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Cameron C

Cameron C

Snowbasin, Pineview Reservoir, Shredder Lake, Zion N P, Moab, Bearclaw Poppy, Yosemite N P, Alta, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Lake Powell, Banff

Cameron C's Bio

Utah is a boomerang. I leave but I always come back. I've lived in Germany, South Texas, California, Boston, and West Pennsylvania but have always called Utah my home. I love to travel. In fact, I learned of steepandcheap.com and made my first purchase from the famous ODAT site while vacationing on the Caribbean island of Dominica. My travels usually are based around outdoor recreation and exploration. I've worked in the ski industry for 5 years now and am super pumped to be a gearhead!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on June 28, 2016

4 5

I don't normally geek out on technology. I have basic apps for my smartphone and I am usually late to upgrade my technology. But I just couldn't wait for this watch to be delivered.

I was researching activity trackers this spring. A friend of mine let me use his Vivosmart HR for a ski tour in the spring and thought it was interesting. So I looked around at what was on the market. Garmin had info on this watch on their website and I decided it had everything I wanted in one unit.

Here's the thing, I really like the watch. I didn't think I would because I haven't worn a watch for years because my phone became my watch. I like how easy it is to use the watch and how comfortable it is to wear.

If you're looking for a do-it-all watch with GPS at a great price, this is it!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on March 21, 2016

4 5

I bought these for my wife. She had never worn Hoka's before but the shoes are known for creating less fatigue and a quicker recovery.

My wife loves them. They're so comfy she says, "It's like wearing pillows on my feet."

The shoes are true to size and she's stoked to put them on the trail this summer!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on November 9, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these for my wife because her fingerless gloves were not warm enough for her fall riding. She usually fits in a medium women's glove but I had to get her the Large sized to fit her hands. Once the size was right, she really liked them!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on October 28, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought a box of these for a mountain bike trip in the Pacific Northwest. My wife questioned my decision at first saying stating she wanted a different kind of granola bar. Then she tried the ProBar Meal Bar and she was sold. She constantly asks me which flavors we have in stock when our supply is low.

These bars do feel more heartier than others on the market and they taste better, too.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on October 8, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these for my wife because she has never had proper mountain bike shoes before. To say she loves them is an understatement.

In the past, women's outdoor gear has been smaller and pink colored versions of men's gear. "Shrink it and pink it" the designers would say. Luckily that trend has been disappearing quickly. In Spring 2015 Five Ten changed their women's shoes from smaller versions of men's shoes to a shoe design that is based on a woman's foot. It has a narrower heel and a wider forefoot than previous women's shoes Five Ten has produced.

Pick yourself up a sweet pair of these Freeriders and ride your hearts out, ladies!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on September 24, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I could switch out a lot of components on my bike without much second-thought, but not my Reverb Stealth. I'd put up a good fight to keep it on my bike.

I was surprised how much of noticeable weight was added to my aluminum frame Bronson. Honestly, I could offset the weight by losing a few pounds myself.

I'm addicted to the added benefit and you will be too! I put the 30.9mm diameter, 380mm length, 125mm travel, right on my Santa Cruz Bronson

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on August 11, 2015

5 5

I'm lucky enough to have a wife that really likes to mountain bike. I upgraded my wife's pedals to a nice pair of platform pedals, which have worked out really well for riding. The problem is that my wife kept scraping her shins on the platform pedal pins. I bought her a pair of these shin guards cause she needed something simple to protect her shins.

These shin guards work great for non-aggressive riders who just need something simple. It's saved my wife's shins. They're not hot on a summer day but they do keep your shins warm when the temperatures drop.

The added bonus to the shin guards is they seem to keep mosquitoes off of your shins/calves. After riding a camping for a couple of days, all of my wife's mosquito bites were located above where the shin guards had been.

Bottom line: She can't ride without them!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on February 6, 2015

5 5

Background: I don't have an extensive mountain bike resume. I purchased my first real mountain bike a few years ago. It was a Santa Cruz Tallboy LT. I bought it cause I've been riding a road bike for a few years and the 29" wheel and big travel intrigued me. Long story short, I didn't like the bike. I sold it 6 months after I purchased it.

I was looking for a one-quiver bike that would allow me to enjoy most of my local trails. A bike that could climb well, cruise on the flats, and put a smile on my face on the descent. A bike that even a novice like me could control . A bike that could take steep, sharp hairpins. I determined the Bronson was what I was looking for.

I pulled the trigger on the Bronson and I have absolutely no regrets. I love the bike. For me, it's a dream. The big thing for me is that it 's enjoyable to ride. It has a nice Lay-Z boy geometry for easy handling. The 150mm travel is nice for rolling over just about anything in your way.

If you're looking for an all-around mountain bike that you will look forward to riding, I recommend the Bronson!

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on September 26, 2014

2 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I bought this jersey to go along with my backcountry.com bibs (http://www.backcountry.com/louis-garneau-elite-power-backcountry-mtb-team-bib-shorts-mens).

I purchased a L because the other backcountry.com jersey was too small in a medium. The Large in this jersey was way too big. I have t-shirts that are tighter than this jersey. The jersey was baggy. My arms didn't fill up the sleeves at all. If I were a body builder I would have been fine.

The quality and workmanship of the jersey is fine but I sent mine back because it didn't fit me. I'm 6'1" 180 lbs.

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Cameron Cwrote a review of on July 21, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is the best tool I've purchased. It has everything I've ever needed in one sleek, compact design. Having this with me gives me the peace of mind that I can fix anything on my bike on the go.

Bottom line: I feel like MacGuyver with Duct Tape when I have this tool in tow.

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