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Andrea's Passions

Camping
Snowboarding
Trail Running
Paddling
Snowshoeing
Sport Climbing

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 19, 2006

2 5

So my roommate bought me these boots at the beginning of the winter season here in Breckenridge, CO. I thought they looked like bomber winter boots but I was wrong. They are waterproof, but they are SO uncomfortable. I need to buy some footbeds for them now because I never wear them. I would rather wear my Vans in the snow than these because my feetsies hurt!!!!

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

5 5

So this boat rocks pretty much. It's the CADILLAC of kayaks. I found it to really track well in the water, but it does feel a little squirrelly when there's an undercurrent. It was almost hard to keep it going in a straight line at times. Stronger paddlers definitely. I like the rudder but it doesn't help noticeably unless you're in a really rough situation. The material that it's made out of is nice and shiny but seems like it could break easily.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

5 5

I paddled one of these babies down the middle fork of the Flathead River in Montana. Wow, what can I say. It was an unforgettable experience. It is definitely a fun boat, but it kind of bucks when you hit big rapids which in turn causes you to get flipped out of it. This would be a really fun boat to play around in on more mellow rivers and lakes, but from my experience with it I wouldn't take it on anything over Class II.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

4 5

I have a bunch of Sealine bags and I love every one of them. I have one of these see through ones and I like to use it for FOOD. I put clothes and personal stuff for river trips in non see through ones. I like using my clear one for food so I can dig out what I want while I'm on the river really fast.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

5 5

I love these tie downs because if I am going far with my boats I feel more secure about having them on the roof with these bow/stern tie downs on there. You always get a little lift when you have kayaks on top of your roof but when I crank these down it really cuts that out. Love em.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

4 5

I've paddled a bunch of Carolinas and always have had fun in them. This boat is so versatile and easy to paddle. It's stable and it tracks well. It is made out of a durable plastic so I didn't worry about bashing it on rocks when pulling into shore. I like the hatches, store my food and extra clothes for day trips in there. My only complaint about this boat is that the cockpit seems a little small for someone that is 6 feet tall with long legs.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

4 5

I like this boat because it's really easy to turn around on a dime. It's suuuuper stable (it's really wide). The seat is really comfortable and there is plenty of room in the cockpit. It doesn't track that great if you're trying to tour for a long time but it does good in moving water and stuff like that. I thought it was kind of weird that the cockpit on it was sooo big. That kind of defeats the purpose of having a sit in kayak, doesn't it? But just throw on a spray skirt and you will be fine! And actually if you had a small dog you could throw them in there in front of you.

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andisandi

andisandi wrote a review of on December 18, 2006

5 5

I have a few different helmets including this one. It's so unbelievably light compared to my old Giro helmet. I love how the vents have removable pads so when it's hot I take them out. I like how big the vents are so I don't overheat. All of my goggles fit really well with this helmet.

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