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endurance wrote a question about on May 13, 2008

Does anyone know if the battery housing on the current tactikka plus still come off easily when bumped or pushing the on button? I've noticed a few people had complaints from 2006. Wondering if people that purchased in 2008 had the same problem. Thanks

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endurance wrote a review of on October 22, 2007

3 5

These look awesome. Got many compliments but wearing this alone with a t-shirt underneath won't keep you warm during the cold mornings of Yosemite. These do have drawstrings and tightening them will keep the wind out but might need a long sleeve, fleece, OR a hardshell to be nice a toasty. Wish they had pitzips to dump additional heat when hiking or climbing.

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endurance wrote a review of on October 22, 2007

5 5

My friend uses the Ridgerest size small to pack light and reduce weight. But too bad your calves down have no padding. So I got the Z-lite size regular which weighs a few ounces more but alteast its long enough to cover my entire body. It's also very simlar is size folded up compared to the Ridgerest size small. Z-Lite costs more but the full body coverage and similar folded up size is worth it.

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endurance wrote a review of on October 22, 2007

4 5

True fit, feels comfortable, and lightweight. Everyone was surprised that The North Face made shoes. The ventilation kept my sweaty feet surprisingly dry. Although the dirt will leak through the mesh after hiking for a few hours in loose dirt/sand. But I'm sure this goes for all shoes with mesh. Seems a little looser on the toe end. This caused some blistering or maybe my feet are just prone to blisters regardless of shoes.

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