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Forged Friends (Manufacturer link) popular Average Rating = 3.95/5 Average Rating : 3.95/5

In: Gear: Essential Equipment: Protection: Active

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: enjoimx, 2005-03-17

I love these things. They feel really bomber when placed, although your finger slips off the end if your not careful. Edge loading is a non-issue for a majority of placements, thus these things make a really great valued cam.

Bandit Climbing Shoe (Manufacturer link) popular Average Rating = 4.65/5 Average Rating : 4.65/5

In: Gear: Shoes: Climbing Shoes: Lace Up

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: enjoimx, 2005-01-02

Wow. These shoes are exceellent for trad climbing. A huge improvement over my old Boreal Equinox shoes. The rubber on these feels soo much more precise. After two days of J-tree cracks, I can say the following: edging is great, smearing is great, and they perform well in cracks. These make me an awesome second pair of shoes!

Climbing DVD - Masters Of Stone 5 Average Rating = 4.73/5 Average Rating : 4.73/5

In: Gear: Media: Videos and DVDs: Climbing

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: enjoimx, 2004-12-28

If you own one climbing video only, this should be the one. Watching Dean Potter free solo pitches on El Cap is quite amazing. My favorite section is the highlining, oh and Dan Osman's free-solo dyno.

Hubba HP Tent 1-Person 3-Season (Manufacturer link) Average Rating = 4.33/5 Average Rating : 4.33/5

In: Gear: Hiking and Camping: Tents: 3 Season Tents

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: enjoimx, 2004-10-01

There are two things I like about this tent more than other tents in its class. Its freestanding, and its got plenty of headroom. Its really fast and easy to set up. The hub design on the poles allows the poles to be broken down really small. The rainfly is really lightweight and the vesituble size just right to fit my backpack and shoes. Also, the mesh body creates nice ventilation/low condensation. And hey, its only 3 lbs!

Zephur (Manufacturer link) Average Rating = 5.00/5 Average Rating : 5.00/5

In: Gear: Archive

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: enjoimx, 2004-08-23

I wanted the dri-clime windshirt but was unwilling to pay 100 bucks for it. Luckily, I found this at my local shop for half off on sale. This jacket is lighter than Marmot's Driclime. So far, its been awesome for riding my bike around town. It breathes really well, and wicks moisture really well. It also blocks the wind exceptionally. I got the version without the pockets, although i dont know if they still make this version. Good wind-shirt type jacket!

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