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Erik K.

Erik K.

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Erik K.

Erik K. wrote a question about on May 12, 2012

Can someone give me the arm lengths from armpit to wrist cuff for the size L and XL .

The jacket looks perfect for mtb bike-packing .

But will the fabric/membrane hold up to wearing a backpack weighing 10-15 kg + ?

+ I`d be shouldering/carrying my bike slung on my backpack
crosswise from time to time.

Thanks,
Erik

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Erik K.

Erik K. wrote a question about on September 22, 2011

Hi there,

would these be a good match with the Voile mountaineer 3-pin binding ,
on Fischer Boundless skis .
Is the sole flex soft enough , not to cause tip dive while touring in bottomless powder. ( Like i experienced w/ Scarpa t2x's)

Also - i really like boots w/ tortionally supportive soles and a high schaft. Is this the case with these boots.

Oh ... do they fit mens narrow feet well , esp. w/ narrow ankles .

Thanks,
Erik

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Erik K.

Erik K. wrote a question about on April 27, 2011

Hi there,

can anyone tell me how this pack behaves ,
with mountain-biking in mind.
With ones back in a curved position and head tilted upwards , would the helmet have enough room - so as not to bump into the top of the backpack?

I've looked at the Talon 22 , but it has no HDPE back sheet to keep the pack in shape when fully loaded.

Maybe someone has one /or/ both , and can comment .... .

I like wider sort of packs with a hip belt that can hold a packs weight when walking upright .

Thanks ,
Erik =P

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Erik K.

Erik K. wrote a question about on April 27, 2011

Hi everyone !

Since the pack doesn't have a ridgid/supporting
frame sheet , does the back-panel remain flat or
bulge out when fully loaded ?
I do like the clean look , with well placed pockets.

I've had a Camelbak Mule previously that looked and felt like a sausage on ones back.
Far too narrow and structure-less.

I've been riding with a 27 liter MountainSmith Bugaboo (1992)
that i really like . Though for mountain-biking it has just too many dangling straps and the large size easily leads to over packing.

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Erik K.

Erik K. wrote a question about on April 26, 2011

Has any one who own the Kode 22 , been using it in the summer -
as a mountain biking pack?

How would the pack fit on a curved pack while riding ?
How does it sit in the upper area - since there is no adjustability in the shoulder straps . Would there be an issue of my helmet hitting the top of the pack?

I like the fack that it has a HDPE back panel , to prevent stuff poke-ing ones back and to keep the packs shape.

Thanks for any replies.

Eric

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