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    Quote Originally Posted by CLICKBANGBANG View Post
    In the video posted above, Jason said they will be.
    Thank you for the follow up. That's going to be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hall256 View Post
    Have you tried First Lite's Tall/Long sizing? I'm 6'3 and almost discounted FL since my fist set of Kanabs stopped mid ankle, but ordered a new set in Large/tall and it fits my 34/35 inseam very well.

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    Good to know. I'll definatley keep that in mind. I'm a 35/36 but it may be worth a shot.

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    In a world where all retail is struggling and failing, especially the outdoor industry, I find it pretty weird someone would voluntarily jump in and open their own store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poser View Post
    Maybe a retail space in the Anchorage airport?
    Easily the US airport the most money leaves a state through...

    (Edit for context: $2.7 Billion dollars a year is earned in Alaska and "taken home" via Anchorage International)
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    It is interesting that people who don't own any Kuiu specifically because they could not try it on before buying it because of its distribution model don't understand why a company would open up retail establishments where people could try in on before of buying it.

    #shakeheademoji

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldawg View Post
    In a world where all retail is struggling and failing, especially the outdoor industry, I find it pretty weird someone would voluntarily jump in and open their own store.
    Their own store...? You mean their own third store? First was Dixon. Second was the Euro branch in Spain. Third is in CO.

    If the first two were struggling and failing, I don't think we'd see their own third store opening.

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