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Peruvian Andes, Denali, Costa Rica, Europe, Big Bend, Glacier Ntl Park, Everglades, Grand Canyon, other state and ntl parks.

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on July 3, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I used it as a backpacking pack and I loved the size. This is smaller and lighter than my osprey. I actually like how it doesnt have multiple compartments. I fit everything I needed: a two-person tent w/ footprint, a not-so-tiny sleeping pad, my sleeping bag, my first aid stuff, down jacket, doggy gear, and a bear vault. I thought it was comfortable.

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on December 27, 2010

5 5

I've only worn these a fist full of times and so far they are very comfortable and extremely breathable. Upon visual inspection they look like they have high-quality craftsmanship. Wearing gives the same impression. My only question is whether they can last a reasonable amount of time. I'm optimistic.

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on December 27, 2010

5 5

Due to price I've been slowly accumulating ExOfficio underwear ...I have the sport, the give n go brief, and the boxer brief. All fit fantastically and all live up to the hype. the give-n-go brief is probably my favorite of the three I mentioned.The sport is a little more minimalistic in its coverage so some might feel it can get a little tight up front. The boxer brief obviously has more coverage and I don't want that much all the time. The give n go brief splits the difference leaving you with an all-the-time fit and feel.You might find yourself asking "can I get a discount if I buy in bulk?"

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on November 26, 2010

5 5

Love the boot. I use it in a casual environment. I haven't taken it hiking yet. Not a fan of the inserts, but not a big deal because I use custom orthotics which fit nicely by-the-way. The quality is worth the price. Saw these boots a little cheaper elsewhere, but backcountry service is worth the extra.

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on September 16, 2008

4 5

This lamps generates a good amount of light for the weight and size. I used it on a recent camping trip and it was very handy. I needed it to help find my way back to camp for the final three miles of a trail and I was pleased with its performance. It is nice around the house, too. This was my first headlamp.

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matthew.he1404309wrote a review of on September 16, 2008

5 5

I bought these to keep my hands warm in northwest Montana. They did the job, and because they fit well they didn't get in the way. I thing these would combo well with some ski gloves, too. Like the reviewer below says, there's no special grip material, so care should be taken when using while driving.

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