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Brady Callahan

Brady Callahan

North East Kingdom of VT (college), and North West CT (home).

Brady Callahan's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowshoeing
Climbing

Brady Callahan

Brady Callahanwrote a question about on July 7, 2012

Is it recommended to go with a bag that has a zipper to match your dominant hand? I would imagine if I'm right handed it would be easier to use a zipper that is on the left. I have never purchased a bag nice enough that had the option before. What does everyone think?

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Brady Callahanwrote a review of on May 19, 2012

5 5

I bought these as my first quick draws, and they work great. I don't think weight matters enough considering you can get these for $9 when they go on sale. I think they clip loud and great. I have never had a problem with the key lock on the wire gate getting stuck on anything. So to me, these are the best bang for you buck on the market.

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Brady Callahanwrote a question about on March 14, 2012

Planning on building a small bouldering wall in my basement this summer. Trying to decide how big i want the wall and which pack of holds i should buy. What is a good number for holds per square foot? I was thinking about 1 hold per sq ft. So thats would be a 30 pack per sheet of ply wood. Is this accurate? What do you guys think?

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Brady Callahanwrote a review of on December 14, 2011

5 5

This shoe was great, I've just gotten into rock climbing but am excelling quickly. This shoe can handle a lot. It stretched ALOT, Like 1 1/2 sizes. But if you buy big then there shouldn't be a problem. My shoe did have a problem with it early on, but it was a manufacturing mistake with that shoe individually. am in the process of sending it back now. Don't know how ill have to wait for it to get back to climb.

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Brady Callahanwrote a review of on December 14, 2011

4 5

First off all i have to say is that for $40 this is an okay deal. Its super light, and works great for really cold weather camping. You can put it under a main pad to give you more of boost up from the ground. But its not that comfortable, only has a R-Factor of 2.2 and is big compared to some of the pads that are now out. In the end for the price I think its a good product.

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