Mitch.

Mitch.

Rocky Mountains, High Sierras, The Wasatch.

Mitchell's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing
Mitch.

Mitch. wrote a review of on May 3, 2013

5 5

Well, this thing has served me well since I got it in December. I've been in places that are renowned for their disgusting water since then, including Kashmir, Delhi, Kathmandu, and a few cities in China, and not once have I gotten sick. Plus I have the added bonus of using it in public, at which point people say, "Wow, what is that?" and "Does it really work?" and "Whoa Mitch, thanks to this Camelbak product, you are so much cooler and up to date than us". Well, not that last bit as often.
The point is, the battery lasts ages, the thing actually WORKS, the light is pretty when you stare at it, and it's easy to carry, which helps when you have a lot of miles under your belt and many more yet to go. It's so good that I'm writing my first Backcountry review in honor of it.

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Mitch.

Mitch. wrote a review of on August 24, 2012

5 5

Got this one a few months ago. Super light, durable, everything a Kelty normally is. Very simple design means while all my friends are still setting up their tents mine is assembled and I'm sipping some whiskey offering nothing but pointers on why they should really invest in a Kelty. Walked through 8 hours of rain last week, and though literally everything else was soaked, the tent was bone dry.
If I was you, I'd probably buy one.

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