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Reinaldo's Passions

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five.fifteen plus wrote a review of on March 24, 2014

4 5

They are light, strong, keeps your stuff dry and organized.

I have so many to hold clothes, wet jackets, climbing gear, slack lines... you get the idea.

For a size reference: the small holds 80 feet of 1" webbing, two 10 foot sections of 1" webbing, 4 carabiners and 2 rap rings. And there's still a little room to spare.

A little more expensive than others but worth it in my opinion. I only wish we could choose the color.

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five.fifteen plus wrote a review of on April 12, 2013

5 5

Great fetching toy, especially for heavy chewers. My BC mix can chew his way out of a bank vault, but the gourd part of this toy is definitely the most indestructible toy I've come across. The rope won't last if your dog drags this toy around by the rope (like mine). But that's no biggie, a buck fifty will get you a three foot long rope at HD. And adding a longer rope allows me to really hurl this thing far, further than a chuckit can toss a ball. Or when I'm in a crowded dog park I'll tie the rope in a loop for shorter throws. Just be careful, this toy started a dog fight yesterday at my local dog park! Also my dog seems to go crazy over the irregular bounce pattern.

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five.fifteen plus wrote a review of on March 3, 2010

4 5

I bought this pack because of the sale, I needed to replace my trusty old Cato's which was pushing close to 10 years old I think. This pack seemed among the most spacious of all the north face daypacks. Plus I prefer to have one cavernous pocket as opposed to so many divided sections, and this one delivers in that aspect to.

I agree with the sizing issue that many have commented on. But the sad truth is that I tried on a lot of north face daypacks at a store and every single one was like that. However I'll say that I'm 5'10" 220lbs and I'm able to work with this one. It's not ideal as the shoulder straps are essentially all the way lax.

I have been a fan of TNF gear for a real long time now, unfortunately now it seems that they are moving towards the masses because it seems most of their packs have laptop sleeves and other non essential outdoor accessories. But this Solaris 35 holds to the ol TNF philosophy that I love which made pure outdoor gear and not bookbags.

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