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4 5

I've had these shoes for about 4 months now and they have been all over Utah, from Bear Lake to Guardsmans Pass to Moab, they have handled everything I have thrown at them.

I'm most impressed with the durability of the Marshall, as I've "put these through the wringer" and honestly haven't even noticed a scuff on the shoe yet. I also like how quick they dry, as I have used them on some impromptu swims here in the Wasatch!

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5 5

The Sanuk Baseline is my go-to summer shoe for a few reasons. For example, they are super light weight, they are easy to slip on and off, and they are quite durable given there minimalist construction. This is my second pair of Sanuks and my first lasted nearly 4 years, so I'm stoked for these!

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4 5

Overall, I like these shoes. Great styling and they seem to be holding up well to normal use. I'd rather not have the suede on the toe as it is a bit harder to keep clean, but it's not a deal breaker and looks pretty classy anyways!

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4 5

I've been wearing this for 2 seasons now, and while I will be retiring it after this month, it has been great to me!

I use the Fornix without the earpiece's, which unfortunately means that I cant use the twisting dial that either tightens or loosens the inner liner, as it is connected to the earpieces. Bummer, but it still offers a great fit for me.

I have used this helmet with many different goggles, but mostly the Smith I/OS, which creates a great fit and does not leave you with a dreaded "Gaper Gap". It also seems to work well with Oakley Splice's.

I've put this thing through the wringer (and plenty of trees) and my brain is still in my head so, there ya go!

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5 5

After using this bag extensively this season, in Utah and Montana, I can definitely say its one of my favorite pieces of gear. I initially bought the larger 32L bag, but due to the fit, I had to return it. Many people told me that 22L is not big enough for a ski touring pack, but I think it is the perfect size.

On a normal day, I will carry an extra pair of gloves, snacks, a beanie/balaclava, gopro and accessories, ski straps, small first aid kit and knife, and perhaps an extra layer, depending on the weather. This list is of course, on top of the shovel and probe that I always carry. My Black Diamond Deploy 3 shovel fits well in this pack, along with my probe that folds down to 1 ft. 4 in.

Some features I love about this bag are the hip belt pouch (its great for snacks or light gloves) and the helmet holder that clips on the pack. ALTHOUGH, you can't carry your skis and use the helmet carrier at the same time, which is definitely not cool and something that the larger 32L bag does not have to deal with, as the design is different.

As for the actual airbag component of this pack, I havent had to use it yet, and have only deployed the bag once as a test. Everything worked great and setting up/taking apart the system is easy and intuitive.

Overall, for day trips in the backcountry, I think this bag is an essential piece of gear!

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