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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischer

Wasatch

Ethan P Fischer's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Biking
Paddling
Skiing

Ethan P Fischer's Bio

Born in Maine, native Upstate New Yorker, product of the Adirondacks, now displaced as a Wasatch bandit and Park City local. Employee at Backcountry.com

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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischerwrote a review of on March 2, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was never much of a hot drink on the trail kind of guy. I would have a coffee on my way somewhere, but now, I can't leave home without this. Dawn patrol, hot coffee. Late night excursion, hot toddies. Trust me, you won't be disappointed. It does fit into a large cup holder. Its surprisingly light weight compared to a traditional thermos. It's very easy to clean, even if you accidentally leave something in it for a while. It probably won't fit into a pack sleeve, so I keep it in the top of my pack, tilted sideways, and have all the confidence that it will not leak.

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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischerwrote a review of on November 26, 2014

3 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I was a little bummed when I first got the hat with the size, cause it looks awesome and the material is super soft. I like everything about this hat except the size. The thing is, I have a pretty big head. I wear a 7 5/8 fitted cap, or a big deep trucker hat. Putting the hat on, it looked like swimming cap. Although it didn't fit my head, it will make an awesome present for someone who isn't cranially challenged.

WARNING: Runs small for really big headed people. Otherwise, awesome.

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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischerwrote a review of on November 26, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I am a bit biased, because many bags could fit my use as a gear storage bag (more so than a travel bag), but then again I work at backcountry. I purchased this to reduce clutter in our gear closet. We currently have it in Large, and it holds all our bike stuff. This include Jerseys, shorts, shoes (2), helmets (4), some extra tools, tubes, hand pumps, everything you would have on your body during a long ride other than a backpack and bladder. I was worried about the size, I didn't need something massive. However, with the shape of this bag, you can really get a lot in it. I was surprised. And with the squared off bottom, it fit nicely in the bottom of the gear closet. I haven't tried the pack straps, but I am sure they will come in handy at some point. Even if its just for the winter/summer gear turnover.

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