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Dave's Passions

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onthemovefit

onthemovefit wrote a review of on December 29, 2008

2 5

We own two pair of Atlas snowshoes and love them. I purchase these since my daughter is in between kids and women's.... When we went out to use the first time her boot kept sliding too far forward and was hitting against the webbing in the front. I tried to tighten the binding but that just hurt her instep. Going back to Atlas!

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onthemovefit wrote a review of on September 16, 2008

5 5

I started telemarking last year and the local shop recommended these. I couldn't be more pleased. I ski at Loveland here in Colorado where the terrain is less groomed and more varied. The Work Stinx make life a lot easier Especially for a new telemark skier. I have the BD 02 bindings. Love them also!

You'll be pleased.... I can't wait to hit the backcountry with them.

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onthemovefit wrote a review of on June 9, 2008

5 5

I just purchased this jacket after hearing such great things. I got to try it out yesterday: 43 degrees, wind 15+ mph and above treeline at around 12,000 feet. It performed wonderfully. I wore only it and a short sleeve shirt for most of the hike and was warm the entire time. I bought black so it would absorb the sun better so I think that helped since it was sunny most the time.

Highly recommend it!

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onthemovefit wrote a review of on March 20, 2008

5 5

I'm a new telemark skier this year and these boots have made all the difference. I demo'd the T1 (too rigid) and the Garmont Syner-G's (too wide). If you have a narrow heel these will work out great.

I found they were rigid just enough as to not be over kill like the T1's. Additionally, no break-in time.

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