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Steven Smith

Steven Smith

Philadelphia, PA

Steven Smith's Passions

Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping
Biking
Running

Steven Smith's Bio

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Steven Smith

Steven Smithwrote a review of on July 18, 2015

Solo Adventure!
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This tent is simply amazing. The tent might be a tight squeeze if you are over 6ft tall. I am 5'11 and noticed that I was just the right length. I had just enough room for my feet and just enough room for my head where they were not touching the tent.

The tent is plenty wide to keep the things that are near and dear to you, near and dear. The tent offers plenty of pockets to store belongings and hooks to hang lights, or the separate gear loft.

The rain fly on this tent is great. It offers great ventilation and great weather protection. The bathtub floor on this thing is huge! That helps with any splash you may get that comes up under the fly.

The vestibule is a decent size. It can hold a pair of shoes, a pack, and a few other things. The single pole snaps together easily for a quick pitch. The walls are near vertical and the door is huge! LOVE THIS THING!!!

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Steven Smith

Steven Smithwrote a review of on July 18, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These trekking poles are great for the price! $80 for a solid set of poles is hard to pass up. They are a bit on the heavier side, but not by much, and not by much that it really effects me. These survived a few days in PA on the Appalachian Trail. If you have ever hiked PA you know that it is straight rocks....rocks everywhere.

Even after limited use I would still be fine suggesting these for an entry set of trekking poles!

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Steven Smith

Steven Smithwrote a review of on July 10, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I absolutely love this headlamp! Yes it is not the lightest, and yes it is not the brightest, but the features it has make it worth the price!

I have the red light version of this. This is essential to me when it comes to headlamps. I do a lot of night fly fishing stripping streamers for brown trout. The red light helps me preserve my night vision. In the past my eyes would adjust to the dark, but once I turned my headlamp on with a bright white light it would be messed up and I would have to re-adjust all over again. With the red light you save your night vision when you turn it on.

When I am around camp and people are sleeping I can use the red lights to not wake anyone up by shining my light around the tent looking for things.

When you need a bright torch it has a maxbright LED which does a great job at reaching out and illuminating things. The band on the Remix is a typical elastic band that is found on most headlamps. It is very comfortable to wear.

Again.....my favorite grab and go headlamp for any and all adventures!

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