The North Face Endurance Challenge Costa Rica 2016 - The North Face® Endurance Challenge Costa Rica 2016 es una carrera de resistencia a campo traviesa que unirá el deporte con el turismo. Esta carrera es parte de un circuito internacional organizado por The North Face y que busca promover la actividad física en la naturaleza de forma segura y responsable, aplicando la filosofía del mínimo impacto, y también fomentar la práctica del trail running o uso de senderos de montaña para correr.
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I am on my 3rd bottle and I am starting to see results. Some fuzz in my thinning areas! So that's exciting! Haven't seen much of a change in shedding just a little bit of a slow down. I would give it a 5 but the price is too high so we will stick with 4 stars. Over all I would recommend this product. Seeing my new hair growth has calmed down my fears of going bald!
After much research I purchased an Urbo2. It's exactly what I hoped it would be. For one thing, it's gorgeous- the frame, the fabrics, the leather looking bumper bar and handle- everything. It has great maneuverability and it's easy to push with just one hand even. It's easy to fold and unfold and it's lightweight. The reversible seat is a must for me as my babies always seem to be very happy in a stroller when they can see me. I prefer the handle height all the way extended as I am fairly tall, but I also love that it can telescope down to a very low height which is great for my older kids who love to push the baby as well as for making a more compact stroller in tight places like a restaurant or a bus. The stroller seat is a nice generous size and the padding is the cushiest I've ever seen. Even the strap covers are cushy. The seat sits nice and upright, and I love that it can lay truly flat for long stroller naps. (Because it can lay truly flat it would really be suitable even for a newborn without a bassinet.) The canopy is very large, which is a big plus to me. The basket is not huge but it's surprisingly adequate. Today we fit a small diaper bag in there as well as a couple of kid jackets and a few other small items. We could have gotten even more stuff in there, I'm sure. The suspension on the front wheels is really impressive. It's the best I've ever seen- except maybe for the bugaboo chameleon. I can actually just roll right up over sloped curbs because of it. Not even my UppaBaby Vista can do that! The stroller is really narrow and can fit through a lot of tight spaces. It's significantly more narrow than my Vista. The Urbo2 comes with a rain cover which is neat but I pretty much never use rain covers. The accessory that I like is the nifty sunshade/privacy shade/bug net which is actually tucked right into the foot rest. It's always handy! I think this stroller can handle just about any terrain that a suburbanite or city dweller would encounter- bumpy sidewalks, cobblestone or bricks, stray stones, a patch of grass here and there, etc.