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rum4145472 wrote a review of on June 22, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The North Face Patrol 34 is so far the best pack I've owned. It can do so many activities for almost all 4 seasons. The face material is awesome, durable, despite my first impressions of it being so thin. The pack fits excellent, better than any other I've had, having many adjustments for a customized fit. The goggle pocket is an excellent addition, along with the hinch 2.0. The pack can hold enough for an over-night excursion, and the aluminum frame allows me to carry up to 30 lbs comfortably. The crampon pocket is also nice. The pack can do so many sports, whether it be hiking, climbing, skiing, and the list just goes on and on. I personally think the Patrol 34 is the best pack in it's class.

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rum4145472 wrote a review of on June 22, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought the Black Diamond Revelation Pack and was first pleasantly surprised by it. I thought it was extremely durable and functional. However, I started noticing how Black Diamond did not do a good job on the details. So far, I've had a broken zipper, failing buckles, etc. and although I have repaired them, I have not even taken them outside for anything wet. The bag was failing when I was PACKING it. I did not even pack it half way. Although the bag's design looks excellent, I am sticking to my The North Face Patrol 34 for most of my tasks.

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rum4145472 wrote a question about on January 4, 2013

I have a Smith Phenom with a ignitor mirror lens. However, I seem to have a headache after wearing the goggle, even for short periods of time. I am used to cylindrical lenses, and this is a spherical lensed goggle. In addition, I am also used to non-tinted lenses, except for brown. Is the problem due to the lens type, or due to the tint I chose?

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