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Lau2505591 wrote a review of on May 7, 2009

4 5

The great is that they are really warm. They kept my hands warm while running in a light snow. They are very dexterous. No problem tying shoes, etc. The amazing thing is that the label says they can be machine washed and dried. I tried it; they can!

The bad: It says it has waterproofing on the web site here, but the glove label specifically states they are not fully waterproof. The latter is correct. I proved out in a soaking rain that they are not waterproof. That was the only disappointment. If anybody is aware of a really good waterproof light glove, please let me know. These are keepers, though, so light, yet so warm.

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Lau2505591 wrote a review of on August 30, 2007

5 5

My favorite road ride takes me up 2,500 feet in elevation in 10 miles. On the way back down, it's almost entirely downhill and cold, so I carry a shell and a Sporthill XC shirt on the way up in this pack along with my water. I like how the new Camelbaks have the water bladder area accessed with a long zipper from the back. It is easy to get the bladder in and out. It is expandable enough to take along my Windstopper soft shell in the fall when it really gets cold. I also have the Camelbak Mule for rides when I just want to carry the bladder, a bit of food, and a shell. I also trailrun with the Mule. I like how it is not as wide and conforms to your back better than a traditional pack.

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