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Terance Kim

Terance Kim

Terance Kim

Terance Kimwrote a review of on January 4, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

backpacking trip to Sequoia national park, raes lake loop, lower elevation had gnats/small flies swarming you, i mean every time you breathe in you get a couple up your nose, flying in your ears and eyes. my arms were more tired after that first day then my legs from waving a branch around me all day. wish i had this net, its only like an oz i could have spared that. only thing is its a little dark when you wear, and it get hotter than you would think for mesh. Oh the arm loops are weird, i never used them but i can see why it could be useful to keep it down and tight so nothing gets in

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Terance Kim

Terance Kimwrote a review of on January 2, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

A good cheap hang board for when you aren't as pumped as you could be. Has enough for 2 3 4 finger holds. Only wish it was a bit bigger or had one more to stick so you can go up or down. But oh well. The wood is a little more slippery than the plastic textured ones like the rock rings but not terrible

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Terance Kim

Terance Kimwrote a review of on January 2, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

At first used to only carry my tea, because I like the ceramic and the tea doesnt stain it unlike all the insides of my hydroflasks. Then one day I went camping and decided to bring some jambalaya. So good, kept it warm all day, and the wide mouth is awesome for heartier things like soup.

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Terance Kimwrote a review of on December 28, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

creates pet peeve of having to take time to fully charge a battery instead of swapping out new ones instantly. but that aside, the lithium last way longer than regular batteries, weigh less and easily replaced batteries in my tikka. it did take longer than i thought it would to charge my first time, but i dont really think its an issue. will have to see if the battery keeps its charge though.

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Terance Kimwrote a review of on December 28, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

but its everything else you are looking for in a lightweight cook system, just the right size in my opinion the 600 is too small, this is great for meals, the lid is cool to. not just a piece of indented metal that can easily fall off it has hooks in the front to be able to use as a strainer.

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Terance Kimwrote a review of on December 28, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

can be used as a small stool, albeit somewhat hard surface to sit on for extended periods of time. or a table. which is how i use it. I take it for my glamping trips and keep it in the back, its a handy little table for a couple beers and the dinner your about make on he campfire. for the really suave it got a wine glass holder but i've never used. its pretty light weight as well so all in all a pretty solid small stool/table

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Terance Kimwrote a review of on December 9, 2018

3 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

title says it all, its warm but its super crinkly, you move a pinky, which i am missing and you can hear a rustle. but it does the job, holds air, its relatively light, its warm, and you can hear the sound of rice krispies popping all night! Ive used it for a year while working for a conservation corp where we slept outside for months at a time. it would get down to 10F especially in north kaibab in the winter and early spring and i slept pretty warm, given i had a good sleeping bad as well though. it did get a hole in the bottom, and once it does it loses air fast, but i was able to patch it no problem, that being said the all around material is pretty thin, to keep things light, if you dont clear the brush under, or have a good footprint you will pop it on a twig or micro cactus that are just coming out of the ground

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Terance Kimwrote a review of on September 24, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Was working for a conservation corp during the winter in southern utah and it gets cold in the desert. Had a 20F degree down but was still pretty chilly as i tend to run a bit cold, and this liner did the trick. It adds a few degrees, but dont expect much more.
Its inner is fleece is nice and soft and comfortable on bare skin, while the outside is made of nylon which makes it easy to slide into your sleeping bag. But this can become a problem as ive had the liner twist on me during my sleep. its also pretty roomy, for 5'7 me, and allows me to bring my knees up which is a plus. Also a plus it helps keep your body stink in and keeps your nice down bag from smelling as bad, for when your out in the wild for days on end and a shower is the last friend your expecting. expect the stitching to give at some point with heavy use unless strengthened manually, i would say you get what you pay for, but i got way more use out of it for the price.

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