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christinegg wrote a review of on June 17, 2013

5 5

Love my new paddle! Our sit-on-top double kayak came with some heavy fiberglass paddles which caused me pain to no end after just a short time out on the water. This Werner Camaono Carbon paddle is a dream! Out with my husband for hours without an ache in my upper body. While a bit pricey, it is worth every penny, as now I can just have fun and worry about my muscles clamping up wihtin a short period of time! Love these paddles!

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christinegg wrote a review of on April 5, 2011

5 5

I got this in the purple in size small and it looks gorgeous. I do wear an almost color matched bra (36C, in dark brown) with it. Otherwise I'd get a uniboob look. I love the feel of the fabric and I think the ruching on the sides is very attractive and is very forgiving of a little flab I have on some days more than on others. (fyi: I'm 5'3" and weigh between 120 & 125 lbs. I would not want to go to a larger size. Small is perfect for me).

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christinegg wrote a review of on March 25, 2010

3 5

Nice T-shirt, but beware, the sizing is way, way off. I normally wear a small in Prana, but with this even the medium was skin-tight. As a matter of fact even the large (which I ended up with) fits pretty tight. There is no space between the shirt and my skin. Aside from that it's pretty cute, but not as soft and flowing as the long sleeved Prana Eden shirt (the medium fits just right here).

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christinegg wrote a review of on May 18, 2007

2 5

While the shoes look like very good quality, we are very disappointed with these. Your website claims that a 42.5 would fit a size 9.5 mens. My husband says that it feels like he is trying to fit his feet into a size 6! Though at least one of your reviewers claims the shoes fit true to size, surely only those who have bought La Sportiva shoes before and know their European sizes will be satisfied with this purchase. We just feel we wasted time and money (to return the shoes)!

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christinegg wrote a review of on August 23, 2006

4 5

After my first real test of the Banff wearing a 24lb backpack and going on a strenuous, steep but relatively short hike, I did develop hot spots and eventually minor blisters on both my heels. However, when I went on a one week backpacking trip in Yosemite, I had no serious problems. In fact, I was very glad I opted for the new boots rather than my worn-out Asolo ones. These boots give wonderful support and a feeling of security on the multitude of difficult terrain we encountered on our last trip: clambering over huge rock slides, crossing over wet rocks, balancing on tree trunks, etc. etc.

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