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TRICIA's Passions

Backpacking
Camping
Mountain Biking
Trail Running
Road Cycling
Snowshoeing
Sport Climbing

TRICIA's Bio

I'm a kansas native that moved to utah for outdoor recreation. If it exists then I've either tried it or I'm in the process of getting out there and doing it!!

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trish dish wrote a review of on October 28, 2009

4 5

Bought this for my husband to replace his which was WELL worn. Ordered the same size he's been wearing for years and I had to send back. The leg loop sizing must be a bit smaller. Got the size larger. His only complaint has been that they changed around which direction you do the waistband. Its on the left (??) side now which is foreign to him. He'll adjust and be fine though (:

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trish dish wrote a review of on January 30, 2009

4 5

These are great for easy on and easy off on the crag. I run in them occasionally and I seem to want to tighten about halfway thru sometimes? Think maybe my feet have just shifted in the shoe. I wear them all the time and wish they were a bit thicker. Guess they probably vent great, but that doesn't help a person like me that just walks out to the mailbox. Sure a little snow creaps in thru the material but I like them better than my big winter boots! As far as sizing I bought a 10 and usually wear a women's 9.5

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trish dish wrote a review of on January 30, 2009

5 5

I really love this bag. I have boots, helmet, goggles, gloves, mittens, balaclava, hand warmers, beef jerky, gatorade, and several other random things in this bag! I can fit my coat too which is really nice. I no longer look like the stumbling girl that can't keep all her s**t in one place. I probably get an extra run in each time as I get out the door that much faster (:

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trish dish wrote an answer about on November 21, 2008

You might really like the k2 lotta luv ski. I have a rossi ski (b3) from a few years ago and these are quite similar in performance. Of course the rossi b83 which is the newer of my ski is another fav out here in utah. I ride every part of the mtn with these skis!! I did upgrade to the k2 phat luvs for our really big "dump" days...

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trish dish wrote a review of on May 27, 2008

5 5

Got these off this site and couldn't help but use them this past month here in utah. Luckily we had a day with 15 inches at snowbird. I had so much fun with these that my boyfriend even wanted to take them for a few turns. I quickly stole them back! I do agree that once mounted they are a bit heavy. I put a beefy rossi binding though that could din to 12 in case a future user might need it--also had wide brakes. I thought they also did pretty well on a few of the groomed spots esp since they have great new edges. Really bumpy, choppy was the only place they didn't provide me with a huge grin.

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