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mydan122968824 wrote an answer about on April 16, 2012

I'm all for being friendly, but why would you reply to a question when you can't give an answer?

It's noisy. Maybe even louder than the original and like Dave mentions, it's like a bag of potato chips. It doesn't bother me too much because I'm usually tired, it might bother your neighbors if they are light sleepers.

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mydan122968824 wrote a review of on February 16, 2012

5 5

And the regular Anasazi VCS has this really baggy heel. Not only that, but when I get it nice and tight, the top of the shoe digs into my ankle at the sides and back. I get blisters or rashes after a session. I tried these on and they fit great. They still have the edging anasazi's are known for and are a great do-it-all shoe. Those who want a more specific shoe for steep routes, look into the Muira or Solution which fit my feet well too. I suppose I could take a star down for the color, but in the end, who cares as long as they feel great (and at least they're not light purple anymore).

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mydan122968824 wrote an answer about on November 28, 2011

No way. This has less than 2oz of 900 fill. If you have a windproof shell, that's enough to get you down to 20F. Maybe. Try a heavier jacket like the Mostbell frost or Outdoor research megaplume, Mountain Hardware sub-zero. If you run warm, perhaps the Marmot Ama Dablam would work. However, I suggest you get a jacket that works for 90% of the weather you encounter, not spend over 200 for those 5 days when it's that cold (not from NY so I don't know how cold it gets). The above jackets will make you sweat in anything above 20deg and if you do anything active. Get the Marmot AD, wear a shell over it, a light fleece and a wool long sleeve under if it gets that cold.... Or stay home. Hope that helps some.

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mydan122968824 wrote an answer about on October 5, 2011

Kinda. The pan will fit in, but not snug (handle thing gets in the way. If you really want to double cook, get the 1400 and the bowl, they fit in snug. Also, you can get fourdogstoves to make you a custom ti lid so you can have the pan (or bowl) covered while you cook.

But it's just my opinion, but the handle on the pan is not super secure (nor insulated). I'd totally use evernew, but everyone makes stoves that slide into the snowpeaks.

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