Michael Leake

Michael Leake

Southern, Ohio

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Michael's Bio

Just started moving around a bit after a long slumber of being a sloth.

Michael Leake

Michael Leake wrote an answer about on June 20, 2012

The sleeve is against the inner frame, it has a small plastic hook that holds a 3L camelback bladder perfectly. Although mine broke the fourth day of use (Carry a small carabiner). It's tough to fill as you have to remove it with all your gear in the bag and put it back. There is an elastic strap on the shoulder strap to place the mouth piece when not in use. It's a great pack other than that shoulder straps are made of a gel like foam that are very comfortable, and the pack is highly adjustable.

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Michael Leake

Michael Leake wrote a review of on January 24, 2011

5 5

I work outside all year, this jacket has been a God send this winter. In negative wind chill weather I was in a base layer t-shirt underneath. The hood cinches down nice and tight with good vision unlike most hoods. All the zippers are heavily guarded with wind and water proofing. I've yet to use it in other seasons but so far so good. Got it for a steal on S&C. Wish it had a little more ventilation but overall a nice quality "winter" jacket. I'm 5"10" 180#'s bought a large fit was fine but I'm not full of muscles by any means.

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Michael Leake

Michael Leake wrote an answer about on October 13, 2009

This will be the perfect jacket for you. It looks great with khaki's or jeans, it's also somewhat of a form fitting jacket giving you good lines, your not going to look like your swimming in fabric. It also retains it shape rather well I've had for three years it still looks great. As far as being warm I'm from southwest Michigan (snow belt) no problems staying warm.

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