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Profile: Clyde Soles is a well known photographer and writer. Specializing in gear, his words have appeared in numerous publications over past decades. His most most recent book, the second edition of 'Climbing: Training for Peak Performance,' was published by The Mountaineers Books in September 2008. It is substantially updated from the first edition and contains cutting-edge advice.

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  • Lou Dawson 2: Ptor gets it. On the other hand, I heard he's driving a Citroen 2CV these d...
  • ptor: Rush Red Barchetta,,, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAvQSkK8Z8U...
  • Lou Dawson 2: I got an espresso maker that'll most likely run off the Arcteryx battery. S...
  • Lou Dawson 2: P.S., no question about history is silly, in our opinion here at WildSnow.c...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Official, Tour Lite Tech, first binding to come from Dynafit licensing the ...
  • Geewilligers: Lou, This is a silly question, but what does TLT stand for? Thanks, ...
  • Sedgesprite: "The best day of the war. The day I remember the best, was the day it was o...
  • Bill H: Bright side of self-driving cars: It's going to make point-to-point shu...
  • rob glieden: Bohemia is pretty legit. It belongs in your post Lou as the drive up the pe...
  • Aaron Mattix: Bohemia has been high on my radar of interest. Would love to hear more feed...
  • JCoates: Lou, I grew up in rural Montana so "I get it" when you're talking about the...
  • Maciej Pike-Biegunski: Lou, I abandoned heavy "beef" boots years ago. The marginal gain in ski ...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Jake, I tested on bench, forward-upward release is fine, heel to the side (...
  • Chris: Clean, affordable, and efficient mass transit (whatever form that might tak...
  • Jeremy C: Unfortunately for anyone who likes driving, self drive cars will slowly ero...
  • Lou Dawson 2: In Western Europe, I sure see a lot of people driving... it's not the nirva...
  • Shar: If your subways cars are "grunged out", then that is a reflection of the la...
  • Maz: So when you're in Europe, how do you enjoy the "grunged out subway cars and...
  • zippy the pinhead: Rob, Answer to your question seems to be "yes". https://www.google.com/...
  • peterk: More features than an Alien: carbon, powerstrap-buckle, dual durometer sole...
  • rob trauscht: Possibly dumb question on the soles, but is anyone resoling AT boots? Seem...
  • Scott S Allen: Thanks Lou for the feed back, I really appreciate it! I have worked with B...
  • Topi: I have used Mammut RAS Light 30 for two past seasons (Euro). No durability ...
  • Lou Dawson 2: All fine Dave, appreciate the industry voice chiming in here with useful st...
  • Mammut Dave: Forgot to mention--regarding durability, with any of these light packs you ...
  • Mammut Dave: Harpo and Lou--a bit of info on the light fabric from Mammut. These two pa...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Maciej, in my opinion not quite a stiff feeling as TLT6-P, a bit stiffer th...
  • Lou Dawson 2: Scott, if lasting is your concern, when doing shell fit without liner you p...
  • Lou Dawson 2: John, I'd say your view is accurate. Until they reduce the weight and cost ...
  • John S: I have a little bit older BCA Float model, and this fall I'm helping my dau...

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