Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50
Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collett

, Gearhead

Salt Lake City, UT

Jeremy Collett's Passions

Fly Fishing
Biking
Snowboarding
Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Running
Climbing

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on November 7, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These gloves keep your hands warm on those brisk days so you can keep riding when everyone else stays home. They're insulated on the top of your hands, and knuckles, and the dual layer palm provides plenty of grip. Do your hands a favor and get some of these before you head out on the cold trail again.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 24, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Works with the Behemoth reel so you can always have an extra sink/float line ready to go. This reel has the best drag in it's class and feels like a much more expensive reel. My only complaint is that it's cast-molded, meaning it's not quite as durable as a machined aluminum reel, and probably won't hold up as long.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 24, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

A quick drying towel offered in a variety of sizes to suit your needs. The microfiber suede material feels nice on your skin, and doesn't pick up all kinds of small debris like many other microfiber towels often do. I liked this towel so much I just got one for a friend heading the the Brittish Virgin Islands for a sailing trip!

(0)

 

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 24, 2018

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Pros:
22oz is plenty of water for most shorter trail rides.
Locks into almost any cage and stays put through rough terrain.
Sweet graphic.

Cons:
Valve can be hard to open.
White color is impossible to keep looking clean.

Bottom line:
For less than $10 this bottle compares to just about any bottle out there, and will get the job done until it inevitably gets left at the trailhead or in the blackhole of your buddy's truck.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 24, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is an awesome fork for trail riding here in UT! It has great small bump sensitivity, but still has plenty of travel for charging almost any trail. At 135lbs, this fork is plenty stiff for me, while being significantly lighter than it's bigger brother, the Float 36. The 3-position Fit4 system allows easy transition from firm, medium, and open modes, although I usually run mine in "open" at all times. Overall, this is awesome fork for the hard charging trail rider who want's to get the most for their money.

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 24, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Best front tire hands down! Most of my riding is done in Utah where the trails are typically loose and dry. I've run the 2.3in and 2.5in (both 3C Maxx Terra) versions of this tire and the 2.5in comes out on top in terms of stability, grip, and the ability to run slightly lower tire pressures. The tread pattern combined with the 3C MAXX Terra provides exceptional grip, yet doesn't wear as quick as some of the softer rubber compounds. In my opinion this is the best front tire on the market and I can't recommend it enough!

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

Jeremy Collett

Jeremy Collettwrote a review of on October 20, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The 65 L size is great for all the essentials on a river trip, and the roll top closure ensures your stuff stays dry even if it ends up taking a swim! Like all NRS products the quality is unmatched and they stand behind their products in the unlikely scenario that your gear fails on you. Overall I'm very satisfied with this pack and would definitely recommend!

(0)

 

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments

0 Comments