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Todd Ligare

Todd Ligare

Utah and lots of other places with snow

Todd Ligare's Bio

Skiing is priority number one with me. This has been the case my whole life, since I was three.

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Todd Ligare

Todd Ligarewrote a review of on March 31, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using the float 22 a lot this season. For an airbag pack it feels light and unobtrusive, you won't notice the weight. The 22 size gives you enough room for skins, some food/water and a few other essentials. Great for shorter missions. If you want to fit crampons and other gear for longer missions, look to one of the larger float bags.

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Todd Ligarewrote a review of on October 4, 2010

5 5

This is the best Big Mountain/Powder ski out. The reason for this is fairly simple, it has all the volume, length, and stability you'd ever need for going fast and stomping big landings, but with maneuverability unmatched in this category. Three things make this ski work so efficiently: 1st - it is extremely light for it's size, 2nd - the healthy dose of tip rocker makes it plane with ease, and 3rd - the tapered tip allows you to turn sharp when you need it. The taper and rocker blend in such a way that the ski feels much shorter than a 192 when in tight spots and slashing, but you get all that running length when pinning it in soft snow. The new Big Mountain standard.

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Todd Ligarewrote a review of on August 5, 2010

5 5

This is my go to, for the price you can't beat this pant. They have plenty of insulation and keep you warm on the coldest days. On top of that they have a nice comfortable fit and bomber construction. I have one pair that I've used for a bunch of days over two seasons and they are fully intact and rolling. If you want a warm pant, that's affordable with a good fit, and will last, this is it.

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Todd Ligarewrote a review of on August 5, 2010

4 5

These pants work for a wide range of temps. Enough insulation that with the right underlayer they'll withstand the cold yet thin enough that modifying whats underneath will work for warm temps too. I'm 6'1" and the XL has a nice loose fit, upsize if you want a baggier fit and go true if you like a traditional fit. All in all a well rounded pant, especially for the price.

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Todd Ligarewrote a review of on August 5, 2010

VE25 beneath an unnamed arctic peak - Brooks Range AK
5 5

I lived in this tent for four weeks this past June in the Arctic. We encountered most elements-snow, lots of rain, high winds, grizzly and this tent had no problem the entire time. Super easy to put up and pack with great features throughout. It is however pretty tight with four people, much more comfortable with three.

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