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Kelley's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Snowshoeing

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at2007 wrote a review of on November 5, 2009

5 5

I own the Western Mountaineering Ultralite and LOVE my bag. But so I wanted to get a WM bag that would really fit my boyfriend who is 6'1" and about 160 lbs. So, I bought this bag for him and he loves it. He stays very warm and definitely in temps lower than 20 degrees. WM makes the best sleeping bags. They have a high fill count for light weight, packable, but warm!

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at2007 wrote a review of on June 16, 2008

5 5

This is one of my favorite skirts to do any activity in: Hiking, Running, Walking, Biking. The fit is great in the waist and hip area. The inner short is not to tight, however they can sometimes ride up. The material is soft and can easily snag if you are hiking, yet the softness of the material can feel very luxurious and feminine.

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at2007 wrote a review of on July 5, 2007

5 5

This is such a great material for summer. It's such a lightweight corduroy that has stretch. Therefore, it's fitted without being tight. As much as I love the material, I find it wrinkles easy. But that's okay, it's a casual skirt. If I'm not in my GoLite Calamity Jane skirt working out, then I'm in one of my two Horny Toad Paige Skirts hanging out.

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at2007 wrote a review of on July 5, 2007

5 5

I originally bought one of these skirts, then bought the other 3 colors. I said before this skirt is breathable and non restrictive, but I'd like to add it's also hardy. I've worn this skirt backpacking where I'm hiking through thick brush, sitting on whatever the ground provides and have had my dog with her not so trim nails jump up and drag on this skirt, and it has held up beautifully. Functional, cute and holds up well.

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at2007 wrote a review of on May 30, 2007

5 5

I've had these boots for 3 years and have put many miles on them from pouring rain to dry hot days. I've even enjoyed them winter hiking and they are the boots I use to snowshoe. They are an all around great boot for all conditions. I use them for day hikes and backpacking trips and find them to be extremely comfortable, and amazingly dry. I have completely submerged my foot into streams and puddles and have dry feet. I've never had a blister or a hot spot, and I backpack at about 15 miles per day. These have a roomy toe box, and fit my wide foot well.

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at2007 wrote a review of on June 19, 2006

5 5

I hiked in this bra. The material allows for excellent breathability without any chaffing or rubbing. However, I would not do any high impact sports, like running, with this bra for lack of support. I wear a 34C and would prefer something with more support for running, but I wouldn't take any other bra with me on a hike. Non-restricting, dries fast, and has a nice feminine cut.

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at2007 wrote a review of on May 5, 2006

4 5

This pack is great if you are just going out for a couple of hours. The bladder holds about 2L, but on hot days, I throw in an additional liter (Nalgene bottle). This hydration pack is large enough to hold some snacks, maps, the extra Nalgene bottle, but not much more, so for longer days you may need a larger pack. The design allows you to get the pack snug to the body so it doesn't bounce around. I don't even feel like I'm carrying a pack with this. This is my favorite choice for a quick 2-3 hour hike!

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