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Lincoln

Lincoln wrote a review of on September 19, 2007

5 5

I own 4 of these Klean Kanteen bottles - 2 27oz and 2 40oz bottles - and I use them everywhere - on runs, on trails, in the car, etc.

Finally an eco-friendly choice...but it gets better. Unlike plastic bottles (even the Nalgene and "taste-free" eco-plastic bottles), this is the only water bottle or bag that doesn't leach a nasty taste.

Plus, even Nalgene bottles have been shown to release carcinogens. To test, just put the bottle out in the sun for a day and drink. Yuk!

While plastics are porous (or micro-porous), this metal is not - meaning no nasty bacteria will grow on the bottle. Watch out - other plastics are treated with nasty chemicals to be anti-bacterial.

Plus these are super easy to clean - just add diluted vingear, shake, and rinse.

And the cap is awesome. It's very tight and has a great loop for extra security, clips, or just to slide a finger through.

They're light too!

Plus, the never wear out! What's not to like?

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Lincoln wrote a review of on September 19, 2007

5 5

Why use a slim backpack when you can use this! 1150 cu.in.!!!

This is bigger than most daypacks and puts the weight where is should be - on your hips, at the center of your gravity.

Plus, this lets your back breath.

If you do pack this full, try out the strapettes, which act like backpack straps, but are more comfortable allowing breathability and weight distribution without hunching over.

I'll never go back to a backpack again.

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Lincoln wrote a review of on August 28, 2006

4 5

This pack has one of the most innovative designs I've seen yet. Unfortunately, the pack has one flaw. The pack protrudes very far from the body, placing the center of gravity too far away from the body. This causes the person to lean forward to stable the weight. Other than this, the pack design is very advanced making the pack a lot of fun to use. I prefer non-framed packs which conform better to the body and recommend the Osprey Porter & Osprey Solo/Daylite combo.

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