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lng4237854 wrote a review of on February 20, 2011

5 5

This coat is currently being used in one of the absolute coldest of winters, -20 degrees plus windchill, in the middle of Ann Arbor, Michigan. This versatile coat has kept me warm in the late fall and dead of winter while looking stylish on campus. With large, accessible pockets with a tough fabric exterior, I would definitely recommend this coat to those who need style and warmth in subfreezing temperatures.

Cons: This coat isn't tractable as many other winter jackets, so not so good for boarding and. This is more for warmth, style and comfort.

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lng4237854 wrote a review of on February 20, 2011

5 5

With a nice soft liner keeping my toes warm at 7am in -20 degree weather in the depths of Ann Arbor, Michigan, these boots are more than I had expected. The high-top style keeps snow out and the liner and the aggressive traction makes it comfortable to walk in confidently. They are somewhat stylish with jeans, keeping you from having to change out of them once you get to work, these cozy boots are perfect for freezing to subfreezing temperatures. I would suggest to those who need boots in temperatures between 20 to -20. If anything above, this boot is too warm; anything below, go for something greater than 200 grams of Thinsulate.

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lng4237854 wrote a review of on February 20, 2011

5 5

A MUST HAVE for boarders that keep their boards for more than one season and don't have the money to pay $10 each time they want sharp edges. With different options of angles to sharpen your edge, this sharpener is just as important as having gloves on the slopes.

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lng4237854 wrote a review of on February 20, 2011

5 5

LOVE IT!!! Warm from 40 degrees to -20, this coat is like wearing a cloud of warmth. This is tractable and not too puffy and it even fits into a small little pouch it comes with. It's great for traveling and packing as a primary or secondary coat and when packed away, it takes up no more room than a 2-litre bottle of soda (but with much less weight). Literally like a sleeping bag and with plenty of pockets, this down coat is definitely something I would suggest to anybody. No Cons what-so-ever!

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