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Jason Blagman

Jason Blagman

Salt Lake City, UT

Jason Blagman's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Yoga
Fly Fishing
Climbing
Snowshoeing
Paddling
Snowboarding

Jason Blagman's Bio

I am originally from Houston, TX but have backpacked around the country over the past decade and traveled out of country as well. I am a skilled survivalist backpacker as well as an exceptional kayaker.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on June 26, 2016

5 5

Compared to the oldschool options these are incredible and for the price for them to also come with a lifetime warranty. You can't go wrong with these straps. Even if you arent Using them with the Kammok Roo as most people do they are just as useful and functional with any hammock on the market.
See below instructional video on using the python straps with your hammock

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on June 26, 2016

5 5

That is literally all that needs to be said about this product and it comes with a lifetime guarantee. I have added a video URL link to show how to set up the kammok as I have seen quite a few questions in regards to the best way to do so. Enjoy your Kammok Roo and enjoy life.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on June 26, 2016

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

However this hat was not what I was expecting...
The brim on the hat is 100 percent flexible and rather flimsy so don't expect to be getting a baseball cap brim. The way the back flap is concealed is a single little snap on the back that is kind of a pain to get to snap properly. Once again I love Arcteryx and if you are looking for a hat that you can ball up entirely or shove into a pocket this is definitely for you.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on April 15, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

As a starter note, DO NOT FORGET TO FOLLOW THE INITIAL INSTRUCTIONS. Before using, uncap and let it stand up in a tall glass of water for one minute. That allows the water to seep into the membrane. Take 5 quick strong sucks and the water will flow up through the mouthpiece. It has a 1,000 liter life span and at the end of the 1,000 liters the water flow will simply stop as the hollow fiber member will be clogged with debris. This is not intended as a 100 percent system. Id recommenced this as a backup system in case your main one fails. I use a MSR pump filter and a steripen as my main filtration setup. I will definitely be carrying this as my backup though due to its incredible small and easily pack-able size.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on March 18, 2016

I love arcteryx
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size

They can't seem to make a bad product... Worth every penny for the warranty alone but the quality is just un-real.
The liners are machine washable and can be used as socks... at least I use them as socks. (Its a little strange wearing socks under them in my opinion since the liners can be machine washed) Laces are even of a better quality then your typical hiking boot. 100 percent water proof and yet still breathable. The outer shoe is goretex as is the liner.
As a side note for those of you like me with slightly wide feet they can be worn but they will bulge a little. These are made for a narrow or "D" width foot. I usually get an "E" and they bulge a little. "EE" or wider these wont work for you Im afraid.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 14, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: Runs large
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 215 lbs
Size Purchased: large

I know at first glance the price is a bit daunting but your not just investing in a jacket. Youre investing in the last winter jacket you'll ever need to buy.... EVER. Arcteryx has an amazing return policy that is for the most part anything and everything is covered up to and in some cases including fire damage. They will fix or replace anything for the life of the garmet. So where as most jackets are a one year or "limited" warranty and you end up having to buy new jackets every few years. It adds up to a lot more then this one time investment over a lifetime. The inside of this jacket is warm and feels amazing, the exterior is 3 layer gortex but it isn't crinkly and noisy like most gortex is. The hood is helmet compatible which is awesome.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 14, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this tent last month and I've set it up once and used it once. (PICTURES TO COME LATER) I am used to light weight backpacking tents where you have to put the bag in first and crawl into it backwards. This thing has sooooo much space compared to my tiny Kelty backpacker. I feel like 3 people could easily fit into this tent and there's a lot of head room. The gear loft that comes with it is really nice feature for your alarm and phone. The footprint is an exact match size and approx a 70.00 dollar value. Over all on first use this tent is a screaming deal, unless like me you're a long haul backpacker and weight is a big issue. Ill probably use this for weekends in the spring when I go mudding with friends.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 14, 2015

Amazing product in a small package
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

At approx 3inch x 2inches and about half an inch thick This guy can recharge a whole cell phone and the solar on the back is water resistant which comes in handy when your looking at taking it to the slopes of out in the rain. In the most clouded days it still gets a charge. An amazing product to say the least

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 9, 2015

Just got these, can't wait for the snow
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These are amazing goggles. I got them today and I tried them on and the range of vision and the clairity are phenomenal. I was hesitant at first because of the price point but I can tell you these are worth every penny. I can wait for the snow to hit so I can put them to the real tests

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 9, 2015

Initial review
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just got this knife and I have some initial observations about it.

If you aren't planing on wearing it upside down don't get this knife. The flint starter isn't really secured in there and it sits upside down so it falls out easy. The blade isn't as sharp as I was hoping for which isnt that terrible as I can sharpen it my self however thats not the point. The handle is Strong yet plastic. Im not a huge fun much like holding a glock...Its effective but you feel like you'll break it in 2 seconds and like your playing with a toy. For the price point its an amazing knife, just don't go for it if you're looking for a true survivalist knife cause this knife isn't built tough enough.

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Jason Blagmanwrote a review of on November 9, 2015

This thing is awsome
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I wanted to review this one because when I bought it there weren't any really good pics of the inside and showing size. This isn't a small case. GO PRO makes 3 sizes and this is the biggest. It is extremely well padded and the walls are removable and customizable to fit your needs. The downsize is that its alot of size so youll need a fairly large pack if you're planning on taking this kit with you to the slopes

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