john rushton

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john rushton wrote a review of on July 28, 2010

4 5

After loosing my Gas Cans I tried these out. They fit good but the lens are alot closer to my face than my old Gas Cans, took a little getting used to. I got the Matte Black ones and I love the look but liked the fit of the Gas Cans Better.

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john rushton wrote a review of on July 27, 2010

4 5

Great shoes especially on rocky uneven terrain where the stiff sole is put to it's best use. They are also on the heavy side. The gore-tex is a great feature and is definitely water proof but you don't really want to go stomping around in any puddles or streams with these, if you go in water above your ankle you'll have to take your shoes off to drain the water out. Other than that these shoes have served me well and been very durable.

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john rushton wrote a review of on July 27, 2010

5 5

Yes these do look dumb on your helmet, but when your riding with your buddies something funny or stupid always happens right, well put one of these on your head then you can have the footage to watch over and over and laugh your ass off! The quality of this camera is really amazing for $300, the sound is also really good too. I like to use the back plate with the holes in it for skiing the sound is deff better, just cove the holes with tape so the camera dose not get wet. Only draw back in performance is the snow dose get blown out on bright sunny days but it only really looks bad if your riding wide open bowls, there is no definition to judge the terrain and it's pretty hard to watch back on a monitor. Also if you crash hard you get the dreaded CMOS jelly vision to go along with your aches and pains. Be sure and get a class 4 or higher memory card, I usually use a 16gb PNY card I picked up from wall mart for $40 and it has worked perfect all season. Also if your going to use the helmet strap be sure you tether it to something you wont loose, way harder finding one of these in powder than a ski. I always have this with me ready to go, the footage I got last winter was worth it's weight in Gold!

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john rushton wrote a review of on July 27, 2010

5 5

Purchased this tent in 05 and it has served me well. Very easy to setup, and packs down pretty small good for a Kayak. Perfect size for one person and gear, two people is cramped especially if you move around while you sleep. The rain fly has worked very in heavy down pours and high winds, keeping everything comfy and dry inside. Highly suggest you buy the footprint with this, well worth it.

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john rushton wrote a review of on July 27, 2010

5 5

Good looking and very comfy, fit is a little on the small side but it's a pretty safe bet to go with your normal. I rarely use the liner and my mellon stays plenty warm, the ear pads also keep your ears plenty warm. The finish tends to get scratched up but better the helmet than your head right! Fits good with Oakley Crowbars. Only drawback I can think of is it sounds like your in an airplane when your going fast due to wind noise in the vents.

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