Crested Butte peaks and streams
I really enjoy these glasses. They are comfortably and stay on my face skiing or bending down in the stream. One thing to consider they do have interchangeable lenses, but to buy other polarized replacements can get pricey. I bought the traces with the polarized grey lenses and they don't work great for fly fishing as they are too dark. The photochromic copper replacement lenses are $70.00 retail. So when buying these glasses make sure you get the lenses you want the first time.
Neal, I am 6'1 and 175lbs. 33 waist. I tried on multiple mediums in this jacket because I didn't want to get a jacket that was too bulky, but the medium was too short at the waist and in the arms. I bought the large and it is a perfect fit, it doesn't see too big at all. In fact, if I raise my arms over my head the waist still comes up a little, so i think the large is the right choice
I bought these boots 2 seasons ago and like the other reviews they are great boots ready to go right out of the box. They are true to size. I recommend super feet if you are going to hike a lot. I wore these boots to guide backpacking trips in colorado for two summers, Probably 300 or so miles and I wore the boots out. So, that leads me to my question. I need a boot that I can hike 150 miles plus a season that is going to last more than two seasons. Ive been looking at the La Sportiva Glacier Evo, does anyone have advice on a boot that could perform like the Asolo, but is going to stand up to the abuse?
this is the best layering piece I've ever owned! I wear this top at least 3 to 5 times a week for about 8 months. It is my go to piece for skiing, fishing, climbing, whatever.
This is great looking jacket but I've been disappointed with how it's held up. It piles horribly when worn under a shell. I layered with it maybe 10 times while skiing this winter and it is already looking pretty bad. Love the look and fit (which runs small) but I would buy the buy the Patagonia R1 Flash pullover instead for a true layering piece.