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Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelianwrote a review of on June 6, 2016

Great Hiker too
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is my second pair of Altra and I use to Hike. Compared to the older Lone Peaks, these are Much better.
I loved the fit and comfort of the Lone Peak, but not much traction or life to the Thread. I have a narrow foot and I had lots of extra room in the Lone Peak, but didn't slop around. I got the same size in the Olympus and it seems to fit snugger up to the ball of foot.
The soles of these are Very interesting, 3 densities, with the center part being VERY soft and cushy. it will be interesting to see how well the last. So far no signs of wear at all.
And did I mention Cushy. My Old legs, hips and knees are loving these.
HIGHLY recommend

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Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelianwrote a review of on August 30, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Yes these are like wearing nothing. Perfect for hiking in Utahs HOT summers. could never figure out why Hiking shorts had to be made of thick canvas with 6 cargo pockets, flaps, snaps. Yes they have 2, almost worthless pockets, but so what. They do have a built in belt , and really long inseam.

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Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelianwrote a review of on May 3, 2012

5 5

I have been using the Antidote for nearly a year now. As far as the new opening being easier to use, it is a bit tricky the first few times of getting it closed. But it is easier to open. One of the reasons of the new design was that the old one was very easy to over tighten and very hard to open. they succeeded there. And the seam to flatten out the reservoir was way over due.
With the opening PROPERLY close, i have never experienced any leaks.

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Jeff Mikaelian

Jeff Mikaelianwrote a review of on April 10, 2009

5 5

Great stand, reasonable price. I have used many different stands over the years and they are all very sturdy, but usually tippy. This simple tripod base is about the most stable I have ever used. All the knobs turn smooth and easy and hold tight. The padded clamp material does not scratch and looks like it will last a very long time. I would recommend this stand for any cyclist.

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