Tim

Tim

Ithaca, NY

Tim's Bio

Snowboarding is my biggest passion and trying to get as many days in as possible since I'm cube bound. Splitboarding and hiking are also excellent ways to spend time in the mountains. I'm trying to climb more too and am slowly working towards my goal of doing trad climbing. When I'm not doing that stuff I also like to mountain bike, ride my motorcycle or just geek it out in front of the computer.

I just love the feeling of being free when you're in the alpine and am always pursuing that.

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Tim

Tim wrote a review of on December 30, 2010

2 5

I really liked this shirt because it had a nice athletic fit on me, good torso and sleeve length and not too baggy (6', 190 lbs with a long torso). However the shirt had seams running right under the armpits.

I could have probably ignored it and gotten used to the rubbing of the seams there but I felt it was a pretty stupid design. For the money I would expect a different more comfortable pattern. I guess I'm alone on this one!

I thought the material was quite high quality wool and not too itchy. What can you expect? It's not a synthetic.

In the end I had to return it because of the armpit seams.

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Tim wrote a review of on July 1, 2010

2 5

I know these are inexpensive 'biners but I did not like the action on either of the two I got. The fit of the gate hinge pin I thought had more slop than other inexpensive carabiners like the BD Light D (I know it's not he same shape but it's comparable in price and function to some degree). The closing "snap" from it too wasn't as strong as I prefer.

The bottom line is that yes it's an inexpensive carabiner but I believe that it feels a little too "cheap".

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