Anonymous wrote a question about DMM Zodiac I Beam Keylock Carabiner on August 30, 2012
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Does the Camelbak Reservoir Dryer work with the Camelbak Antidote Reservoir? Can I get some of those yellow drying hooks from the Camelbak Antidote Cleaning Kit individually? Thanks.
Works fine for me. Doesn't leak. You have to make sure all the connections are tight.
works great for camping. had it for 5 yrs already. i grind the beans with a hand grinder right before.
I use this harness size Small and am on the smaller side. Though convenient, I found that the DoubleBack buckles were not secure for multi-pitch climbing. The waist and leg buckles loosen throughout the day, especially when rappelling. This doesn't seem safe so I don't use this harness. Watching your waist buckle loosen by several inches on a hanging rappel is no fun. I've used several harnesses over the past decade and never seen anything like that. If it weren't for the faulty DoubleBack buckles I would give it a good rating, as I like the fit and design. It is a very light harness.
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This is the best sunscreen ever. It sprays on and dries fast, so your hands don't get sticky right before you head up a lead climb. You can refill the 1 oz bottles to take up with you on climbs.
The fragrance free version is even better as it doesn't leave you smelling like sunscreen.
It's a little heavy for the face - I got a zit after trying it on my face and I am not acne prone. So for my face, I'm still using Banana Boat Sport SPF 50 and Kiss My Face Hot Spots SPF 30.
I have narrow feet and low arches and for many years only climbed in Mythos. I've found that Katana and Tradmaster also work for me. I wear size 7.5 or 8 in street shoes, 8.5 in running sneakers, and 38 in mythos, 39.5 in tradmaster and 38 in katana. The katanas are not that comfy for wearing all day but they perform well.
Yes, the sole is removable.
I found the fabric breathable for 80 degree temps in Joshua Tree. Stretchable yet durable. They're definitely very technical climbing pants. Didn't have any problem keeping the pants on. My girlfriend said my butt looked cute in them.
The zipper on this jacket didn't work right. That's okay, but in general the cut of the sleeves was strange. They were too wide. Otherwise the black/grey color scheme and the material are lovely. I liked the way the jacket was a little long to cover the waist. I didn't keep the jacket because of the defective zipper but I'm not sure I would've anyway because of the unflattering cut of the sleeves. The sleeves were also too long.
This is a great jacket. Very flattering. The cut couldn't be any better. I have been wearing it alone as an outer jacket during the day and at night I throw another fleece over it that's not windproof for some extra insulation.
Seems too cool looking to actually use in the wilderness but I will give it a try sometime. :)
Don't expect to wear the hood around the city - works but looks a little silly because it wraps around your face like you're a diver. But that keeps you warm for when you need it.
Love the brown color and the thumb holes.