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August 16th, 2008 | categorizilation: all categories,China (Shaanxi),equipment

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Long overdue, I spent a rainy day here in Xi’an inside the hostel lobby using the free internet to write up some reviews of the gear that I have used over the last few years. If there’s anything in my kit lists that you would like to hear my opinion of that is not included in the reviews, then please let me know and I’ll sort it out.

Gear That Workedhttp://14degrees.org/en/?page_id=709
Gear That Didn’t Workhttp://14degrees.org/en/?page_id=710

My kit-lists:

Skating kit-listhttp://14degrees.org/en/?page_id=10
Cycling kit-listhttp://14degrees.org/en/?page_id=289

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    Permanent Link     Comments (3)

Comment by Shirley Smith — August 20, 2008 @ 5:32 pm | post a comment


We are still cheering you on from Okinawa. What an inspirational guy you are. I think from here on out you could make a living as a motivational speaker, your all set. Way to go,

Tom and Shirley Smith

Comment by Billy — August 21, 2008 @ 3:56 pm | post a comment

I completely disagree. Perhaps it is the design and not the utility at fault here…

Check this link to see for yourself!


Comment by Stephanie C — August 22, 2008 @ 3:46 pm | post a comment

Hi Rob, interesting reviews… I've just been researching options for carrying babies on tramps and came across Bivouac's website. Bivouac is currently looking for people to have links on their websites and receive royalties for referals, if you are interested.


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