in a headlamp.
First and foremost this binding is very intuitive and very easy to get in and out of regardless of body position. In addition, the binding is fairly light which makes park riding a bit easier. However, unlike most park bindings the NX2-SE is at home when shredding down big mountain lines.
Based off of initial impressions I've come to a few conclusions. On the whole the construction of the shoe seems solid. So no worries there. As far as sizing is concerned the shoe fits true to size. Unlike most shoes of this nature the toebox seems to be a bit wider than your standard shoe, which is nice.
Have half a cow in your wallet causing back pain like George Costanza? Trash the excess stamp cards from stores you will never be going back to and go with this minimalist wallet. With room for an ID, 4 cards, cash, and your insurance cards this wallet is the perfect size for everything you need and no fluff. Thus resulting in reduced back pain and trash.
First things first, if you are the type of chap that enjoys power bass that drowns out the mids and highs don't get these headphones. These are for people who enjoy a balance between the highs, mids, and lows. This is not to say they lack any power, with these puppies you can rock out till you develop tinnitus. However, if you don't push the limits of these buds you can find a clarity that is arguably unmatched in any of it's competitors we carry.
Let me begin by addressing the functionality of this sock. This sock does everything you'd hope for. It's comfortable, keeps your feet dry ,and an added bonus is it looks good. Consisting of Coolmax polyester, lycra, etc the sock breathes like a fish underwater. Long gone are the days of your feet swimming in a cesspool of your own sweat, which is nice. In addition to this, it provides more cushion under your feet which is useful especially if you are on your feet all day. It's not much but the difference is noticeable. Lastly, the sizing chart indicates that a size 10 (men) would fit in the L. However, upon sliding the sock onto my foot it dawned on me, primarily because of the excess sock everywhere, that the L would be too large.
This ski is incredibly light and playful for a ski that is 112mm underfoot. It's comfortable anywhere from rails/jumps to big mountain lines. The ski is described with a rockered tip and tail, but it is quite gradual so holding an edge is not an issue when you're cruising around. The tips and tails are a bit softer, which makes buttering around really fun, but the camber underfoot is actually quite stiff so you don't have to worry about washing out. This makes a fantastic everyday ski, not once have I ever worried about the fact that I may have the wrong tool, regardless of condition.
Great bottle for really anything. 32oz makes it just small enough that it's not a hassle to take on a hike, but big enough that you're not constantly filling it up if you're using it at work. Love it, get it, use it.
Imagine you're sitting on the lift, it's cold and windy and all you want is some protection for your face. So you pull out your inferior neck gaiter and put it on. It works for a minute or two until you start breathing... Then your goggles fog, the thing freezes over and becomes a useless piece of cloth on your face. Making you even colder then before. Yeah, that's not the case with this thing. It's made of super thin microfiber which allows your breath to travel through the material, so you don't have to worry about your goggles fogging or it freezing. Although it is thin, it manages to keep your face warm, which is a nice. Long gone are the miserable days of continuously having to adjust to your neck gaiter.
To answer your question, these make great freestyle/big mountain bindings. They are light, well built, and you won't have any pre-release issues. Lastly, if you are needing a smaller brake I would suggest talking to a local shop as salomon brakes are screwed into the housing itself, and are very easy to swap out.
I'm normally a L, but I bought this shirt in the XLT, and after a wash it shrunk slightly. I would recommend sizing up. Otherwise, this is a great and comfortable shirt.
If you purchase this item you will no longer do anything but slackline. Maybe. It depends on how devoted you are, I guess. Anyway, this slackline is super easy to set up and take down. Great for camping, backyard shinanigans, etc.
This is a great thinner pull over sweater. Works wonderfully as a fall runabout around town. The description says it has a "relaxed" fit, which is false. This piece is definitely a slim fit sweater, but it doesn't suffocate you. I'm ~5'10'' ~165 lbs and the L fits like a dream.