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dsieg wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

4 5

After spending years layering for cold weather, I really wanted a jacket that I could just through on over a T shirt. I was debating between synthetic and down, but I really wanted something that I could ski in and also wear around town without the puffy look of down. Most synthetic jackets weren't going to be warm enough, but this one is awesome. I wear it around town and on the slopes and it keeps me warm in any condition, and because it is synthetic and not down, I get the warmth I want without being so puffed up, and vulnerable to rain and snow.

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dsieg wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

5 5

I added a few of these c4s to my rack about a year ago. I was first amazed by the weight. For their size they are so much lighter than older camalots. They are also so smooth. I have used them in the classic monzo granite of J-tree to the smooth sandstone of Red Rocks, and these babies were worth their weight in gold.

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dsieg wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

5 5

Every climber could use this shoe in their arsenal. Whether gym climbing, bouldering, or flailing on a new sport route, this shoe is super comfortable and gives a good climber great footwork. I have gone through 2 pairs of this shoe already and this will be my third. I love it, and when I hit the rocks, this shoe will definitely be in my pack.

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dsieg wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

4 5

I have been a rock guide for several years and I wanted a shoe that I could wear to have secure friction on the rock and also demo a few climbs for my clients. After using this shoe, I was very please with the friction I receive, I would expect nothing less than spectacular from FiveTen. However the shoe construction was falling apart way too quickly. The sole on the toe box was peeling off after some light rock scrambling and hiking. I love the shoe for guiding, but wouldn't use it for anything too technical.

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dsieg wrote a review of on January 30, 2007

4 5

This is the first patagonia item to fit me really well. I am tall and thin and their stuff is either too short on the sleeves and torso or too wide for me. This is actually fairly form fitting and still long enough on the sleeves and torso to keep me happy. I got this primarily for a good top layer in cool conditions, but it actually works really well as a mid layer too. Pretty thin insulation, but still warm enough for mild weather.

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