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Steven's Passions

Hiking & Camping
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Dead on Arrival wrote a review of on June 6, 2012

3 5

This bag has a really nice Parka type hood. Nice colors. Nice fabric feel. The toe vent zip kept rubbing my toes either open or closed. The tiny zipper does not work well and is difficult to find (No zipper pull tab guys??) and hard to operate while in the bag (you have to reach your toes from the outside if you want to change it). Both zippers often snag. The upper half of the bag has the stretch technology with horizontal baffles. This design does not give near as much stretch as the Mont Bell bags. The legs are a snug fit with roomy foot box. The short side zip offers no venting between the waist and ankles.

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Dead on Arrival wrote a review of on February 21, 2012

2 5

Nice two way side Zippers run entire length and start at the top. There is no waist cord or adjustment. Waist is elastic. Pockets are simple, and do not have pass through to pants pockets beneath. (this should be a requirement for rain pants. duh)
Watch the inseam length carefully. These measured out actually 1/2 inch short. For me just the perfect length to dump the water inside my boot when I take a step. Should be longer for a rain pant. Fit seems to be a bit slim. Nothing fancy here for this kind of $$.

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Dead on Arrival wrote a review of on February 21, 2012

2 5

Size is slim or runs small. Not suitable for taller person. You may want to order next size up if planning on using over layers. The pit zips are installed backwards. The espresso color has lime green zippers and logos.
Zippers are sealed well. There is an extra shock cord on the back of the hood which looks like a possible source of leakage. Pocket zippers are not designed to close after stuffing jacket into a pocket.

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