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Ski Dudewrote a review of on May 10, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After a while your gore-tex gets dirty and you have to wash it. Really this is just like a DWR and maybe better than what came on your garment originally. So this is what you need after you wash it. I like to wash w/ soap then wash again with this stuff, starting the wash and then stoping to let it soak in the garment for at least a half and hour, continue the cycle and then hang dry. More or less care about the outside water resistance more than anything else. No material breaths the way they say it does, doing this or spraying something else on is clogging the materials breathability.

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Ski Dudewrote a review of on May 10, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used the non flat style crank brothers in the past, only complaint is that you have limited tension ability. Still if you need to be in and out for the terrain your in and need to have the grip of a flat pedal at those times then this is a nice option. The spikes are nice, since most others with clipless don't offer that. Funny to read others reviews and complaints about pedals not lasting. If you're hard on gear, thats the way it goes, rocks aren't soft and nothing lasts forever on the trail.

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Ski Dudewrote a review of on November 24, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Firstly the one pictured is missing the A-frame tail holder loops. Nice construction, some weird pockets internally. Lots of entrances to the inside of pack. Nice bad cooling management. So many things on the pack means its heavy. Fit is top notch. I thought this was the best pack out there, solid so far.

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Ski Dudewrote a review of on November 24, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

More and more now I find myself on this binding. I find taking care when skiing makes the difference. Snow build up happens. I have skied all sorts of terrain with these, even the Skiers Cup. The more you push them you will need to replace at some point, hardpack snow takes its tole on this style binding. Going a number or to higher on DIN than your used to won't hurt either. Ski crampons are available, helps with the wide skis in firm or spring conditions.

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