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Thanks Cole, any idea which of these would be more similar to the original liner in terms of fit? I assume the Evos would be a bit tighter around the shin and calf due to the extra padding there?
I'm looking for a pair of replacement liners for my Roxa RX Tour boots. Would these or the regular Tour Lite Pros be the closest to the stock liner in that boot?
This is the best beacon currently on the market. It's got a huge search range, a high-resolution display that tells you exactly what to do (hopefully you're well-practiced anyhow, but having the screen instruct you in case you panic is a great backup), and great processing speed. I'm not convinced by revert to send mode, so I've turned that option off for me (something you can only do on the Barryvox S and not on the regular Barryvox). I'm not a fan of Mammut's landing strip search, so I've changed that s...
The micro traxion has become a more or less mandatory piece of crevasse rescue gear. I don't *always* take it with me on a glacier (sometimes I'll plan on just using a biner and prussik for a much less efficient progress capture), but any time I think there's even a relatively small chance of a crevasse fall I'll bring it along just in case. It weighs relatively little (though the new Nano Traxion is even smaller and lighter), is very efficient, and just gives me a lot of options for a rescue. If you regula...
Best helmet I've ever used. It's comfortable, light, protective, and has a functional goggle and headlamp attachment. I use it now for both touring and resort days. In the resort I normally wear a hood or buff under it if it's cold out (the MTN helmet isn't nearly as warm as most resort specific helmets). When touring I have the option to wear a hood underneath if it's cold, wear it as is if it's a bit warmer, or take out the ear covers if it's really warm. I love having all the options! I (thankfully) ...
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