Crystal Mt. The Great Pacific Northwest
Has a comfy fit and stays in place, even though it doesn't have that extra strap over the head. It is bright and easy to use. I mostly use it when we get to the mountain late Friday night and set up the camper in the dark. It is also great when you just need a little extra light - working on the car or I even got my future mother in law to wear it while she did her needle work. No need to spend a ton of money on a fancy headlamp this works great, especially when the goat puts it on sale!
This is a great t-shirt. I got it in Miro Blue for my fiance and it looks great on him, the fit is perfect and it he says it is comfy. My only complaint is that it is expensive. You definitely pay for the brand here, arteryx makes great stuff, but seriously it is a t-shirt not a technical shell. There is no way I would have bought this without the killer deal offered by backcountry.com that said, it is a great shirt.
This is the second one I have purchased. The first one worked great, it is bright and easy to work. The only problem is that my puppy got a hold of his collar (we take it off to give him a bath) and chewed the light to pieces. No big deal, just need a replacement. I have the replacement and it works great. If you have a big yard and a dog who likes to hide, if you go camping and want to make sure you know where fido is, if you go on walks at night and don't want your pup to get hit just as much as you don't want to get hit, or if you think it's cool your dog's collar has a light up tag...get this. It rocks.
I bought this skirt in gray as a casual summery bottom half, that was not shorts or capris. It turned out to be a lot nicer than I imagined. You can dress this skirt up, (I wore it to a military funeral service) or dress it down (I've worn it to multiple bbqs and running errands). My only complaint is that, at least on the gray, any wet shows up glaringly. When my dog runs up to say hello I invariably get a big 'ol smear on my skirt from his slobbery mouth. As soon as it dries the spots go away, but if you are at all embarrassed about that sort of thing (looking like you may have peed your pants), I would recommend the black.
These pants are sweet. Warm and the lift and flexible on the slopes. They kept the water off of me and I stayed nice and dry. I got a bit too warm walking from the car to the chair but I think they are great. I recommend them as a great cold weather pant
Love. It keeps my stuff dry, its durable and its light. What more could you ask for?
This vest is really warm. The hood is big enough to hide in which is great. The problem is that the proportions are a bit strange. Overall, the vest is short which makes it hit a little high on my hip. The pockets are up high on the vest and the fact that the whole thing is short makes the pockets seem even higher. I bought this to be a cute vest - not so much. Its hard to feel comfortable when you feel like you need to pull it down all the time. At least its warm!
This leash is absolutely perfect. The strap is thick and durable. The collar clip is metal, not plastic like a lot of the other leashes. The handle is great too - It has clip on it so you can attach it to poles or whatever you may need to anchor your dog too. The size of the loop adjusts too so you can anchor them around pretty much anything. The size adjust can also be used to shorten the leash. My dog is a puppy right now, but when he grows up I am sure that the additional handle right next to the collar will be nice in case I need to keep him close. This is a fantastic leash - I highly recommend it for anyone with a larger dog.
Love these socks - everything the other reviewers said is accurate. The only thing I have to add is that these socks wash really well. Some socks pill up and cause problems in your boots - not these!
This is a really nice little chair. It has the pocket in the back which I love - and the back is mesh to keep your back dry on hot days. The only problem is that the side straps are a bit too long (like an inch) I had to shorten them to make this chair work for me. Other than that I think this chair rocks!
It's a t-shirt...and it works! The other reviewers are correct, the size runs a bit large so order one size smaller than you normally would (I'm usually an "M", I needed an "S"). Also, it has a long length, which I don't mind but I'm sure others might. I got it on sale and I don't think it is worth full price, but it was definitely worth sale price.
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