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All over Utah, mainly the Wasatch front.

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DOUGLAS's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Mountain Biking
Hiking
Road Cycling
Alpine Skiing
Sport Climbing
Bouldering

DOUGLAS's Bio

True grit turns the human stain into a patina that says, "I was here and I did that."

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dsm240690555 wrote a review of on April 26, 2012

5 5

This pack is great, perfect for a weekend trip. There are a lot of pockets and storage options. I love the hip belt pockets, they are great for snacks, GPS, maps, headlamp, or any other small item you need quick access to. The ice-axe loops are great for storing your trekking poles when you want them out of the way completely. The best part is Osprey's warranty, I had to replace some buckles and webbing that my dog decided to much on. They where awesome! It was quick and easy, they didn't even charge me. You can't go wrong with Osprey!

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dsm240690555 wrote a review of on April 26, 2012

4 5

Ross has always made great reels and this is no exception. This is probably the most durable reel out there. And for $175 its lighter than other reels in this category. If you are just starting out or looking for a solid reel for under $200 this is a great way to go.

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dsm240690555 wrote a review of on June 21, 2011

3 5

First off let me say that I like everything functionally about these shoes. The Gore-tex is great, I stood in a puddle for a few minutes and my feet stayed dry. I over pronate when I walk and they are a big improvement over most of the other shoes I've tried. The lace system is awesome, it works just like it should. The insoles that come with them are ok, not enough arch support and to soft for my liking.
The issues that I have run into with these are that they are quite narrow (I have wide feet also). the toebox is smaller than most shoes that I have encountered. The downside with the Gore-tex is they get quite warm.
I do like these shoes alot, I'm hoping to find the right insole/sock combo to suit my needs. Bear in mind I have only had these shoes for a few days so I'm hoping they will break in and my problems will magically go away.

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