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Josh R

Josh R

, Gearhead

Layton, UT

Josh R's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Snowboarding
Snowshoeing
Biking
Fly Fishing

Josh R's Bio

Just like many I am a lover of everything that Earth has to offer. There is to much to see and so little time.

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on April 2, 2019

5 5

You don't need a fancy fly box to catch fish... but it certainly helps! I like that this has a see through front so when rummaging through fly boxes I can easily pick which one I want. The foam material used is bomber and holds the flies down really well.

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on March 11, 2019

5 5

I normally use Sport Legs but opted for these since the Sport Legs were sold out at the time. These worked great, recently did a bike packing trip (first ride of the season) and new I would need a little umph to help with soreness and cramping. Took a couple of these every few hours and managed to avoid any soreness or cramping. The capsules I do have to say are fairy large. No lingering taste or anything!

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on February 21, 2019

5 5

Takes the mystery out of skagit setup. Not as versatile but for banging cast after cast out there and not thinking about hinges in running line to main line etc., this is great. Could be the only line you ever use/need (or you get hooked on 2-handed swinging and OCD sets in and you get more rods, more complicated lines etc.,). You've been warned.

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on February 21, 2019

5 5

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

using these on Salomon MTN tech binding (which are same at Atomic tech binding). Works perfectly and the Dynafit crampon has good availability and in good size range so you can matchy-matchy as needed with your narrow, light planks or your monster powder boards.

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on February 21, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've got this and now (finally) the heavier guide table. Both have value to the car camper--this thing goes so compact and light that its not a big deal to get it nested in truck, backset, truck bed or whatever. Easy to handle and get around. Setup isn't hard--just a little effort to get things unbundled and in place. Height is low and not super sturdy so you're going to have to take some care in whatever you put it into duty for. But for getting some useable real-estate up off the ground, this thing is pretty invaluable.

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Josh R

Josh Rwrote a review of on February 21, 2019

5 5

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

I don't car camp much...so took a long time to finally take a plunge on a sizable table like this. But so glad I did. This thing is heavy but pretty compact when folded (got steel construction materials in there somewhere I think). But wow--a work surface at regular human height. And it looks to be well built, sturdy and will last many, many trips. Makes food prep, cooking, cleanup much more enjoyable.

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