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mol3777102 wrote a review of on August 15, 2011

4 5

after a month with a standard hanging-style hitch-mount rack, we upgraded to this rack with the rails. it works much better for road and mtn bikes. it is stabile and does not rattle. the old rack did not accomodate my girlfriend's full-suspension bike. she is 5'3" and i am 6'2" and this works great. she loves it because it is easy to load and use. the two minor complaints are that you have to use a wrench to remove the rack from the hitch (though it is very secure), and the ratchet straps need to be secured well when not in use or it looks like they may come off.

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mol3777102 wrote a review of on April 12, 2010

4 5

I like this pack in the winter, when its cold and snowing. I do most of my backcountry skiing in the spring, so my Osprey Atmos 35 gets more use because the back has a much more breathable suspension system, which i like in the Sierras. The top pocket is perfect for easy access to skins. The lightweight waist belt handles the weight surprisingly well. Nice craftsmanship. The waist belt does not have a pocket for cell phones and snacks, like the Osprey Atmos 35 does. The skinny shape means you barely feel it while you ski. Lastly, I am 6'2" tall with a long torso and the large fit well.

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