How does the fit in the men's differ from the women's?
Is size (and price) the only difference between the compact and the deluxe?
This kit is small, but it holds a ton. It doesn't take up much space in my pack, and fits in my glovebox the rest of the time. It's nice to know you've got the basics you need to take care of common injuries on the trail, the gym, or at the crag.
Superlight and stands up to the abuse of carrying it daily to eat lunch with.
The tines could be a bit longer, but it's great.
Do these contain soy or soy proteins?
I've been hooked on these since this spring--they work so much better than Peeps for keeping energy up during a week long intensive WFR course. Not to mention that they're better for you, and taste amazing!
Has anyone frozen one of these? If so, results?
Do you by chance know if they maintain that downturn better than the lace up?
Gotta love a sock with stripes. These are great to wear when the weather gets cold... they help keep my never-warm feet toasty!
I love how these socks hug your feet--unlike other ankle socks, they never feel like they're going to fall down, and they breathe!
I've had good luck with a bit of soap and water, shaking it to get all the crevices, using fairly hot water to rinse it out at the end--dries pretty fast if you prop it open. So far, everything's been mold free--and I have the tendency to leave my water bottles in my truck for long periods of time, half filled.
I got this sweater a week ago, and wore it this weekend hiking in ~25 degree desert weather (little to no humidity), and stayed super warm, even without a down vest. I love the fact that the sleeves are long enough to cover my wrists--it's rare to find a hoodie that fits this well!
My only beef is that the binding on the cuffs seems to get dirty really easily (I have the Ivory Heather), but this isn't enough to make a deal breaker! Super cozy and comfortable, well worth the money spent on it.
I've got the lace up Muiras, and I was just wondering how much more aggressive these are, compared to those...
Cool. Thanks for confirming my superstitions--i think the 37 will be better for my purposes (I prefer sport and trad over bouldering.)
If I'm looking at these as a more technical shoe, would I be better to buy the size that fits perfectly (37), or go down a half size, which I can barely get my larger foot into (36.5)? For reference, I wear a 38.5 street and a 37 in the Muiras.
I've had this pack for years now, for both fishing and as a very small daypack. It rocks. It's waterproof, so you don't have to worry about things getting wet if you happen to fall into a stream during a crossing or just while fishing. It's crazy the amount of stuff that you can cram into what seems like a small space, and it's very comfortable to wear (I use it as a lumbar pack), even when you've got it loaded with 2 L of water as well as everything else.
I bought these shoes back in March--my first pair of climbing shoes, after climbing in gym shoes for 3 months. I can't say enough good things about them. I bought them 1.5 sizes down from my street shoe size, so the initial break in period was a bit rough (read taped up toes for a while...) but once I got them broken in, they were amazing. They did stretch a little--I bought them to fit my smaller foot, and now, they are perfect (although I still recommend bringing a pair of other shoes for the belay/approach to keep your feet happy if you buy them small.) The construction allows them to mold to your feet, making for a shoe that I don't usually tie, unless I know I'm going to be using a heel hook. In the gym or outside, I can stand on stuff that my friends with their trad/not so aggressive shoes can't touch, and be comfortable there.
I can't recommend these enough. They're absolutely worth the money.