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Leadville Jacket

rated 4 of 5 stars I haven't worn this out in the mountains yet, so this will be on fit and feel. I'm not familiar with soft shell jackets but I wanted one for the three seasons, wind and light rain. I weigh 160lbs. 5'10" jacket size: Medium I like the fit, the arms are long enough so if I'm stretching for that next hold while climbing my jacket sleeves don't ride up my arm and the torso length of the jacket covers the iliac crest. Full review

Ultra Kompressor

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great daypack that will not disappoint you on the trail. I would highly recommend this pack if you are looking at a daypack in the 18-22 liter size. It easily compares to the comfort of a multi-day pack. This is a great small pack with big pack features. The way the back is designed and tapers to your lower back forces the weight of the pack onto your lower back where it is more comfortable. A 3-liter water bladder will fit in this pack. The only nitpick I have is the hook inside the pack… Full review

Boreas 3P

rated 3 of 5 stars Unfortunately this tent did not live up to my expectations. The tent size is perfect. I am 6'4" and it works well with two people and the access with dual entry is fantastic. But the quality of the seamed seals in the fly have deteriorated after only two years. And it has only been outdoors twice. Easy to set up. Very stabile. Leaked badly with the deteriorating vestibule seams. Good ventilation. Great size for bigger person. Full review

Aspen 35

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great bag for a couple days if you carry under 25 pounds. I've used it in all seasons and had no problems. Added plus, makes a great carry-on for travel. Bought this pack originally for a carry-on to pack all the kids' stuff. It worked great for that, books, coats and small enough that it fit in overhead when we traveled. I didn't think of it for backpacking until my kids got older and I could just pack my gear. Fits my hammock, under-quilt, and sleeping bag just fine and, depending on how many… Full review

Ama Dablam Jacket

rated 1 of 5 stars This coat is not very warm at all as there is hardly any insulation in it. Most of the reviews seem way off to me. People who say they are comfortable around 0 degrees are nuts. The jacket is paper thin. I can use it around 35 degrees and up.  I bought it to replace a torn up North Face Nuptse down jacket, which was a good combo of warm and light.  Unfortunately this Marmot jacket isn't warm enough to replace the North Face. I guess I'll just use it in the fall. Full review

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