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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 07:26:25 PM mt

Can't get enough of These



I am in love with the Buffs. I have had several and absolutely love them. They are lightweight yet warm, and good for any condition on the mountain!

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 07:26:25 PM mt

Favorite Socks



This is my third pair of these and I don't think I will ever go back. They are warm and comfortable while still remaining lightweight. They are also darn tough as I have put in 100\+ days this season and haven't noticed any breakdowns in the sock.

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 07:26:24 PM mt

Straps straps straps



This bralette is so cute! I wouldn't recommend them for ladies who have a larger chest. There is very little support in this top. I also wouldn't recommend working out in this. But it looks great with an open back tank top and is very comfortable to relax in. The reason I docked two stars is for the lack of support. I feel like I need to adjust it multiple times a day because it doesn't stay put too well.

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:51 PM mt

AWESOME



I am in love with the Buffs. I have had several and absolutely love them. They are lightweight yet warm, and good for any condition on the mountain!

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:50 PM mt

Great as a base layer.



Great as a base layer.

I'm using these fleece pants as a base layer. 9 degree mornings at the ski resort demand warmth and mobility. WhenI finish my shift a lot days I run down the lift line.

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:50 PM mt

Comfy



SO comfortable! Not very supportive, so not great to work out in. However, it is awesome for everything else. Super cute back too.

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:49 PM mt

Marmot Trestles 30 Degree Mummy Sleeping



Completing my Spare/Rental system, I needed a good sleeping bag, but the bag had to meet a few requirements. had to have a rating of 30 degrees or lower had to be manufactured by a company I trust internet reviews of 3.5 or higher made of all synthetic meteirls including insulation I think I found it on backcountry.com I have ordered it and I'm waiting for delivery so I can test it in the 30-39 degree mountain air!

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:49 PM mt

Salomon Quest Prime GTX The Perfect Day



Salomon Quest Prime GTX, The Perfect Day

'm always in the process of researching and/or evaluating new gear. Because of that process I think I have found my new day hiking boot. Being a Salomon owner of the 3 pairs of the now phased out Comet 3D GTX and now the owner of the Quest 4D GTX as my main backpacking boot. I'm looking for my new day hiking boot. Over the last 6 years besides Salomon's I have worn Merrell's the Moab Ventilator & the Chameleon Shift Mids. As for me the Merrell boots seem to be best used as a urban boot. That bad weather shoe for the urban trekker. They just don't have what it take to make it in the wild. So the Salomon Quest Prime GTX, will be my next perchase for foot wear. I'm loving my Quest 4D GTX as my backpacking boot, and I think the Quest Prime GTX can take the role as the day hiker. theblackpack3r.com

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:49 PM mt

Osprey Talon 44 The Light Weight.....



Osprey Talon 44, The Light Weight.....

The perfect lightweight backpack for the one to two night trek. I recently got this pack on a steal of a deal off eBay. I wanted a lighter overnight pack for my current gear. My (now sold, and replaced with a Kestrel 48 Liter) REI Crestrail 70 liter was too big to use as a overnighter pack. I saw this on eBay, watched it, and when the auction got close to ending I took a chance, I placed a bid and won. So 3 days later it was in my hands, and when I received this slightly used pack, I immediately gave it a bath and in three more days it was out on the trail. First, I assumed I would have to downsize what I carried. Going from a 70 liter to a 44 liter, you would have to downsize. What surprised me the most was with some ingenuity I was able to get all the same gear from my 70 liter into this 44 liter. After loading up the the pack, and the car I took a day trip with it to Hidden Rocks. It held up nicely and was extremely comfortable. I took it thru it's paces and after 5 miles of hiking. The Talon 44 passed with flying colors. Now That I own two Ospreys, I'm a big fan, and as I'm looking to add a third pack, my pack of choice is the Osprey. www.theblackpack3r.com

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Thursday March 16, 2017 @ 03:19:48 PM mt

Top notch tech shell.



I recently wore this jacket for the first time in the Northeast storm "Stella" at one of the local ski resorts. There was a foot of fresh powder and temperatures were in the low teens. The powder skirt came in handy as well as the cross-flow (pit) vents. I am 6' 1" and 195 lbs with an athletic build. I bought Lemongrass color in size large. The jacket is a relaxed fit, but is exactly what I was looking for in terms of a jacket that I could layer. A couple nice features about the jacket are the in jacket RFID pass holder, goggle cloth, and polyester lining. I would recommend and the Lemongrass color helps stand out in a crowd.

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