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Camping
Trail Running
Paddling

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jbaird3

jbaird3 wrote a review of on May 20, 2005

5 5

After a good bit of research I chose this pack specifically for a 24 hour adventure race that I did a little while ago. It is super light and I love the net in front for the bike helmet. The straps did a good job of cinching everything down so it was comfortable when I ran. The only thing I would change would be add a couple of small accessory pouches inside the pack for carrying small gear, but then again, that would make it heavier. Buy, you will love it!!!

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jbaird3 wrote a review of on May 20, 2005

5 5

I purchased this for adventure racing and have no complaints about it. It stayed on my head and was easily adjustable when I needed to put it around my bike helmet (even after hour 22 of a race when you don't have much brain power left). The LEDs are bright enough for use while biking on road and in the woods and if you need to pin point something in the distance the halogen is basically a mini spot. I am not sure about a few of the descriptions that say it can go 100 yards but I could definitely pin point a control at about 30 meters without a problem. I also like the fact that the halogen beam can be spread if needed. The Myo 5 has two more LEDs but honestly, I wouldn't spend the extra $40 for them (I'd spend $20 maybe) because I was able to ride through the woods and feel fairly confident that I wouldn't hit anything.

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jbaird3 wrote a review of on May 20, 2005

5 5

I purchaced this for adventure racing and have no complaints about it. It stayed on my head and was easily adjustable when I needed to put it around my bike helmet (even after hour 22 of a race when you don't have much brain power left). The LEDs are bright enough for use while biking on road and in the woods and if you need to pin point something in the distance the halogen is basically a mini spot. I am not sure about a few of the descriptions that say it can go 100 yards but I could definately pin point a control at about 30 meters without a problem. I also like the fact that the halogen beam can be spread if needed. The Myo 5 has two more LEDs but honestly, I wouldn't spend the extra $40 for them (I'd spend $20 maybe) because I was able to ride through the woods and feel fairly confident that I wouldn't hit anything.

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