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Climbing

Sandi Longhurst

Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on April 11, 2011

4 5

As with all Haiku Bags the ladies at Haiku got it right. I love the easy access with all the pockets, the nice credit/ID card and the perfect phone pouch. There's also enough room for chap stick! The reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is my wrist strap attachment broke after having only a few months. I just clipped it onto one of the zippers so it still works fine.

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on December 2, 2010

5 5

This is a great set for camping or just around town. I love the all natural ingredients. All good goop is amazing for healing and the cooling spray not only eases pain, the active ingredient arnica actually helps heal as well. I have been a fan of the Elemental Herbs lip balm since I first discovered them, its the only one I carry in my bag. The sunscreen is the only wah, I am still looking for an all natural sunscreen that doesn't go on a funny color..

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on November 10, 2010

5 5

I LOVE this sleeping pad! It is blissfully comfortable, especially with the sleeping giant memory foam for car camping trips... and warm. I typically am freezing cold so decided to go for the extra weight with the dual core. Really happy I did. I camped out in the San Rafael Swell and woke up to frost in the morning. I was toasty warm (except for my toes which I believe are made of perma-ice and my nose). This is THE only way to go.

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on September 18, 2009

5 5

I have used this pack for climbing, hiking, biking (mountain and road)... even a stroll in Central Park. Good sized pack with enough water capacity for an outing and pack capacity for snacks, a windbreaker and cell phone. Mesh pockets inside the front pocket are great at keeping smaller items handy.

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on September 18, 2009

5 5

I lost the original bite valve off my Camelbak when my boyfriend tried to hike me to death up Perla's Ridge in Little Cottonwood Canyon. It slipped off as I was sliding up a scary section of rock with no protection and I wasn't about to go back down to retrieve something I could no longer see. Using the bladder without the valve (which I had to do for the rest of the trip) resulted in a lot of water spilled on my clothes. Upon return, a couple of bucks later: new bite valve in place, back to spill-free hydration. Thumbs up.

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on August 24, 2009

5 5

This is the first down sleeping bag I've ever owned and I love it. It compresses down super small for easy backpack travel and is nice and toasty. I used it in high 40's unzipped for most of the night with light base layers and socks. Only my toes got cold in the wee morning hours.

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Sandi Longhurstwrote a review of on July 13, 2009

3 5

I LOVE Burt's Bees products - best lip products and great skin care. However, I am disappointed in their sunscreen. The packaging says it leaves no white film though it did leave a hint of a yellow hue to my face (though not on the rest of my body) like a bad spray on tan. The lotion has a strange texture. It does protect against sun so job done.

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