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Edward Matt wrote a review of on April 15, 2011

5 5

I got this pack to use just as a large day pack; something that can handle a few layers and basic gear...as well as a summer load of 3 persons gear. It has reall performed. I can fit all the late winter early spring gear that I need in it. That includes a primaloft jacket, a fleece and an extra top layer, socks, two liters of water and food...I still had room. the outer pocket is great to just slide things into...gloves or a hat. The pack holds an ice axe well and trekking poles store easily. This will be a great summer pack hiking with the kids...load it up.The stand out feature was the suspension of this pack. The waist belt and the shoulder straps are amazing, the pack moves with you unlike any I have ever owned. Overall this pack is awsome.

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Edward Matt wrote a review of on March 5, 2010

5 5

I use this harness exclusivily for ice climbing. The front of the harness lacks a belay loop...which is really nice for putting it on with crampons on..but the harness is a bit floppy once on so I have a biner holding the belt and loop together. I love the gear loops they are perfect. I have a set of Petzl ice clippers in between them and that's enough. i have taken small falls in this and been top rope lowered...no more of my (Do I have to be PG and just say "male parts")being uncomfortably yanked about. I find that the padded harnesses move around on slick ice climbing pants more than the basic broad webbing of this harness. Really all you need for the alpine ice.

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Edward Matt wrote a review of on March 5, 2010

5 5

I use this harness exclusivily for ice climbing. The front of the harness lacks a belay loop...which is really nice for putting it on with crampons on..but the harness is a bit floppy once on so I have a biner holding the belt and loop together. I love the gear loops they are perfect. I have a set of Petzl ice clippers in between them and that's enough. i have taken small falls in this and been top rope lowered...no more of my (Do I have to be PG and just say "male parts")being uncomfortably yanked about. I find that the padded harnesses move around on slick ice climbing pants more than the basic broad webbing of this harness. Really all you need for the alpine ice.

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