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Trad Climbing
Camping
Backpacking
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
Sport Climbing

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Chris Price

Chris Price wrote a review of on June 6, 2013

3 5

I've had this towel for almost a year. Bought it as a light weight backpacking towel, although I use it any time I go camping. I have the medium. I use it to dry myself off after showers or whenever I'm wet. It absorbs water, but it leaves my skin still feeling damp. After getting all the water off of me I still have to air dry a bit before getting dressed. It's not really soft either; kind of feels like cardboard. With all that said, this thing is super light and dry's really fast. Which is what you want in a backpacking towel, so for that purpose it works; if you like to dry off with cardboard. For my next towel purchase I will probably go for something a little softer.

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Chris Price

Chris Price wrote a review of on January 7, 2013

My Favorite Pants!
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these pants! They fit great. Perfect length and waist size. The waist has elastic which just makes the pants more comfortable. The legs are tapered so there is no bagginess near the feet. I wear these for everything from rock climbing in the spring and fall, alpine climbing, winter hiking, and sledding with the kids. Great in the winter with a baselayer.

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Chris Price wrote a question about on June 30, 2012

Someone please explain to me how this is hydration compatible. There are two holes at the top of the shoulder straps which i assume are for bladder hose, but this pack has no internal hydration sleeve or internal strap to hang the bladder. How do you keep it from moving around inside the pack? Bad design for a pack that is supposed to be hydration compatible.

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