Robert Stevens

Robert Stevens

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Robert Stevens

Robert Stevens wrote a review of on November 24, 2009

4 5

This is a really well made vest with thoughtful details. The entrire collar lined as well as the chin guard. It has lined hand warmer pockets and an internal stuff pocket. I'm 6'2" 240lbs with a 46" chest and I bought the XL. The vest does have extra room (ie--too much) in the belly, but I have a feeling if I got the L it would be too short. Overall a really nice vest.

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Robert Stevens wrote a review of on June 21, 2009

5 5

Don't let the price of this pack fool you, it is top notch. It has an amazingly large torso range which is a great feature for folks with long torsos. It is highly adjustable all the way around, and is really easy to dial in a custom fit. The detachable lid is great for romps around base camp and it has plenty of storage capacity.

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Robert Stevens wrote a review of on June 21, 2009

5 5

This filter works amazing. I just got back from a 3 day backpack on the Washington coast and the Hiker Pro filtered water for 3 of us flawlessly. One of my friends who always brings treatment tablets was begging for the clean tasting water from the filter. I have used several other filters including the MSR Waterworks, and this filter is SO much faster and easier to pump. I can pump 3 liters before the MSR gets going on 1. The adaptors fit my camelbak, regular nalgene, and narrow mouth nalgene equally well. A must for backcountry trips.

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Robert Stevens wrote an answer about on April 9, 2009

Livenletlive,
These lenses are replaceable. Here is Oakley's link for replacement lenses http://oakley.com/pd/6053 . I'm pretty sure that you can replace them yourself. I have a pair of gascans and have replaced them myself. As for Angus's incorrect review, you should checkmark his review as unhelpful, as many people just try to boost their ranking by answering questions when they do not really know the answer.

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Robert Stevens wrote an answer about on April 8, 2009

Emily,
This pack is considered unisex. Although in some cases it may be better to get a pack geared toward your gender, it is definitely not necessary. My wife has a Kelty pack and she loves it and has had it for years. If you're on a budget, I definately wouldn't worry about it. Hope this helps.

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Robert Stevens wrote an answer about on April 6, 2009

My Five year old has always had to wear wide shoes. We have a hard time finding shoes that fit him well and usually buy New Balance shoes for him because they come in wides. These shoes fit him really well and they are usually his first choice. (I assume, at this age, he makes his choice based on comfort :)). Hope this helps.

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