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REUBEN ESQUIVEL wrote a review of on June 16, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've never been a fan of plastic and I wanted something easy to carry, clean and keep track of. I got my first set after my first year in the middle east. I used it for my next three subsequent tours. It fits easy in a shirt or pants cargo pocket. I would probably prefer a lightly serrated edge on the knife blade. The spoon is generous for soup or cereal. The handles are a little thin but they do the job. I've got several different types of field utensils, these are the best overall.

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REUBEN ESQUIVEL wrote a review of on March 22, 2012

4 5

I'm not sure if this is my third or fourth pair of these shoes. I keep buying them for their comfort. I've got flat feet and they do a good job of fitting the shape of my feet. I've only had problems with one pair. After a lot of miles and a lot of exposure to the elements, the sole separated a little from the shoe. They allow my feet to breath well and I haven't had any problems with slippage. The toebox is just right, not too roomy and not too tight. The only reason I have so many pairs is because I keep a pair in the trunk of the car and rotate between the others to give the soles from staying too compressed.

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REUBEN ESQUIVEL wrote a review of on October 23, 2008

5 5

I bought a couple of these for my job. The temperature here during the summer can reach up to 120 degrees easily. I wanted something that would stay cool, hide sweat and dry quickly. This shirt has done a great job. I eventually bought at least one of every color. Another great feature is how easy they are to care for. I haven't had to iron any of them. Just throw one on and go, no wrinkles!

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REUBEN ESQUIVEL wrote a review of on May 28, 2008

4 5

i got one of these bags over a year ago for my wife. she has a little trouble staying organized. these compartments make it very easy. so now i'm on the road for a few weeks and it was the obvious choice for me. it makes a great collapsable footlocker once you get where you are going. i've even purchased a couple of extra mud boxes to throw extra stuff into. so far, it's a great bag.
Pros - good size and dimensions, removable compartments, easy access zipper openings, functional handles
Cons - fully loaded this easily exceeds the airline 50 lb weight limit, i know, no where does it say it say intended to be airline luggage and here's why. the same material that makes it light and collapsable makes it lousy for dragging or tumbling around on a conveyor belt. the only other thing that i don't care for is the lack of a shoulder strap. they give you D-rings to attach one to but you have to go get your own, what a slap in the face. so, use it in your car for anything from clothes to climbing gear. it's durable but it can be punctured.

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