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Cole D Lehman

Cole D Lehman

Park City, Utah

cole's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Snowboarding
Mountain Biking
Hiking
Trail Running
Yoga

cole's Bio

I'm an INFP, a Yoga student and teacher, a freelance copywriter, and more. I live in Park City, Utah, create things at Magic Science, and survive on stories and Yoga. Deserts are my favorite places. You can follow me on Twitter @ColeDLehman and check out more of my work at www.coledlehman.com. Email me if you want to talk about the Universe, Yoga, adventures in the desert, or your favorite book. I'd love to hear from you.

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Cole D Lehman

Cole D Lehman wrote a review of on May 30, 2012

5 5

It still has to pass the ultimate test of keeping my head safe from a falling rock, but so far it fits well and it's super light. Climbing helmets fit a bit differently than your ski or snowboard helmet, they sit more on top of the head and that takes a little getting used to, check the sizing chart and make sure you're getting the right size for you.

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Cole D Lehman wrote a review of on May 16, 2012

5 5

I've worked at Backcountry for years now and this is my first Arc'teryx shell. It lives up to all the hype I've absorbed over those years. I bought it for year-round use—from snowboarding to backpacking. I decided on the Theta for a few main reasons. 1. Gore-Tex Pro Shell is totally waterproof, extremely breathable, and bombproof—without being too heavy for backpacking(in my opinion) Paclite was an option I was tossing around, but I wanted something I could abuse a bit more. 2. The length of the jacket. I wanted the extra length for use in Wasatch powder(no powder skirt) and for extra coverage in violent afternoon thunderstorms. 3. I wanted a jacket that would last for around a decade, not just a few seasons. I know plenty of people who've been wearing the same Arc'teryx shell for that long.

I'm 5'11 185lbs and the large fits me perfectly. Sleeves aren't too long and the hood doesn't bother me. I wore it through last winter and it outperformed my expectations. Looking forward to some storms in the Uintas and not worried about staying dry.

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Cole D Lehman wrote a review of on May 16, 2012

5 5

I only had the Titans for a few weeks before they followed me to Escalante and got chewed up by Bobo, a slot canyon. That was my fault though, not many shorts will survive 20-foot downclimbs through the jaws of Navajo Sandstone(two days in a row). They were just so comfortable.... They only suffered minor perforations along the seams, which is an expected result for what I was doing. I still run in them a few times a week and will be buying another pair for situations where slightly holey pants aren't socially acceptable.

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Cole D Lehman wrote a review of on December 11, 2011

5 5

I've been hiking barefoot around the Wasatch and Southern Utah and it's been an amazing experience. Strengthening muscles that haven't been used properly my whole life and simply enjoying bi-pedal motion more. I decided to start trail-running again and wanted to find a barefoot shoe that could protect my feet without too much coddling. These trail gloves are it. Wear em without socks and take it easy if you haven't been doing anything barefoot. These shoes require a different stride and running technique. If you haven't been practicing, expect to start off very slow, but get excited for less knee pain and more fulfilling trail runs down the road.

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Cole D Lehman wrote a review of on December 11, 2011

5 5

I finally found my binding. Riding everywhere and anywhere is my game and the Force is the first binding that I've fallen in love with. Super responsive, extremely bomber hardware, lightweight, and comfortable. If you ride everything, then you should use the Force.

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