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Dylan Sievertson

Dylan Sievertson

Olympics, Cascades and the water in between

Dylan Sievertson's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Paddling
Skiing
Climbing

Dylan Sievertson

Dylan Sievertson wrote a review of on October 23, 2010

5 5

Title says it all. This duffel is made to be abused. Although I cant speak for long-term durability, so far its taken everything I can dish out and more. Although its technically not a waterproof bag, the PU coated material and welded seems sure make it act like one. All the handles have been stitched to material that has then been welded to the bag so not even stitching penetrations can cramp your style. The zippers is coated however they're the only part of the bag that lets the H2O sneak by. There is an external pocket and a fairly large internal mesh pocket. Other than that, its your standard duffel layout. 40L is a pretty middle of the road size. It can easily hold all my climbing gear, or a weekends worth of threads for a trip across the state. All in all its an awesome bag well worth the price.

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Dylan Sievertson

Dylan Sievertson wrote a review of on October 21, 2010

5 5

I bought this as my first rope and I couldn't be happier. Other than the very first time I uncoiled and ran it through my belay device, it has been completely kink free. It runs very smooth and has a good solid feel to it. I debated for a while on whether or not to spend the extra cash for the golden try treatment. I told myself "I'll never climb in the rain, why bother?" I ended up getting it for durability sake and am glad I did cause the very first time I ever tied into it I was tiptoeing around puddles of water in a steady drizzle. Point being, get the dry, it's worth it.

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