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5 5

The Marmot Mountain Down Jacket was a staple for my recent sailing trip across the Denmark Strait, and quickly became a heavily traded item amongst team members when we switched watches. It is so warm that it seriously saved us from freezing on deck in the sub-Artctic temps. The wind-proofing kept us safe from the Catabatic winds, and the hood was large enough to fit over my hat(s) and helmet when I needed it.

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This is one of the longer jacket styles that Marmot is making for the 2015 season and the fit is awesome! I love the two tone color and the fact that this jacket covers my hips and my butt. I no longer have to worry about raising my arms and showing my belly button to the elements. The collar is also high with a little extra room and fleecy interior to ensure that my chin doesn't chaff.

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The Marmot Spire has been my go-to since they came out - so much so that I now have them in orange, yellow, green and crimson. It's totally normal to buy what you like in all the available colors right?

The material and weight of these pants is perfect for layering up for a cold day on the skin track or keeping the layers light in the spring. Plus the full zip pants means that I can quickly change my layering system on the skin track. If you're looking for a well-made, Gore-tex pant I highly recommend the Marmot Spire!

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These have been my go-to touring poles for the last two seasons. They are super light weight, and the baskets are perfect on those deeper days. My favorite component to these poles though is the expended grip down the shaft of the pole that allows me to easily change my hand position on the skin track without constantly changing the height of my poles. These poles also come with an inclinometer so I can check the slope angle quickly.

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I didn't expect this mat to be as lightweight or comfortable as it is. It is definitely the best mat I've ever used and helps me stick to my practice; especially since it is so easy to pack in my carry on1

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5 5

I have used this box in snow, rain, and wind. I've loaded it up until I thought I wouldn't be able to close it and it has never let me me down. It fits easily to round, flat, and factory bars, which has allowed me to keep it after I switched to a smaller vehicle. It not only keeps my snowy gear out of my car all winter long, but is also great storage for extra I need to stay dry during a summer rain storm.

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I've been running and crossfitting in this shoe and have loved wearing them! They are comfy, lightweight, and give my feet adequate support for a minimalist shoe. I would, however, disagree with the previous commenter about size; I ordered my normal shoe size (7.5) and will be ordering a size 7 next time! My only problem with the shoe is it's durability, the rubber that curls around the toe box of the shoe started to pull away after only wearing the shoes around 3 times.

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5 5

The Minimalist jacket has rapidly become my go-to rain jacket/wind breaker this summer. The Gore-tex paclite material means that it is insanely light (even my ounce-obsessed mum was impressed with the weight) but it's also top-notch when it comes to water resistance. I had the pleasure of putting it through the wringer during tropical rain storms sailing this past spring and it stood up to every test the ocean could throw at me!

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