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Harrison Burns

Harrison Burns

Salt Lake City

Harrison Burns's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Climbing
Skiing
Biking
Snowshoeing

Harrison Burns's Bio

Born and raised is Sonoma County California. Went to the University of California Santa Cruz where I graduated with an environmental studies degree. After that I spent some summers working at adventure camps near Grand Tetons. I decided to travel for awhile and spent a year in New Zealand living with families and backpacking. Upon my return I bounced around a bit did some road trips and then made my way to Utah to be a Wilderness Therapy Mentor. Did that for two and a half years and because of my love for it decided to go back to school to get my Masters in Social work. The goal is to become a clinical social worker and hopefully fit some travel in there as well.

Harrison Burns

Harrison Burnswrote a review of on March 5, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Makes clothes smell nice, or more specifically not like you after 3 days of skiing. It's not perfect and I don't think any wash will ever truly remove all the stank but this does one of the best jobs I've ever experienced.

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on March 5, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Alright so the boots are pretty dope. I like how stiff they are and the tread on the sole. I like the “walk” mode it has. But, I don’t like how loose the boa gets pretty quickly. Mode me, my heels lift up a bit in the boot so I think it needs some better heel gold. And then where that zipper is for the lower tightening zone makes the boot a little bulkier and the ankle strap sits a little funky sometimes. I like how light they for how bulky they are though. Overall, so far just from wearing them the past few days I like them. I just need to get a little more heel hold is the major thing

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on January 25, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The warpig slaps, it’s got a lot of board in the nose and a fat stubby tail help it to float in powder. Because of its short and wide shape it’s got a crazy surfy feel. Whips around through trees no problemo and this thing jibs like a rabbit. Best of all it rails turns on groomers.
No downsides to this board really, it’s just gonna take more effort to toss it around and stay on the damn thing.
Go with a shorter version of what your usual park board is and you won’t be disappointed

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on January 13, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs large
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 185 lbs
Size Purchased: Medium

Great shirt!  Bought one in each color.  I have received many compliments from my coworkers.  It does run large and I had to order a size down in order for it to fit well.  Overall I love these shirts and they look great in the office as well as on the town

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on January 7, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Super happy with this board! Its really easy to maneuver edge to edge and the softer flex has really helped him step up his game when getting into park riding. Its pretty light and spins easy as well. Wouldn't call it a charger by any means, but it can still hold a decent edge in icier conditions. Would recommend this board for any beginner/intermediate rider looking to progress!

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on December 17, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs large
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 150 lbs
Size Purchased: 10

These are a great solid winter boot, I use them for driveway shoveling and driving up to the resorts. I wouldn't say these are great for any extended hiking as they are quite heavy and stiff. They do run big. I went with a size 10 and I typically wear 10.5-11

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on December 6, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The ascensions being my first pair of skins, I was wary about
the cut job that I might give, so I played it safe, spent a little extra money, and went to a tech to
have them cut to my soul 7s. From what I’d heard about the ascensions, they were said to be a
highly reliable and solid pair of skins, that would get you up the mountain no problem and
provide the stick necessary. This has proven to be spot on so far. I’ve taken them out a few times
now, and each time the glue has been such that it hasn’t been a chore or labor to take them off for
the downhill, and they’ve given excellent glide and grip. Exactly what I needed!

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on December 6, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Having heard pretty great things from friends in the past about the
Soul 7s, I was excited to get myself on these skis. They’ve performed very well thus far, and
while I was slightly concerned at first about the length (188) given my height and weight (6ft
205lb), the rocker of the tip makes it such that when I am skiing groomers on the 7s, they
perform the same as a lower height ski. In crud, they’ve been effective at breaking through the
surface. In powder and deep snow, they float just as a powder ski should. Pleased with the ski
thus far and can’t wait to keep taking them out.

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on December 6, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Thus far, I’ve ridden these bindings a couple times both in
resort and a couple of times during tours. I’ve mounted them to my pair of Soul 7s, and while the
highly experienced skinner might complain about the weight of the guardians, being the
somewhat newbie that I am I’ve been happy with their performance. The transition between
touring and downhill is flawless and couldn’t be easier to operate, and in resort they perform just
as well, if not better, than traditional downhill bindings. The guardians are a great binding for
someone without a developed quiver, such as myself, who wishes to split their time between
backcountry and resort.

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Harrison Burnswrote a review of on December 6, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been riding the basic 32 tm-2 boots for a while, but this year decided to give the XLT a go. Basically the same boot, just a tad stiffer and a little bit bulkier (just a tad though. 9.5 tm-2 fits a medium binding, so does XLT. A 10 tm-2 fits a medium but the XLT in a 10 may require a large). That extra bulk is worth it though; there's a reinforced the cap that can take a beating! These being the Jeremy Jones model, have a small gaitor at the bottom of the boot. Hasn't mattered much so far but come the sloppy spring days, I think they'll help a ton in keeping my feet dry.

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