Just so you guys now... in your description it says zero camber - yet in the first bullet point, you say camber under foot.
A bit of a contradiction.
How do the bottom mounts hold onto the crossbars? Is there a locking mechanism (SKS) to keep the box from getting stolen from the top of the car?
I found that the Outlaw is pretty nice - My first true ski pack, so take this review with a grain of salt..?
The pack was very comfortable. Skied enough days on it to comment on how stable it seemed in turns. Could be a bit lighter - but not a huge deal for me. No complaints about the fit or fit adjustments.
I really dig the color and the simple graphics.
The pack has really basic pockets and compartments for all your stuff. Basic is all you need - Keeping it simple is a big plus here.
The ski mount system works well. Solid hold and no issues.
The only negative I can think of would be the durability of the material... No signs of wear yet - but compared to some other packs out there, the canvas material does not seem as abrasion resistant. As of right now - everything looks good however. If any changes - I'll try to update on the damage.
The only reason this pack is not getting 4 stars is because nothing really stood out as awesome... Everything was just overall solid/good.
I will continue to wear this pack for a long time I am sure. I would recommend it if you are looking for a larger volume, reasonably priced, comfortable, full featured pack, this is probably a good one for you...
Hey - Just wondering what size I should get.
I am 6' and weigh 220lbs - athletic build - broader shoulders.
I am debating what size to get an XL or XXL in this coat. I want it a little longer - but am worried if I go for the XXL it will just be fatter - and not necessarily longer...
So maybe a dumb question... but I have a Sierra Designs 3 season tent (meteor light), which i really like. I have been doing several winter trips with that tent since I have owned it. However, i only go out if I know temperatures will be staying above 0F.
How much warmth / weather protection does a 4 season tent REALLY add?
I live in Minnesota and camp the north shore and boundary waters - so temps can really dip to the -20F range with wind and snow. I have a pretty good set of gear, but am wanting to be a little more daring in the weather I set out in.
Is the purchase of a tent like this worth the extra protection - particularly being 'warmer' than a 3 season?
Is there a draw string in the waist?