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clark sperry

clark sperry

Colorado

clark sperry's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Climbing

clark sperry's Bio

climbing, mountain biking, camping, hiking, backpacking, being outside.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on June 7, 2015

MY GO TO ALL AROUND SHOE
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 145 lbs
Size Purchased: 39.5

The Python is by far my favorite shoe. It performs well on most types of rock and all angles from Steep (rifle) to slab (Potash) to everything in between (Boulder Canyon/Flatirons). They fit my foot absolutely perfectly (medium tow width to a more narrow heel. These shoes have a much narrower and more sensitive heel than the Solution and provide incredible feedback to your toes. In my opinion LaSportiva came up with the perfect all around shoe with the Python. I wear an 9.5 in street shoe and a 39.5 in the Pythons for a tight/aggressive but perfect fit; no heel slop and great feel in the toes as well as good edging. These break in pretty quickly being all natural leather.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on June 7, 2015

Great sport harness
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great sport harness that has 2 gear loops with room for 20 or so draws. I don't use it for multi-pitch as it isn't the most comfortable to hang in; it doesn't have a ton of padding or adjustable leg loops but cuts weight for harder sport climbs. Falls in it are completely fine just don't hang in it for too long or you may run into some hamstring discomfort.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on May 12, 2013

Great pack for many different uses.
5 5

This pack is pretty good for multi-day hikes or even a quick hike that requires a lot of gear like running to a climbing crag. It carries heavy loads very well and makes it feel like a small backpack. This pack also has some nice features like the holster styled water bottle holder and gear loops. Many different zippers for easy access to all of the different compartments. The lid is huge and contains many different items that need to be accessed easily. Overall great larger sized pack that I would recommend to anyone that it fits.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on November 12, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My first impression when wearing this jacket is that it is incredibly light weight. It's pretty warm on it's own but if you wear a shell on top it keeps you super cozy. Great for sleeping in when camping in the cold due to it's lack of bulk. The stow pocket is super convenient for storage and takes up about 3/4 the space of a 1L nalgene. It has a drawstring on the bottom and 2 formidably sized front pockets that more than accommodate a phone/ipod and other odds and ends. The best part is that it doesn't limit mobility at all.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on November 5, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag is awesome and pretty durable. The tarp is huge and the compression straps are great for bundling up the rope to stuff into a pack. It fits a 70m, 2 pairs of shoes, a dozen draws, first aid kit, brushes and some food/water. Only downside is that it doesn't have backpack/shoulder straps, just a shoulder sling (messenger bag style).

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clark sperrywrote a review of on July 31, 2011

3 5

These shorts tend to be on the longer side in terms of inseam length. They don't quite limit motion or flexibility but it is something that you can feel. The built in clasp/belt system seems to work but loosens up quickly and needs to be tightened frequently. The front pockets are incredibly shallow but the right thigh pocket is great for bulky items (built in clasp/hook for keys) and it zips shut. Overall they are ok and get the job done but there are more accommodating/more comfortable shorts out there.

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clark sperrywrote a review of on July 31, 2011

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The inseam is a bit on the shorter side than i was expecting but these shorts have a decent elasticity to them and do not limit range of motion or crucial flexibility. I love the elastic waist-band and it isn't too constricting but just the perfect feeling and will not irritate. Pockets are either nice and deep or velcro-closed so that you will not lose items. Overall I would highly recommend these shorts to another climber. Great product and way to go prAna.

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