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5 5

An excellent beacon which carries on the tradition of the Tracker DTS. It's an extremely simple beacon to use, which even a first time user would be able to carry out a search with. It has one switch, one toggle, and one button. It our looking for something which requires minimal setup or study to use, this is it. There's also a lot to be said for an easy and foolproof device when faced with a high adrenaline situation. It's pretty hard to use incorrectly. BCA has also done the right thing in keeping the price low, and making a three antenna beacon affordable for more people. It eliminates spikes as effectively as any 3 antenna model.

You should note, though, the Tracker 2 doesn't have a multiple burial search capability, nor can it mask a beacon you've already found. It uses the same search restriction method which the Tracker DTS used, which requires knowledge and practice of the method. I can see why they've done it, since only about 2% burials have multiples victims, and it keeps the beacon extremely simple, and it says in line with the design philosophy.

The Tracker 2 slots in nicely with the other three antenna receivers. If you want extremely high tech with a lot of options, look at the Barryvox Pulse or Ortovox S1, if you want a simple beacon with multiple burial capability look at the Pieps DSP, and if you want a inexpensive and barebones simple beacon look at the Tracker 2.

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5 5

This is an excellent boot for all mountain and back country use. It is quite stiff, even when broken in, and probably shouldn't be used in the park.

The liner is good, and quite comfortable, though the ankles can start to rub weird once the boots are really broken in. The internal ankle strap is a great idea, and I'm surprised more boots don't have it; it holds my ankle down and prevents any lift, even if I run the boots a little loose. They do as good a job of keeping my toes warm as anything so far.

They're good to hike in, and the when on groomers, the have the support to really put power into the board.

My feet are low volume and slightly narrow, with skinny ankles and heels, but these boots fit well. I'd recommend buying your street shoe size in these.

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4 5

This is an excellent boot for all mountain and back country use. It is quite stiff, even when broken in, and probably shouldn't be used in the park.

The bottom line if, for the use this boot is designed for, the one step up Malamute is the better boot and worth the extra money. The Malamute has a better liner, is a little stiffer, doesn't go soft as quick, and has an excellent internal heel strap. They're a great boot, yes, but when if you're already looking to spend this much, spend the little extra on the 'mute.

My feet are low volume and slightly narrow, with skinny ankles and heels, but these boots fit well. I'd recommend buying your street shoe size in these.

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This beacon is inexpensive and transmits like any other beacon. However, it's search range is very meager and you need to be well practiced with a single antenna beacon. If you're going to be in any situation where you might need to search for someone else, DO NOT BUY THIS. At a minimum, drop the cash on a BCA Tracker DTS.

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