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Anthony L.

Anthony L.

Anthony L.

Anthony L.wrote a question about on February 9, 2018

So I am just starting with mountaineering. I don't have money for mountaineering boots yet and don't need them for a while from what I was told. Will the new classics be my best bet for normal winter boots? Will they work with most types of boots and even shoes if for some reason I wanted them for that?

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Anthony L.

Anthony L.wrote a review of on January 26, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So I made a video, the link will be at the end of this. I forgot to show the front zipper, which unzips to reveal all the contents of the pack so you don't have to pull everything out to find what you need. This pack is super comfy even with 70lbs in it. Watch the video.

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Anthony L.

Anthony L.wrote a review of on October 9, 2015

4 5

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

Well, I've only used it a couple of times now. The 15L fits my 12 degree down bag just fine and gets it down to a very small size. Overall I'm satisfied with it. I will probably update when I have used it further. The first time tightening the sack it made some scary noises near the seams I think it was, but maybe that's just a one time thing. Maybe I tightened it too much because I do have a lot of strength behind me, not sure. We will see if the seams hold up in the future. As of now the sack seems like it's pretty good quality for the price.

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Anthony L.

Anthony L.wrote a review of on October 9, 2015

5 5

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

Ok so I got this pack a few weeks ago, and so far I've only used it once. I had over 60 pounds (the limit) in it because it was only a two nighter so I was like well let's pack some extra goodies. It felt real light on my back. The material is definitely durable and there is plenty of room inside and outside. I do like that the water reservoir holder is on the outside of the pack. Allows more room on the inside. The detachable daypack is basically just a fanny pack, unless I used it wrong. The daypack isn't very comfortable, and I would recommend a different on than the detachable portion of this pack. Definitely was just going to be an extra bonus if it worked out to be a good daypack. I love that you can access the pack from the bottom, front, and top too. Excellent and useful feature. I'm extremely happy to have this as the first pack that I've personally owned (Borrowed my friend's pack for a while). I will probably update my review once I take it on some longer more intense trips. So far so good though! Oh yea I am a male, 5'11, muscular 200lbs, and the large seems to fit me very well.

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