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William H.

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William H.

William H.wrote a review of on September 10, 2008

5 5

Having a bowl along on a trip makes eating a much more civil event when in the wilderness. But when adding 4-8 oz of additional weight to do so, something has got to give. The Snow Peak Ti bowl I received weighs 53g (1.75oz). Hardly a noticeable addition to pack weight. It is strong and light and holds more than 2 servings of cereal, pasta, soup, etc. Being able to eat while cooking the 2nd course is a nice luxury to have.

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William H.

William H.wrote a review of on June 26, 2008

5 5

I've tried Osprey Switch packs - too heavy empty. Mountain Hardware Glisse Pack - ok, but not great, Life-Link Granite - too small. This pack fits the need. At 29 oz it can piggy back on a larger approach pack easily for day tripping from a base camp. For day use, it has all the room you need for skins, crampons, shovel, probe, emergency kit, scraper, knife, gob-stopper, 30m of rope + simple web gear, water, lunch, goggles, spare gloves. It carries skis best A-frame and serves as a nice day-pack for summer outings.

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