Myke Dronez

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Myke Dronez wrote a review of on April 8, 2008

5 5

I previously owned a Patagonia down sweater- when the zipper broke I returned it for this which is much beefier in size, warmth, and materials. Great for chilly belays when the other wasn't quite as warm. I also love the heavy duty double zipper because you can leave the bottom open so your belay device doesn't make the jacket ride up- very very cool for climbers. If you need something to move around in this might not be it but for powerful insulation that will keep you warm while standing still, this is the ticket.

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Myke Dronez wrote a review of on December 10, 2007

5 5

Great insulating layer. Well constructed - Packs to about the size of a large coconut and weighs about as much as a lemon. Works very well for layering with a shell and fleece but don't expect the extreme warmth of a puffy, heavier down jacket. Great for chilly belays or cold hikes where bulk and weight is unwanted. If you can catch it on sale you will love it even more-

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Myke Dronez wrote a review of on November 19, 2007

3 5

Thermos works good for what it is for-
Keeps my coffee hot all day at the crag and pours out a steaming beverage up to 8 hours later. I love it's simplicity but was disappointed when the bottom outer ring split open in two places after a few uses. It doesn't seem to affect its function so I probably won't send it back but like I said disappointing for a 'vacuum bottle'. Should be bombproof so we can all just fuhgettaboutit- After all, I'm not using it for tea parties in the flower garden.

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Myke Dronez wrote a review of on November 19, 2007

5 5

Fits a rope, rack, shoes, food, and water for you and your significant other. Bomber construction and huge main compartment- swallows it all up. If you like a multitude of pockets and bottle holders etc. look elsewhere- but on the flipside if organizing all those compartment's contents gets old just dump it in and call it done.

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