VolkmasterFlex

VolkmasterFlex

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Matthew's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Hiking
Trail Running
Snowshoeing
Alpine Skiing
Mountaineering
Sport Climbing

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VolkmasterFlex

VolkmasterFlex wrote a review of on April 8, 2013

5 5

The G3's are so easy to trim to your skis. I had them trimmed to fit my Rocker2's in 10 minutes. Took them out for my first backcountry laps last weekend and they worked perfectly. Great grip and no slipping on semi-steeps. If your looking for a pair of skins that are easy to use and have been tested by many give these a shot you'll love them!

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VolkmasterFlex

VolkmasterFlex wrote a review of on March 15, 2013

5 5

...well, you found it! This is a great soft shell jacket for a variety of activities. Great for spring skiing, climbing/mountaineering, touring, and so many other aerobic activities in the winter. For cold days it will keep you warm and shield wind with a good base and mid layer on, but it will also help keep you cool working hard on a sunny day with its great breathability. I find it to be a really great piece for skiing/touring in warmer weather and climbing in the summer. I have also worn it on cold days (0-20 degrees) with a base layer and decent mid layer and stayed plenty warm especially when moving. This jacket's best feature is its ability to block wind. For how light the jacket feels it definitely is capable of keeping the breeze away on cool days. Fit of the jacket is very average in my opinion. Not baggy and not tight. I'm 5'10" 160 and I wear a small and find plenty of room to layer under this with no restriction in movement.

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VolkmasterFlex

VolkmasterFlex wrote a review of on March 15, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love these goggles! The two lense combo is perfect. My favorite is the red sol. It really can be warn in multiple light conditions. And the best part they always look awesome! Some people have had issues with fogging but I think the key to avoiding this is always drying out the goggles and the lenses when you get home. After each day out I always pull the lense out and put the lense and goggle in front of the heater to dry. By doing that I never have issues with these. Kudos to Smith Optics on these...they get my full reccomendation!

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