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Sorel Tofino II - How well do they perform in the cold?

My normal "winter" boot is just a Keen waterproof hiking boot with lightweight wool socks (the kind you can wear hiking in the summer or winter). Over the past 3 or so years using them, I have had probably less than 5 instances that I can remember having cold feet while out snow-shoeing or doing other winter activities. That said, I have a chance for a pair of Sorel Tofinos II's at a pretty good discount. However, some reviews have left me skeptical of their warmth rating. Conside...


Patagonia down jacket lost its fluff

I used a washing kit to clean my jacket and I dried it with the little plastic static balls that come with the kit. It worked great except for I noticed on my bike commute into work this morning that one of the sleeves had lost its fluff. I was thinking about throwing it back in the dryer on a low temp with the static balls when I got home to see if it could re-fluff itself but I was wondering if anyone here had any ideas for things to try before I did that. Any ideas submitted by ...


Winter jacket for walking commute

I'm looking for a winter jacket that will keep me warm as I walk to school on a daily basis in Southern Ontario. I was thinking of getting some kind of pullover fleece to layer with a hard shell jacket. Would this keep me warm compared to something like an insulated jacket I'm having a hard time finding comparisons between the two. submitted by /u/PurpleGatsby [link] [comments]...


Adding a second specific sleeping bag to my sleeping bag.

Hi everyone, I've got a duck-feather stuffed sleeping bag, which I like for the price I paid it. It says it goes down to 7'C during extreme condition. Last week-end I went camping and outside it was as low as 2 or 3'C. So I had to put every clothes I had, including a full merino pant and long-sleeve t-shirt, a jogging, a ski t-shirt, a fleece, technic socks and my stuffed coat (not really hot). It was hardly enough. ​ I don't want to buy a second sleeping bag. Instead, I ...


Black Diamond Jackets

Hi everybody, So I'm new here but I was looking on advice for purchasing a jacket for the winter. I am from Nebraska so it gets pretty cold in the winters and I am also looking to use this jacket mostly for day to day wear but with the potential for skiing and hiking as well. I have some layers to work with under, but I am looking for something that would work as an exterior layer mostly. I am not super concerned with having a waterproof jacket but something that can handle some adverse weat...


Is there any of you guys include Smart Watch on your OutdoorGear Essentials?

Whats up, ​ Is there any of you guys include Smart Watch on your OutdoorGear Essentials Why do think it's a necessary and why not ​ Welcome to share your thoughts! submitted by /u/Cami611 [link] [comments]...


SKU-8966listu13zz-line-skis Line Stepup Skis from Altrec  sku

Line Stepup Skis - 8966listu13zz-line-skis by Line

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Line - If you want a narrow, firm flexing park ski for high-end freestyle shredding, the Line Stepup Skis are your weapon of choice. They feature an ultra-fast Race Base, guaranteeing plenty of speed to clear even the biggest gaps. A revolutionary construction combines a bombproof Skatedeck with a smooth flexing, solid sidewall feel. This makes the Stepup one of the firmest symmetrical skis available with insane pop and durability that can still press out butters all day. If you are all about speed and amplitude, get ready to step up to the next level of freestyle performance.Key Features of the Line Stepup Skis: Deckwall Fatty Race Base and Edge Symmetric Fivecut Maple Macroblock Symmetric flex Shape mm: 113-86-113 Profile mm: 0-4-0 (Tip Early Rise/ Camber/ Tail Early Rise Sidecut m: 19.3 Stance mm: 0 (centered Tip/ Tail mm: 52/ 52... Learn More

Manufacturer: Line

Keywords: Skis

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$296.95

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