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phillersk wrote a review of on February 10, 2009

5 5

Wow, never owned a pair of Hestra gloves. They are definitely well made and seem like they'll last. Stay warm until around 0 for me, and I get cold easy. They don't fit under the cuff unless you have a baggy jacket, I've seen people wear them over and under the cuff. I'll be buying Hestra from here on out, just check out sizing first each class of glove seems to fit different.

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phillersk wrote a review of on March 15, 2007

3 5

The Eiger is a good all around pack. The ski carry works quite well both ways. One could possibly fit an overnight into it. Simple, easy to use pack. A little on the heavy side, mainly because of the fabric, which such seems bomb proof. It didn't let any thing in during a 5 day ski tour. Only a few cons,it doesn't pack down well when empty, the outer two pockets are useless when pack is full, and there's no external shovel carry. I'd recommend for those looking for a heavy duty, carry all day pack.

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phillersk wrote a review of on October 5, 2005

4 5

These pants are pretty awesome. They are quite heavy duty. The only drawback to them is that they are designed for mainly skiing. The boot cut legs are pre-shaped for ski (or large) boots. A high waist and fitted shape keep them in the realm of skiing. If you're looking for a pant for mainly snow/winter sports these pants are a perfect choice. For climbing or hiking in changing temperatures however, their functionality might not be the best.

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