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 they've been my only pair of shoes for ~2+ years. i got them used, but the previous owner hadn't worn them too much. i wore them every day, while traveling around the united states, south america, and canada. did a few mountain hikes, did a few rainforest hikes in BC. i also wore them every day this winter in montreal. so yeah they got super wet. never used a shoe tree. they were only conditioned when i brought them to a cobbler to get them re-heeled (once) and new tope...
hey do you guys think a cobbler can fix this? what would they do? do you think it's worth even getting it repaired? if not, what do you do with an old pair of boots that are totally wearable, but are also super trashed?    
hey, does anyone here know any techwear brands that have a good women's selection? i linked a friend of mine to outlier, she is really into the concept but we are both getting depressed at the utter shit every techwear style brand i know of has available for women.   it seems to be impossible to find a simple merino t shirt, much less a damn button down, that doesn't have weird sleeves or a scoop neck. something like this, but not out of...
anyone know what that ace x alpha fishtail is actually made of?
how bout them pullovers? worth it?
then post the answer!
so I learned today that I get a 45% discount on arcteryx stuff. not sure yet if that includes AV, but I am looking anyway, specifically at the component shirt. does anyone have any comments on this, specifically what function the merino back panel serves?
yo i snoozed on these hooded things. experiments = no returns so if anyone has a cowlhood, size m, navy, i may be interested.
oh man i didn't even talk about jackets or non-backpack bags. i had this other vision recently of a bag made out of cuben, with a roll top and lots of d-rings so it can transform into tote, backpack and messenger.
what's up, i traveled for like 7 months, hitching around the USA and south america, living entirely out of a backpack. i shall now proceed to ramble at length: feel free to not read this.   i used an hmg southwest pack. http://www.hyperlitemountaingear.com/2400-southwest-ultralight-pack.html waterproof material, super lightweight, optimal size (really you don't need more than 40L worth of crap), the y-strap is extremely useful for keeping a tent or sleeping pad or wtv,...
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