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Justin Barrell

Justin Barrell


Salt Lake City, UT

Justin Barrell's Passions

Hiking & Camping

Justin Barrell's Bio

I grew up in Vermont and New Hampshire and moved to Utah to ski "da deep powdah."

I have skied everywhere in the east coast but my favorite resorts there are Stowe, Jay Peak and of course Whaleback. I am a big fan of reverse camber skis (because camber hates freedom). The reason I am such a fan is best summed when I once heard someone describe the transition as being like switching from a rigid mountain bike to a full suspension. Its just a smoother ride.

I usually can be found lounging on the tram dock at Snowbird. Once in a while I ride the tram and ski back down. But it is not that much fun and I definitely wouldn't recommend it.

Other than skiing I also enjoy rock climbing, mountain biking, camping and going to see live music.

Pink is the new black.

Neon is here to stay.


Justin Barrell

Justin Barrellwrote a review of on July 14, 2008

5 5

For years Sorel has been know as the brand to trust when it comes to warm, winter footwear. I just checked The Sorel Northern Lite Tall Boot for a customer and it is no different. The boot keeps feet warm with 200 grams of Thinsulate lining. It is fully seam sealed and waterproof. A lot of women want to know how high up on the leg these boots stand so I measured the height from the back of the heel to the top of the fur and it was just over 9 inches on all sizes. Sorel puts a temperature rating on all their boots and the Northern Lite is rated at -25 degrees Fahrenheit (-32 degrees Celsius). Sorel does put out a disclaimer that this rating is based on an average person's comfort level while being "active." Who spends much time outside when it is -25 anyways? Regardless I think most ladies will find this boot to be very warm and very fashionable anywhere from Sundance to Vail.