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Nick J.

Nick J.

Seattle, WA

Nick J.'s Passions

Hiking & Camping
Skiing

Nick J.'s Bio

Wannabe pro skier. Living in Seattle, WA. I'd rather be in Utah... Skiing the keyhole at Alta/Bird.

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Nick J.

Nick J.wrote a review of on April 12, 2017

Fjallraven Travel Pack
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I am constantly searching for the perfect 'carry on - single bag travel'. This was my latest attempt to find my 'go to' option. The Fjallraven travel pack has almost everything I am looking for, but a few small improvements and it would be perfect. For reference. I recently used this as my only bag (carry-on) for a one week trip.

Pros:
-Great organization, the suitcase style opening and built in pack cube compartments were nice. As well as the front access pockets which I used for my toiletry kit and travel documents.
-Dedicated laptop sleeve/compartment and additional document storage on the back of the bag.
-Durable G1000 fabric material.
-35L size, no issue meeting carry on specifications.

Cons:
-The backpack straps are a comfortable material to the touch, but I found with a somewhat heavy load it wasn't the best back support. (at around 20 lbs)
-It visually looks a bit boxy when wearing as backpack, for my taste.

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Nick J.wrote a review of on March 8, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this thing for car camping, and couldn't be happier. It comes with so many different accessories at an unbelievable price point. If you were to add up everything you get and buy it individually, you would be well over 150$. I love how it all nests together for storage, and having both the fry pan and pot is really nice.

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Nick J.wrote a review of on August 11, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Before yeti, hydroflask, klean kanteen, there was Stanley. The green thermos your grandpa had was the original double wall vacuum insulated steel product. This pint cup uses the same technology and might be advertised as 16oz, but they left room for foam, because it measures out to 20oz. The lid is not leak proof, but rather a splash guard with built in bottle opener. Looking for the ultimate pint glass? Look no further.

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