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W. Adam Brightwellwrote a review of on November 19, 2009

4 5

No real complaints about it. It worked well. I was able to fit a 110g fuel canister and my Snow Peak LiteMax Stove into it with a little room to spare. The sack it comes with is quite nice as well. It makes it easy to secure the pot shut. Perhaps I will upload some pictures when I get the chance. The reason I gave this product 4 instead of 5 stars is that it doesn't have volume "hash" marks on the interior or exterior of the pot. So it was a little difficult to measure the right amount of water for my Mountain House goodness.

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W. Adam Brightwellwrote a review of on November 19, 2009

5 5

This jacket is incredibly light. It comes with a stuff sack that seems to be made out of the same material as the jacket. It is feather light. I wore it at camp in the morning and nights, with only a base layer underneath. The temperature was in the mid-to-high 30's and low 40's. I stayed very comfortable. No complaints what so ever from this product. Mont-Bell hit the nail on the head with this one.

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W. Adam Brightwellwrote a review of on May 5, 2009

5 5

I bought two of these, size medium. I used one for my sleeping bag (Marmot Pinnacle) and another for my clothing. This item kept both completely dry in multiple down pours. The construction and materials are superior. Sea to Summit has hit the nail on the head with this item. Keep in mind, however, that is is not 100% submersible. There is no way to completely seal the opening, so it might not be a good choice for activities such as kayaking. But, for backpacking, I don't think you can find a higher quality stuff sack.

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