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Rob Ware

Rob Ware

Salt Lake City, UT

Rob Ware's Passions

Road Biking

Rob Ware's Bio

An average 30-something who found cycling after his athletic heyday was already long gone. While not producing copy for Competitive, he can be found struggling at the back of a race or chatting at the front of a group ride.

Rob Ware

Rob Warewrote a review of on November 14, 2018

5 5

With Base Bar in head, rise defiantly against the paternalistic echoes in your head. Cookies CAN be for breakfast. What's more, cookie DOUGH can be for breakfast. Cookie dough IS for breakfast. It is.

These are goddamn delicious. Most protein bars taste like dog food or have enough sugar to put a toddler into a coma but these are the exception. Enjoy your cookie dough.

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Rob Ware

Rob Warewrote a review of on August 10, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There's a reason you see these shoes everywhere––they're rugged, comfortable, and versatile for outdoor fun in the mountains. My wife picked up a pair of these for trail running, but found they make a better hiking and approach shoe for her.

She has fairly flat, medium-width, low-volume feet and said the toe box is WAY too narrow to spread/engage the forefoot, the high arch-support at the midfoot can can cause blistering, and the drop of the shoe is tough on her knees when it comes to running more than a mile or so on trails or pavement.

However, when she's camping, hiking to crags, or on climbing trips, she LOVES the burly tread, easy on/off thanks to the QuickLace system, and the stability/precision provided by the rock plate and toe. They're a staple in her gear closet, but she'd recommend checking out brands like Saucony or Brooks for those with similar feet. She wears a W's 8.5/9 in street shoes, and a 9/9.5 in these––size up at least a half size in these for hiking, or perhaps a full size for running.

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