Tyler  Olander

Tyler Olander

Tyler Olander's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Biking

Tyler Olander's Bio

But the place which you have selected for your camp, though never so rough and grim, begins at once to have its attractions,and becomes a very centre of civilization to you.

~Henry David Thoreau

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Tyler Olander wrote a review of on December 9, 2008

5 5

This daypack has got everything I need for biking, hiking, and going to class. It's external net pocket is perfect for wet clothes or things you'd want to access quickly. It will fit my helmet or my shell jacket. The laptop compartment is a great plus and will also double as a reservoir pocket for hydration on the trails. Many small pockets inside the stash pocket, some with separate zippers. The breast clip and waist-belt keep everything still on your body. Durable material that cleans easily. I recommend this pack for any use.

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Tyler Olander wrote a review of on December 9, 2008

3 5

This backpack gets the job done, and works well. I would only use it for school/commuting, though. It's just not built for the trails. It's got plenty of pockets for organization, and a large main pocket. I wouldn't recommend this backpack strictly for hiking purposes. You can pay a little extra for a much better daypack.

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Tyler Olander wrote a review of on December 9, 2008

5 5

These shorts should last you for a very long time. The material they're made of is relatively light-weight, and very durable. I have 2 pairs of these shorts, and they've been scraped on rocks, trees, and thorns multiple times without ripping at all. The built-in belt tends to tighten itself over time, and you'll have to readjust it, but that is the biggest problem I can think of.

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Tyler Olander wrote a review of on December 9, 2008

5 5

This is a great tool to have with you wherever you are. It has more than enough features to remedy most any problem on the run, but that's not always the best choice. Keep in mind that this tool is 10.8 ounces, and you're not going to want that considerable weight to your pack if you're just going to end up using the knife and the pliers. This tool is one of the best I've ever found, but sometimes it's better to go with a more "average" multi-tool that will be lighter but have fewer features. As with most gear, it just depends on how you're planning on using it.

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