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4 5

I've been using a pair of Skullcandy earbuds for the past couple years with no complaints. Decided to give these a shot and they're a great option if you're not looking to spend a pretty penny on some decent buds. The sound is good and clean, the bass is deep and the flat cord really does help prevent these things from looking like the Griswald's Christmas lights.

I gave them 4 stars because I've run into the same issue with these as I do with most buds, they never stay in my ears. Like my eyeglasses, I'm always having to constantly re-adjust them and every time I blink they start to slide out. It wouldn't be that big of a deal but when they start to slip out you lose all the good bass that makes them stand out against any other buds. Maybe my ears canals are deformed and this dream of finding a pair of buds that won't slip out is never going to come true...

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This is a fine product, plenty of room, sits securely around your waist, and would make it extremely difficult for someone to swipe your stuff without you noticing. Where my qualms come in are when it comes to actually being "undercover."

As I said above, the wallet works great for keeping your stuff out of reach, but it's not very concealable unless you're wearing a jacket or something baggy and dark colored. I spend a lot of time traveling around 3rd world countries and sometimes I have quite a large sum of cash on my person as I'm leading groups of people around. We're already a target because we're usually the only white people around. I don't want throw another one on my back by inadvertently advertising to an assailant that I might have a large bit of money that I'm trying to hide from them. And seeing as most of the places I'm visiting are not the type where you're going to be needing a jacket, I found it hard to conceal this wallet when I tried it on at home.

Again, it's a fine product, and if you've got the ability to conceal it under baggy dark clothes or multiple layers then it will work fine. My problems are that it's hard to conceal when you don't meet the conditions above.

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5 5

I do a lot of traveling internationally staying in places that you'd never hear the end of from your girlfriend. During my travels I'm often leading a group of folks and handling lots of money to pay for group activities and such so I've been in the market for a discreet undercover wallet/pocket. My biggest concern is making sure that to onlookers, I don't appear to be carrying large sums of money on me. One of the most frustrating things to me is to see people traveling around developing countries assuming that they're not suspicious to onlookers because they have a money belt or leg wallet that keeps their stuff safe from pick-pockets and such. But what they don't realize as the bulky thing on their hip or mid thigh is completely visible to anyone who knows what they're looking for which makes you a potential target for muggings and the like.

So when I compared this with the Money Belt DLX and the Leg Wallet, this one stood out above the rest as the most concealable option. Because it hangs from your belt on your hip vertically it's a lot less noticeable when you're wearing light colored, or tighter clothing. I found that with the Money Belt it's extremely obvious that you've got something tied around your waist unless you're wearing loose or multiple layers up top. And the Leg Wallet can be uncomfortable in hotter temperatures and obvious when you sit down in a pair of shorts.

I chose the Hidden Pocket for it's concealable and inconspicuous design as well as the comfort level when traveling in hot hot developing countries.

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5 5

I've been wearing the Merrell Chameleons for the past three years and they've always done me good. My last pair I purchased were the Chameleon 4's back in May 2012 and I used them for everything. Hiking (all 4 seasons), backpacking, construction, and as casual around town shoes. They were sturdy enough to hold up to the hard stuff and comfortable enough to lounge in.

My first impressions with the 5's are that they certainly seem more rigid in the upper than I remember the 4's being out of the box. I like this. Weight seems about the same between the two, which some might find a little much at about 1.2 lbs. each. While a lighter pair of shoes is nice I feel that the added weight goes towards having a more durable sole as well as the added rigidity and protection from the nylon arch shank.

I haven't gotten to take these out and hit the trail with them yet, I'm still working on breaking them in. The only downside that I can find so far is the weight. While I can handle it and it's certainly not excessive in my opinion, some people might find that to be a turn off.

I normally go with a 10.5 or 11 depending on the shoe and while I fit in the 10.5's the 11's are a lot more comfortable.

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4 5

I'm in the need for a new pair of shoes that transition well between the hills and the office. I've been using a pair of Merrell Chameleon's for about 2 years now and they're finally starting to fall apart (there's a nice split in the side and the laces/eyelets are destroyed). So I bought these to compare against the newest Merrell Chameleon 5's.

These seem like a great pair of shoes if you're looking for a flexible shoe with some aggressive traction. I'm usually a 10.5 or 11 depending on the brand and the 10.5's were perfect for me. I wore them around for a day and it doesn't seem like there's much of a break-in period. Ultimately I decided to stick with the Merrell's and here's why.

Because I've been in the Merrell's for so long my feet have gotten used to the stiffer sole in the Chameleon's so walking around in the Mantra felt a little loosey goosey. Plus I like the added protection that the Merrell's offer with their nylon shank. Another issue I ran into is the lacing on the Mantra's tends to pull pretty tight on the top of my foot right below my ankle. I've had this problem with other shoes but the Merrell's have always fit my feet well and never caused an issue with this. So what I'm left with is either having my feet fall asleep if I sit down for more than 5 minutes or I have to wear them without the laces tightened all the way and the shoes feel like they're going to fall off all the time.

I really wanted these to work because I've never owned a pair of Vasque's but I found that they just don't suit my feet well. Otherwise, seems like a great shoe.

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5 5

When you spend a lot of time sitting in coach on an airplane, you learn quickly that the dorky things you see people carrying onto the plane with them can be well worth the loss of style points when your physical comfort is on the line. I've tried out several of these neck pillows and always found them to be too bulky to really hold my head up in those uncomfortable seats and ease the neck tension I'm prone too. Unfortunately this pillow was no exception. Still too bulky for me. However, because this one can transform into a flat pillow I've found it to be greatly helpful. The stuffing on the inside is nice and soft and the outside of the pillow feels good against your face when you're leaning against the window.

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5 5

I love these shorts! Great length and great cut. My wife says they make my butt look great. Wore them for the first time in Hawaii for nearly 2 weeks straight they were so comfortable. Used them hiking and lounging and couldn't say enough about them. Lots of features and pockets and good durability so far. I'm usually a 32-33 waist and the Mediums fit like a glove.

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4 5

I like Prana, they generally make a very functional and comfortable product. However, I was a little disappointed in these. I'll start with the pro's.

As shorts these are awesome, I love 'em. They fit great (I'm usually a 32-33 waist and the Mediums fit great), have a great length and tons of pockets and features. As pants, they are mighty sharp looking!

The cons are they feel a little stiff and aren't as soft as I've come to expect from Prana garments. The other big complaint is the construction seems kinda shotty on these. Lots of loose threads as well as extra material left untrimmed concerning the zippers which I had to go in and shave down with my pocket knife 3 miles into a hike because the plastic coating around the zippers was scratching into my legs.

I'm not sure if I just got the bad banana in the bunch so I still gave them 4 stars. I hoped for better though.

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