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Mid-layer jack-of-all-trades jacket (Nano Air, First Light, etc) advice?

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Stop me from pulling trigger on L.L. Bean Packaway Hoody

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I would like to know about Western Mountaineering Ion Parka

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SKU-8964savotcr12zz-sapient-skis Sapient Voltage TT1 Camrock Skis from Altrec  sku

Sapient Voltage TT1 Camrock Skis - 8964savotcr12zz-sapient-skis by Sapient

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Sapient - The Sapient Voltage TT1 Ski performs as well in the park as they do outside of it. Whether you are new to the sport or a seasoned veteran these skis can handle everything the mountain has to offer. With a wood core and camrock technology these skis are soft and forgiving, but still offer the power and pop that aggressive skiers demand.Key Features of the Sapient Voltage TT1 Camrock Skis: Cap construction Wood core German made steel edges Full wrapped metal edges Directional Taper CamRock Rocker Length (cm : 164, 170, 176 Effective Edge (cm : 140 (164 , 146 (170 , 152 (176 Running Length (cm : 109 (164 , 114 (170 , 120 (176 Tip/ Tail Width (cm : 118/ 110 (164 , 119/ 111 (170 , 120/ 112 (176 Waist Width (cm : 8.6 (164 , 8.7 (170 , 8.8 (176 Sidecut (m : 19.5 (164 , 20.1 (170 , 21.5 (176 Setback (cm : 5 (164 , 6 (170 , 7 (176... Learn More

Manufacturer: Sapient

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