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dal4273829 wrote a review of on February 4, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

For the price they are decent goggles. The lenses are a bit of a pain to change out when you are outside in 5 degree weather but if you prepare they aren't too bad to change before you head out. The Super anti-fog technology doesn't seem to be an improvement over my 5 year old goggles. They fog when it is cold and you are working hard (hiking). Otherwise they seem to be okay when riding.

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dal4273829 wrote a review of on February 2, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got these as a gift so I was not worried about the cost but at $115 I was expecting more. They seem to perform the same as my $30 polyester Columbia base layer I have been using for years. They also fit baggier than I would expect for a baselayer. If it was my own money I would not buy these.

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dal4273829 wrote a review of on December 21, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size

Got these for $40. They are great for skinning and after a year of use, everything is holding up very well. They are not for the coldest of days except on the uphills but that is to be expected for relatively light weight gloves.

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dal4273829 wrote a review of on March 20, 2013

4 5

I have only used these a handful of times but so far I really like them, especially for the price. The fit is great, I really like the lining and the exterior stitching looks pretty good. I wouldn't wear these at the resort on a really cold day but in the back country or nicer days at the resort they are perfect.

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dal4273829 wrote a review of on March 17, 2013

3 5

A little thinner than I expected. A lot of people say that the thinner the better, but I think they took it a touch too thin on these. I can't say my feet were toasty worm at the resort, but they do the part while hiking in the backcountry. I think the Smartwool medium ski socks are a better overall sock, but for the price, the Stoics are worthwhile.

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dal4273829 wrote a question about on September 26, 2011

Two questions - 1. What can I really expect to carry besides the airbag in teh 30L pack? My typical gear is a set of goggles, extra gloves, outer jacket, shovel, probe, snow saw and skins (on the descent). Just want to know if I have to severly comprimise how much gear I can carry. 2. How hard is it to refill the canisters. I have heard that you have order them prefilled from BCA. I was hoping it is simply taking them to a scuba shop for refill.

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