Muddrock

Muddrock

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Muddrock wrote a review of on September 3, 2010

5 5

I have the 100 oz version of this and it works great. The new material that camelback uses doesn't have the plastic taste like the old school bladders do. The insulation keeps your water cool all day, but if your shedding weight for the backcountry then just slide the bladder out of the sleeve(very simple). The outer sleeve can be hooked up to the outside of your pack in several different ways depending on the features and compression straps. I also used one of my ENO hammock straps and a beaner and made a field expedient day/bladder pack for dayhikes. I also use this when running/walking/working out, just slide it in my old (camelback)cloudwalker pack. Get this!

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Muddrock wrote a review of on July 27, 2010

5 5

Simply put this thing is bad to the bone. Crank this thing up and it sounds like a rocket motor on steriods! Boils water FAST!! I wanted a lighterwieght stove with better efficiency and a wind screen. This met all the criteria i was looking for and after reading the "guru" reviews it was a no brainer, plus backcountry had it on sale. Works 3 times as fast as my coleman max. I would highly recommend this to anyone that is serious about spending time on the trail. Also my GSI infinity coffee cup fits right inside this neat little package. See you out there!

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Muddrock wrote a review of on July 20, 2010

5 5

Got one of these for a weeklong trip to shining rock wilderness. This functions well, is easy to open and also doubles as a seat. can store a max of 4 days worth of food if you repackage. did not come across any bears that we know of, but it is nice to have the peace of mind that your food will be intact after a dayhike. I would recommend this product to a friend.

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