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TheWulff

TheWulffwrote a review of on September 7, 2018

1 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs large

light double boots. thats pretty much the only positive to these high altitude over priced boots. after a complete ice climbing season in south central ak, and the central alaska range. i am utterly disappointed. especially the time i was 6 miles out on a approach and stepped in over the top of the toe box deep water. 3-4"inches and felt the water literally pore into the boot before the climb. that was after spending weeks trying to get the heel lift manageable to actually climb ice. rubber rand starting peeling off one month into owning them. after owning the spantiks this feel like a step backward. yes they have boa, they also have a nice pinch point right at the top of the foot. save your time and money and don't even bother looking at this boots as a possibility. stick with the spantiks or get the phantom 6000, thats what i will be trying.

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TheWulffwrote a review of on December 8, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

was skeptical about these screws but they are extremely handy for steep, hard ice when getting them to bite while your arms are screaming. the longer length of the handle for leverage is nice too compared to competitors. pricey item but definitely worth it. plus everyone will think you know what you're doing.

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TheWulffwrote a review of on November 25, 2014

5 5

These are the best bibs I may ever wear in my life time, if you're tired of little to no ventilation, uncomfortable straps, poor waterproofing and sh***y fit. The search is over. Split boarding is so comfy in every aspect with these. no bunching up with your stride as you skin. the side zips are crucial for swass. 5 neat pockets, Couldn't be happier, worth every penny for a solid investment. I will recommend these to anyone that gets up to get down in the backcountry.

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