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Trevor N.

Trevor N.

Eastern kentucky

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wild land fire fighter, trad climbing and backpacking

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Trevor N.wrote a review of on October 14, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great shoes for slab. Careful with sizing though. I bought these in my street size and my toes get pretty scrunched, I do have Morton's toe so that could be my issue. I am in search of a new shoe for crack climbing because I've been climbing in these since Feb 2015 and i can't go through another season of crack with these. But they will stay in my quiver for slab and vert. They really shine on technical slab. I've found myself standing on some pretty tiny stuff with confidence.

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Trevor N.wrote a review of on April 16, 2016

5 5

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

First of all they look and feel so good. I have some of the blue 10 inch and some of the orange shoulder lengths (24in). The colors are bright. And the dyneema Is slick and thick! I have some thinner dyneema/dynex slings but I always end up grabbing these first. The 10 inch size is great I paired them with some Madrock ultra light wire gates. And I don't even have to triple string them which makes it just as convenient as a sport draw but just the right size for pieces that just need a little extension. And the shoulder lengths are around the same length when triple strung so it's nice to have a few of those for things that need a little extra extension

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Trevor N.wrote a question about on December 12, 2015

Ok so I recently bought the patagonia hooded down sweater and am looking for a softshell to throw on over it for extra wind and water protection...Im mostly wanting it if it gets a little too cold in my down jacket alone or If I run into some light rain or flurries...also to climb in as a standalone without my down jacket on. And I think I'm torn between this and the patagonia levitation hoody

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Trevor N.wrote a review of on December 8, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 190 lbs
Size Purchased: Large

Just got it in last week. But ive had it outside at night in the lower 30's and it just feels like I'm wearing little clouds of warm air. I'm super stoked on the warmth to weight ratio! Seems to be pretty wind resistant from what I can tell. I haven't really got to test that out yet. I'm 6'2 and 195 pounds and the large is perfect, I can layer if I want to but it's still trim enough to look snazzy! Also I must say. I'm tall and have issues with length most of the time but with the longer length on this jacket and the draw cord at the hem i I don't have an issue with it riding up and exposing my bare skin to the cold weather, which is nice!

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Trevor N.wrote a review of on May 3, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 190 lbs
Size Purchased: 11

i just ordered this boot in February and i can honestly say that I've put it through the wringer. first thing we were planting trees for a food plot on an old abandoned strip mine here in kentucky and that was the muddiest rockiest terrain I've ever been on. and after that i started a job for the forestry dept doing wild land fire fighting, and if you've ever visited eastern kentucky you know that our hills are extremely steep and despite all of this the boot has held up really well. i may need to apply some shoe goo because the sole has kind of separated from the leather in some spots but it doesn't really affect the boots performance and honestly I'm surprised that it isn't worse after what I've put it through...after applying some shoe goo and cleaning and polishing it up i expect it to look as good as new and ready to get me out to the crags at the red river gorge. i suppose i should mention that it's extremely comfortable and has plenty of style to spare, what more could you ask for?

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Trevor N.wrote a review of on May 3, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

just ordered this thing because ive been looking to order a sleeping pad for awhile and i was being rather picky because ill be living on it for most of the year so i wanted something that was self inflating but also light and packs small and nothing seemed to fit that criteria. and bam! the day before i was going to make my purchase this showed up in the search list! BC has a great deal on it I'm assuming because of the large inventory due to it being a new item and back country is the only place that has this pad listed so far....so I'm pretty excited to be one of the first people to test it out, I'm heading to the new river gorge and the red river gorge for the rest of spring and summer and ill be sure to come back and leave a review for everyone once I've put it to use

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Trevor N.posted an image about on February 27, 2015

Great deal!

For the longest time i was eyeing the madrock concordes because of price and overall quality, but when i finally had enough money they were sold out...none the less i found these and honestly im stoked becuase not only do these feel even better and look better in general, but the carbiners are larger than the madrocks which is a plus for me. At ten dollars a quick draw you really cant beat em!

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