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car1092828139

Salt Lake City, UT, Alta Ski Area, The Wasatch Mountains, Moab, Tetons...

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Carly's Passions

Alpine Touring
Camping
Mountain Biking
Hiking
Road Cycling
Alpine Skiing
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

Carly's Bio

I am driven by a life in the mountains and around and on water,Im just a small town girl from the Midwest who grew up water skiing and soon found a love for snow skiing, mountain biking, climbing, camping, hiking, and just exploring new areas and terrain. In the winter you can find me skiing at Alta or the surrounding backcountry, and in the spring, summer, and fall you can find me mountain biking and climbing my way around the west!

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on July 25, 2012

5 5

I have an older pair of these and they are still holding up great and they have been all over the place! I just bought these for my Mom because she had been dieing for a pair, and she absolutely loves them! Now a few of her friends have ordered them too. If you are in the market for a good, solid, comfy summer shoe that has great support and can also get wet, I would highly recommend this shoe. They are a Keen Classic and have been around forever for a reason. Another great feature is that they dry super fast!

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on June 25, 2012

5 5

As a long time athlete who has put my body to the test for years on end, I find a good sold, comfy pad for camping to be essential. I have horrible back issues, and this pad has changed my nights while out camping. It is totally worth the money for the added cush and support. I highly suggest this pad!

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on June 25, 2012

5 5

This is an absolute MUST BUY!!!! With a very conservative neck line in the front, and a super appealing and flattering low cut back, this shirt is great for many reasons. It is a great active shirt with a tank top as the first layer with a built in Bra, and the main outer layer is a soft cotton. I have used this shirt to climb in a ton, and absolutely love it. I also wear it out around town as a nice casual shirt. It comes in super cute comes and looks great while being active and then out for apre after! Enjoy

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on April 10, 2012

5 5

These are amazing pants with a super comfortable fit. I have them in the xs, which is a great fit for me, but I feel that I could also go up to the size small for the length, for me the xs is just a tad bit short. I am 5'6" 125lbs. The waist on these pants are very flattering and tight enough that they don't slip down. I've used them for climbing and biking and I just love them, its a must have pant for sure!!!

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on March 29, 2012

3 5

I picked this up to keep in my backcountry ski pack, its just a basic compass that is super simple. It is a lower end compass but good to have in the pack. For me its just a back up item, because where I tour here in the wasatch mountains I know the terrain and area super well. If you are looking for a compass that will be more detailed and reliable for longer trips or more expedition and longer ski tours in unknown areas. I would suggest looking into some of Suuntos higher end compasses such as the, http://www.backcountry.com/suunto-mc-2-pro-compass The MC-s Pro compass.

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on March 29, 2012

4 5

What a great ski, and super easy to just jump on and feel right at home! I find it to be a great powder ski, but I bought it specifically just for that, since it only comes in the 183cm. I did find that when the powder got skied out, it was still very stable in the cruddy softer snow. With the sidewall construction and early rise tip an tail it is a forgiving ski that is not too stiff.

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car1092828139 wrote a review of on January 31, 2012

3 5

If you are in the market for a binding that you can have on your one ski quiver, this would be a great choice. It is a great option to have for skiing resort as well as getting into a bit of backcountry or slackcountry skiing. They are slightly lighter then the Marker Duke touring binding and have a lower din setting then the Dukes. I would suggest these bindings for sure, they are super solid and you will feel safe on them where ever you are skiing. The lighter option made by Marker will be the F10 or F12 tour bindings, see the reviews on this bindings from the link listed below.

http://www.backcountry.com/marker-f12-tour-binding

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