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bmw wrote a review of on August 10, 2007

5 5

Same quality materials, build, comfort; these big-boy Chacos are the real deal - and more! After all, the "men" don't get handy pull straps and glow in the dark logos! My boys love these out and about, from the pool to the river, the yard to the trail. Sure, flip flops and Crocs slip on easier, but these are Chacos - you know, the Cadillac of sandals! One thing: These are really big, so get one size smaller for your kiddie.

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bmw wrote a review of on May 3, 2007

5 5

Forget the old idea that "fleece" is synthetic! When it comes to basic tech tees, this one is definitely worth its weight in gold. It's comfortable, it breathes, it cools, it warms, stays fresh (i.e. doesn't reek like synthetics), it's biodegradable, it's REMARKABLE. The only catch is that you can't dry it in the dryer (if you want it to retain its size and natural performance properties). Great stuff!!

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bmw wrote a review of on January 10, 2007

5 5

This is an AMAZING package for the price: waterproof (guaranteed), breathable (guaranteed), critical seam taping, powder skirt, removable hood... To find a comparable product in the next brand up, you'd probably pay twice as much. Save your $$$ and go for the Free Agent. (Unfortunately, I had to return the jacket. It was either too short or too wide for my tall-and-skinny frame).

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bmw wrote a review of on January 10, 2007

5 5

... that hasn't already been said? This tidy package is super handy, lightweight, and high quality. The single strap is comfortable and more versatile than the (also beloved) Zipka Plus. User-friendly button, three brightness settings (plus strobe), and tilt feature. At home or in the backcountry, on the trail or up a crag, in the car (or on the side of the road!), this is a great basic-use lamp.

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bmw wrote a review of on October 2, 2006

5 5

You betcha, when they're made of SmartWool! Nothing compares to the performance and comfort of merino next to your skin - yes, even on hot (~100-degree) summer days. (Okay, so the "trap door" is a departure from the norm, but it works fine!) If you're a merino junkie like me, you won't settle for less (Pata-who?) than these!

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bmw wrote a review of on October 2, 2006

4 5

I'm impressed with how well made these feel: The squishy criss-cut bite valve on the water bottle is fantastic; easy to open and close, no leakage without at least two out of the bite-suck-squeeze trio. The gel flask gets by with an old-school hard tip; just make sure it's really shut before you slip it back in its holster! Highly recommended for aquaholics and goo junkies everywhere on shorter (up to 5-mile) runs!

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bmw wrote a review of on October 2, 2006

5 5

You don't have to be vegan to appreciate the (literally) raw energy packed into these little bars. If you're part of the Rock Star/Full Throttle generation, they're not for you. But if you appreciate the best Mother Earth has to offer in a minimally processed, energy-rich form, these are the absolute best. The flavor is natural and earthy, void of preservatives or artificial sweeteners. Mmmm... Pro Bar!

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bmw wrote a review of on June 29, 2006

3 5

The virtues of this shirt are its super light weight, breatheability, and relative wicking ability. In other words, I was glad to have it (over a cotton tee!) on hot trail runs in the high Rockies. If you have been spoiled by merino wool (like Ibex), though, this polypro stuff is going to feel rough, stiff, and woefully inadequate in terms of managing temperature. MY bottom line? Adequate for polypro; but if you can afford it, upgrade to merino - you won't regret it!

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bmw wrote a review of on June 29, 2006

4 5

The Trail Comps' "transparency" - the fact that you hardly notice them on the run - is their beauty. The inner liner seems to work well, and the back zip and regular side pockets are handy. The inseam is a little longer than skimpy running shorts. They're comfortable and perform very well out on the trail, especially when the going gets hot. I like 'em!

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bmw wrote a review of on January 12, 2006

5 5

This thing is THE ultra minimalist flatware! Weighing in at just over half an ounce and versatile from soup to salad, from hardcore backpack to laptop bag (man-purse?), it's just great to have around. It goes without saying that the titanium makes it both strong and lightweight, but the finishing touches of the polished ladle and rough (read "grippy") finished handle make it even better. A must have!

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