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Hunter

Hunter

Wasatch Mountains, Utah

Hunter's Passions

Biking
Paddling
Skiing

Hunter's Bio

I treat things with respect, yet am hard on everything.

Hunter

Hunterwrote a review of on October 26, 2010

5 5

I am 6'2" 185lbs and I got a Large in this. It seems like everything from Stoic needs to be ordered the next size up from your normal size. I have just enough room under this softshell to add an Montbell ultralight down jacket. I normally wear a Medium in most shells.
This fits sweet all around, and the hood even fits by Variant Brim well. Not as roomy a hood as some, but good enough for my melon head with a helmet.

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Hunterwrote a review of on October 7, 2010

4 5

I got this to be used for spring skiing. Like said there is no DWR to the fabric. I did a wash in soft shell waterproof, and also sprayed it down with soft shell waterproof on the outside too. It works well enough unless you are eating it a lot. I would say I am 80% satisfied with it as a soft shell type deal, but 100% satisfied if we are looking at it as the hooded non-cotton sweatshirt that it is.

The zippers in the hand-warmer pockets are awesome.

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Hunterwrote a review of on August 17, 2010

5 5

I love running Ignitors. They hook up great in everything from loose over hardpack loose. The sidewalls have held up good running these tubeless.

The downside is they only come in a 2.1. I keep an Ignitor on the back of both my singlespeed and geared bikes. I wish they made a 2.4 or even just something with a little more volume to run up front, because they make a good front tire option as well.

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Hunterwrote a review of on August 10, 2010

3 5

I bought one of these Anarchists thinking it would be the bee's knees. It didn't even have a good place to hold my Variant Brim or G10MX despite info saying it was helmet compatible.The Avalung provided good piece of mind. That was the main feature I liked. The last thing I didn't really like was how when descending with my helmet on, the pack limited my range of movement with my helmet on. No looking up, and turning my head would always result in my helmet rubbing the pack.

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Hunterwrote a review of on August 10, 2010

3 5

I have 40 or so nights in this tent. It works well most of the time, like any 3 season tent should. The all mesh upper tent body is nice to catch the summer breeze. The 2 doors are awesome!

The downside to the mesh is if the winds are blowing and its sandy where you are camping. Sand blows right under the fly and through the mesh tent body into the living area.

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