Davis W.

Davis W.

Davis W.

Davis W.wrote a review of on May 7, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 2"
Size Purchased: M-9

I've been wearing these shorts for running for the past 2 years. I've logged over 2k miles and 3 marathons with them from the roads to the trails and they haven't let me down once. At first the brief liner was a little weird as I had never had shorts like that before, but now I don't even notice its there. 9" hits right at the top of the kneecap on my frame.

Do yourself a favor, buy them and get out there

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Davis W.

Davis W.wrote a review of on September 13, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As a generally frugal person, when it came to updating my tent, prices were a tough pill to swallow. I wanted something lightweight enough that I could carry for solo trips and large enough for two person trips.

This, and BC's awesome price match guarantee (got it over $100 off) lead me to the Pulsar. Used on a two person trip in Glacier National Park. Worked well. Gave amazing views of the stars without the fly, and actually had more space that I was expecting. I'm 6'2" 140 and my dad is 5'10" 200 and we fit nicely. Although I expect the vestibule space would have been on the tight side. And it was light enough to not even notice on a solo trip to the Holy Cross Wilderness and gave more than enough room to hang out during storms.

Held up to 2 solid days of rain in HCW, even with water getting in between the footprint (doh!) so I wouldn't hesitate to go without, I'm just generally cautious when it comes to my gear. Seems durable even with the thin material, and the reversed foot box did a good job with ventilation.

In summary, would recommend to people looking for a lightweight tent for 2p and solo use, especially if you can get the price match. Although it is slightly heaver than BA tents, its cheaper and the 40D material, to me, makes it seem like it will last for years to come.

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Davis W.

Davis W.wrote a review of on July 5, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Used this multiple times in RMNP and in the Smokies. Kept me warm and toasty in a 15 Degree night in the Boulderfield on Longs Peak. Although you can easily get much higher fill down bags ($$$), this one is great for a budget without compromising warmth. Can compress down to smaller than a basketball with a compression sack to maximize room in the pack. Highly recommend.

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