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dweeb

Incognito; serving behind The Zion Curtain

dweeb's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running

dweeb's Bio

Gradually turning gray without ever really growing up. I run, hike, ski, snowshoe, read, cook, listen to jazz and pet cats.

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dweeb wrote a review of on August 26, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs small

These shorts are comfortable, cool, look good, and are well designed. Best of all, when I have them on, I totally forget about them. Perfect.
I am a medium guy, and the large is my size in this short.

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dweeb wrote a review of on June 4, 2011

1 5

I am a big fan of KEEN. And when I bought these slippers mid-winter (four months ago), I was really pleased with them. But they are already wearing out - broken stitching and holes in the felt outer layer; and this is strictly from indoor use. They are not going to finish this race, won't stick the finish, and will not summit. Looks elsewhere for indoor foot comfort.

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dweeb wrote a review of on June 5, 2010

2 5

I guess that I can't order any more Stoic. I find the fit odd - two different shirts, of two different materials, but both cut me in the armpits badly. I normally fit in mediums, but unless you are a skinny dude, I would move up a size. Then again, maybe it is just me. Materials and workmanship look good, although the citron looks bright yellow on the web, but was much more green in reality.

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dweeb wrote a review of on May 2, 2009

5 5

I agree with the crowd. I have been wearing (and wearing, and wearing...) Ex Officio briefs for years. They flat out work. I wanted to give these a shot for both work and running. They do both well. I like the extra leg coverage for running, as they seem to be more wedgie-proof. As with the briefs, the material breathes and dries well. The mediums fit my 34 inch waist, 150 pound, 5'8' frame.

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dweeb wrote a review of on May 2, 2009

5 5

If you tend to avoid buying and owning crap, look to Lafuma for your deck furniture. I checked the usual suspects in town, finding only junk and cast metal suitable for your Mother-in-Law's house. I already own Lafuma's larger lounge chairs; they are spectacularly comfortable and worthy of years of use. These smaller chairs are much lighter and portable. I appreciate the support and comfort, and expect that they will also provide many seasons of deck activity. One word of caution - they are not constructed such that I would seat my larger friends (250+ pounders) in one. They are not THAT big. Backcountry gets 'em to you with not shipping, too.

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