Zach Levy

Zach Levy

The trails of my local state park and the wonderful mountains of NH

Zach Levy's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Running
Biking
Climbing

Zach Levy's Bio

I run, its very important to me. On top of running i enjoy biking hiking climbing and anything involving a board. Im passionate about everything that i do and love getting other people to experience the outdoors and enjoy them like i do.

Zach Levy

Zach Levy wrote a review of on November 21, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It has the same great quality expected from timex with some cool new features. First thing I live about it is the huge face, easy to read on those quick glances during a 400m workout. The tap function is great as long as you dont bump into things like fellow runners with your wrist . I keep it on the medium tap setting and barely ever face any problems with it. The buttons on it are huge and easy to press without looking. If you want a really nice chrono watch I couldn't recommend this enough.

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Zach Levy wrote a review of on April 7, 2012

5 5

Soooooo warm, always searched for a jacket that was warm enough for a large range of temps. This keep me warm below freezing and doesnt overheat me at 40-50, its also so light for its warmth due to its primaloft one filling. And it also is a stylin jacket so u can get that swag you know youve been looking for.

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Zach Levy wrote a review of on April 7, 2012

5 5

Great bag, bought it for a two week backpacking trip and have used it in all kinds of weather, warm enough for those cold new england nights and not too warm for a hiking trip through New Mexico. My favorite part is that i can get this bag smaller than my own head, possibly smaller. No down leakage yet so the seams are good. It has a waaterproof coating but if u want to use it for extended periods in wet environments u may want to get the membrain version. Classic Marmot down quality.

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Zach Levy wrote a review of on April 7, 2012

5 5

Greetings Backcountry community, this is a great chalk bag, i have two criteria when it comes to choosing one, color and ability to hold chalk. Obviously there is no bag on the market that doesn't hold chalk so I bought this because it looks cool. Yes it is true that it is impossible to close the bag all the way. It holds enough chalk for multiple climbing sessions, if u need more get a bucket.

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Zach Levy wrote a review of on March 7, 2012

5 5

This pair of pants is the third arcteryx item i have purchased for my adventures in the outdoors. I got the green color which is crazy so if your thinking its a mellow green its almost more of a teal. It has all of the bells and whistles you want in a pair of ski pants besides insulation, recco super breathable super waterproof warm and above all durable. The only complaint is that the hip vents dont havwe a mesh betweenthe outside and under the pants so snow can get through if you use them , i dont use them. I have boarded in these though the horrible winter weve had here and on the coldest day i still only wore boxers under them and i was toasty and i ride a lot of park and through all of the falls and abuse theyve taken it all . Yes they are expensive but they are the best pants ypull ever have and probably the last paur youll ever buy!

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Zach Levy wrote a review of on March 7, 2012

5 5

Alright let me start by saying i will never buy a backpacking pack by any other company than osprey, they know how to make a backpack better than any other company on the market. I have had this pack for four or five years now and it still is the same as the day i bought it besides the dirt, no rips tears or cracked buckles. Iused it for the first four years without having it fitted and still found it comfy carrying large loads. Over this summer when i went on a trip to the backcountry of New Nexico I finally got the belt heat molded and the ehole pack fitted to me as i had grown since i bought it. It was the most comfortable i could have been with 50 pounds on my back! After my two weeks of using it on that trip i realized the only fault with it which is that i needed more space and that can be solved by buying the larger size. If you are ready to buy the only backpacking pack you'll ever need this is it!

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