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Nathan

Nathan

Colorado Springs, CO

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Nathan's Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Road Cycling

Nathan's Bio

Love being outside enjoying God's creation. I'm from a small town outside of Flint, MI, and spent a lot of time in the woods, rivers, lakes, and fields of Michigan growing up. Now I'm out here in the Springs, getting off base whenever I can to ride, hike, and camp.

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Nathan wrote a review of on June 8, 2011

5 5

After trying a couple different brands, including Platypus, this is the reservoir I'm gonna drink from.

The valve shut-off is much more secure than my Platypus, which dumped 2 liters all over the back of my Jeep because it came unlocked. The cap is easier to work than the zip on the Platypus, and the piece below the cap provides an excellent filling handle. Detachable hose is easy to get on and off, and the bite valve works flawlessly. The drying arms are a nice feature, as is the center baffle, which really does keep the water from sloshing around, even on dynamic, rocky trail runs.

Nice to see innovation that works.

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Nathan wrote a review of on January 15, 2011

5 5

Great mitt, keeps the snow out and heat in. I wore them today with some cold weather cycling gloves I have - it was between 20-30ish, but my hands stayed toasty. They'd probably be warmer with the included mitten liners. They have a strap to tether them to your wrist and the gauntlets are super easy to cinch up around your jacket sleeve. The left mitt also has a little rubber tab to squeegee your goggles. Wear the mitts, wear the liners, wear both, put your own liners in them... you've got a lot of options with these.

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Nathan wrote an answer about on February 22, 2009

You could string it up between two trees.Sorry - I deleted what Phaedrus said.He said you could use trekking poles - save weight by making them multi-task.

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