Timothy Myers

Timothy Myers

Wasatch Mountains

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Timothy's Passions

Camping
Snowboarding
Trail Running

Timothy's Bio

Never, never gonna give you up
Im never, ever gonna stop
Not the way I feel about you
Girl, I just cant live without you

Im never, ever gonna quit
Cause quittin just aint my stick
Im gonna stay right here with you
Do all the things you want me to.

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Timothy Myers

Timothy Myers wrote a review of on January 2, 2009

4 5

Not a bad jacket. Made in Turkey. The material is as waterproof as they get. The jacket would be ideal for wet, spring conditions. The jacket itself, does not have a ton of amazing features and fits a little short on the torso and sleeves. Overall, not a bad jacket, but for the price, you might be able to get a Westcomb or something similar that might have more bang for the buck. Millet has some other emerging editions to their line that may be of interest in the future.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on August 4, 2008

4 5

I really like this tent, although it is a little confusing to set up the first time or so. I suggest that you test it out in your backyard before taking it out to the mountains or wherever you are camping. Somewhere with light so you can figure it out, before it gets too dark and you loose an important piece and get really confused on how to put it together.
It is a nice tent to hang in. The shape is a little strange, but it feels really comfy. I was impressed with it. Its seams are taped, and the fly gives it the appearance that it is bigger. Without the fly it vents nicely. I have not yet been able to try it out while it is raining, but I hope to see how the fly works in the rain. It seems like it should be good in repelling water, but I am curious if it were able to repel water three years from now. Overall, I am impressed with this tent. It is a good one.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on June 30, 2008

4 5

I like these pants. I am not so sure about Caleb's problem, in the above review, but they have held up in the crotch region just fine. The pants are nice and thick and could be used to complete any sort of hardware need. The half in belt is rather sharp too. I like this feature that many Kavu pants have. My only gripe is that they are a little on the baggy side. Other than that, great pants for any activity.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on May 23, 2008

5 5

This is by far the best bag that I have ever owned. It will adjust to any sleeping pattern perfectly. The baffles stretch with 800 fill down to keep every inch warm. The bottom of the bag is also equipped with a cinch cord to keep your feet warmer. The bag fits into a tiny area as well. You can stuff it down very tightly.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on May 23, 2008

5 5

I love the functionality of this thing. I can wear in on my dome without having to adjust a strap. I can also put in on my wrist and use it for an arm piece. This is a great purchase. I would recommend it for anyone.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on May 23, 2008

5 5

I wore this all winter long. I love it. It is made in Canada, and will last. The arms are a little longer than usual, which makes it perfect for long monkeys as myself. The fit is slim, keep that in mind. I usually wear a medium to large jacket. I had to get a Large. They fit much like Arc'teryx outerwear. A great wear. I got a lot of compliments with this one.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on May 23, 2008

5 5

I used these to hold extra gas as I traveled on my motorbike from Salt Lake City to Oregon and down the coast. The climate changed quite a bit, but the bottles held tightly in place and never leaked. Even with all the rattling.

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Timothy Myers wrote a review of on April 27, 2007

5 5

I really enjoy this bag. I am 6'1 and around 180 lbs and the regular works just fine. I think that if I were a 3-4 inches taller I would go with the long. It is nice and snug, but still allows me to move around a bit. I suggest a nice sleeping pad to go with the bag. Overall, the bag kept me warm while I was backpacking through southern Utah's slot canyons in early March. Great bag.

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