I sent back 2 cases I bought on sale. Waaay to sweet for me. Same as candy bars - empty energy. These are bunk.
I've used the G3 tool for 3 pairs of skins now. I've used the traditional type tool that BD supplies, and which G3 also to used to include, for I think 5 pairs of skins.
Hands down - the G3 tool rules. I can trim skins perfectly in just a few minutes with the G3 tool. With the traditional old crude tool I've had a few screw ups and my skins were never cut anywhere close to "perfect" before, plus it was a dreaded task previously.
I bought a couple cases of these on SAC and the 1st ingredient is evaporated cane juice. These things are pure junk food. I wont buy them again. There's more energy loss than gained eating this kind of crap! Yuck!!! they also taste like candy bars. I usually buy waaay better bars than this. They are pretty horrible and nothing healthy about them! A little bit of protein but all the sugar kills any good these bars might do for you. Am attaching a list of ingredients - check out the 1st one which states what these bars are mostly made of!
If you are a serious athlete and don't get what I mean, read Brendan Brazier's book, "Thrive: The Vegan Nutrition Guide to
Optimal Performance in Sports and Life". The Thrive diet is awesome!!!!
I own and use a lot of Patagonia gear. Had the 1st garment they ever made, the tan fleece jacket from Chouinard Equip. And I really love all this gear - the Das Parka is the best jacket I've ever owned!!!...but the Rain Shadow jacket...well, its an okay jacket but it does NOT breathe...this jacket sucks big time if you expect to stay dry. Its the equivalent of those yellow rubber rain jackets. Does NOT breathe. On the other hand, its the jacket I use for bike commuting to the office. I just wouldn't use it in the mountains where my life could depend in needing to stay dry.. It has a nice cut and is functional, but there's water all on the inside of it everytime I wear it if its raining out.