Tim of Gunnison CO

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Road Running
Mountain Biking
Trail Running
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Tim of Gunnison CO

Tim of Gunnison CO wrote a review of on January 25, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

They are surprisingly durable. Slip on and off like a pair of slippers. They have lasted me for years. They live in my Suburban, they do the nasty rough task around it. Hitching trailers, loading trailers, moving wood and block, using the cross bar snow chains... Mine are xxl, I hope to see it again, still they are the best for doing those quick nasty task in the cold.

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Tim of Gunnison CO wrote a review of on January 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

It's a snug fit, the precurve helps, I wear xxl in many gloves but the xl does fit. My hands do not get cold even when they are soaking wet with parts of the shell frozen. I run two pair just in case I slip and let the first pair freeze over. They slide on wet! I have no idea how the gloves work in a casual environment. At the end of five hours of go, two liters of water, a few power snacks all I can say is. Thank you MH for helping be bust the myth staying dry is staying warm! Play hard and watch out for them trees!

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Tim of Gunnison CO wrote a review of on October 17, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size

I'm 6 3 at 190 pounds and wear 34 34 pants. I'm so glad I went with a XL. The sleeve length is perfect, Hangs about 3 inches below my belt. My advice is find a coat that you already have and compare the measurements online.

It has cinch tabs for the bottom, There is vertical zipper pocket inside the vertical zipper inside pocket pocket. I guess the inside inside pocket could hold keys or weed. The main inside pocket is perfect for my sunglasses. The polyester lining is silky smooth.

Ok, I do love this Jacket. Looks better than the online pictures. Let the compliments roll, already got a few today and suspect many more to come. IB quality is amazing, I have no doubts this jacket will do me for many years to come!

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Tim of Gunnison CO wrote a review of on April 6, 2007

5 5

I have collection of headlamps, if I could only keep one, this would be the one. Most practical well thought out head lamp I seen yet. Runs on two AA’s, water tight, very comfortable, and durable. This one headlamp that never gets put away, use it camping, working on my computer, working on my old hunk of junk 4x4. Got a 2hr run time on max bright, the candle power this has. I suggest running rechargeable batteries in this one, especially if you plan to use the max power like a love to do. Heck even if I did not go camping I will still have this one. I hardly bother with my dewalt flashlights and mag lights any more. A note on the durability… I’ve had this lamp for a couple of years now, tanked a few hundred AA’s, still works like new and still my favorite.

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Tim of Gunnison CO wrote a review of on April 6, 2007

5 5

Let me agree with this first four of the reviews. This is a tough lamp to beat for the price. My first rule of headlamps is no specialty batteries. This achieves that goal with two AAA batteries, also helps keep the weight down. Press and hold on/off switch is a nice touch to prevent accidental turn on while stowing it. I have collection of head lamps, this is one will use most around the campsite. I do not play in the wettest of conditions, not sure how this one would hold up, does not seem to be very water tight. Bet you a nickel it will do just fine in a quick rain storm.

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