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Waitin’ for the train...

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Fit looks great on you! Glad they’ll be able to see some wear & remain a part of the competition

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15 hours ago, unders said:

Two and a bit weeks late to the party. 

Cheers to @julian-wolf for sorting me out. 

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Thumbs up!

This is one of the best fits yet. I may have to pick up a pair at some point...I have a couple of TCBs I'm breaking in now so opted out...

I normally can't do higher rises but here they look like mid-rise with a bit of a sag, which suits my cyclist's thighs just fine.

 

 

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1 hour ago, peter1 said:

I normally can't do higher rises but here they look like mid-rise with a bit of a sag, which suits my cyclist's thighs just fine.

Careful with the thighs though, there's not a huge amount of room there 

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1 hour ago, Duodequinquagesimus said:

^ what backpack is that?

 

Master-Piece, don't remember the exact model. Had it for ages, best backpack I've ever owned

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6 hours ago, peter1 said:

 

I normally can't do higher rises but here they look like mid-rise with a bit of a sag, which suits my cyclist's thighs just fine.

Have to disagree there. The rise here is very high no matter which way you spin it. It’s equivalent to the rise of the Buzz Ricksons 1945 military trousers if you’re familiar. 

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7 hours ago, peter1 said:

 

Thumbs up!

This is one of the best fits yet. I may have to pick up a pair at some point...I have a couple of TCBs I'm breaking in now so opted out...

I normally can't do higher rises but here they look like mid-rise with a bit of a sag, which suits my cyclist's thighs just fine.

 

 

Thanks buddy. It may be a trick of the camera as I was standing on a slope. As @Hopethisoneisnttaken said, the rise is super high, like adult diaper high.

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@buler be better if it was Dewalt ;) 

haha I’m a commercial plumber and a Dewalt guy. But so many of my co workers love team red. Their obsession is almost creepy. Ha 

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@shredwin_206 I’m team red all the way. But I don’t need the tools professionally. I have way too many tools for DIY. Can’t spend all the money on clothes. 

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@buler I get it. I like to try and speak with my money and buy USA made whenever I can. That’s ultimately what made me stick with Dewalt. Haha 

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Those look so good 

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Lots of dolphins along the way - not sure if the video hosting works...

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part of the trip between the isles...

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Edited by Foxy2

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10 hours ago, andrewrose said:

@buler did some lumber jacking myself today, though prefer the old fashioned way. Much lighter and less ppe to carry along. Tracked 12 miles and 2700 ft of gain. Phew!

I visited peak 7790 as well. I have now completed the grid on this one- one ascent in each calendar month. Much easier this time of year vs in winter.

 

 

 

 

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@andrewrose Beautiful! Is this Colorado?

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