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Trad Climbing
Camping
Snowboarding
Mountain Biking
Bouldering

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Sandi Longhurst

Sandi Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote a review of on November 10, 2010

5 5

The title says it all - because I am usually cold I got the Dual Core sleeping pad - 2.5" on it's own is really comfortable, adding the extra inch on this for 3.5" of sleeping magic is pretty sweet. It makes car camping more comfortable than sleeping at home (stars are always better than ceilings). I like that the inflatable portion zips into the memory foam portion as well so there is no sliding around. If this were wider I might just get rid of my bed entirely... maybe Big Agnes can come up with a 2-person version?

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Sandi Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote 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 Longhurst wrote 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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