ianclimbs

ianclimbs

Where ever I may roam! But mainly North Ga and the Ga coast

ianclimbs's Passions

Hiking & Camping

ianclimbs's Bio

Knowing there's always some new thing to see or do drives me on. God put to much on this earth to sit around and not try to see as much of it as possible!

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ianclimbs wrote a review of on April 19, 2011

5 5

As my first down sleeping bag, I don't think I'll need to upgrade anytime soon! I love this bag, it's very warm, packs down pretty small (though not incredibly) and is very cozy, not uncomfortably tight or small, but just right (I'm 5'10' with a lean build). It has s nice smooth gliding zipper that goes most of the way around, and the construction seems to be durable, though I have had a few feathers come out, though not many. The collar around the bag tightens up on colder nights to keep heat in nicely. As a starter no frills bag that'll last a long time, there's no better bag!

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ianclimbs wrote a review of on April 14, 2011

3 5

This is my 3rd Sigg bottle, first steel works bottle. I like the wide mouth, its very easy to fill and the top is easy to screw on. With the other 2 regular mouth bottles I had, the tops wanted to cross thread, no problem here. However, the top appears to be made of plastic and doesn't feel like it could take a good direct drop, unlike the sturdy build of the bottle's body. The steel works is nice in that the membrane can't come off around the threading to get in your mouth (there is none) but it does seem to give the water a metallic taste not present in my other bottles.

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