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Jaguar 65

rated 5 of 5 stars Bought mine in 1981 when I lived in Todmorden just over the hill from where they were made. Only issue is my side pockets are buckle closed rather than zipped but anything I put in there goes in a zip lock bag. Bought mine in 1981 when I lived in Todmorden just over the hill from where they were made. Only issue is my side pockets are buckle closed rather than zipped, but anything I put in there goes in a zip lock bag. It is now my "Go Bag" in case the Zombies come! I can strap my rifle to it! I… Full review

SF Sabre 45

rated 5 of 5 stars This pack was designed for British Special Forces, is super tough 1000 denier nylon, 45 L main pack is expandable by adding the PLCE side pouches which add another 25 L capacity. Side pouches can also be attached to an optional yoke turning them into a day pay for exploring. Excellent pack, will easily carry 50 Lbs. I took it on a ten-day backcountry hiking trip and it was very comfortable, carried all my food and everything else with no problem, sheds water effectively in the rail. There are lighter… Full review

Bodmin III Mid Weathertite

rated 4 of 5 stars These are lightweight suede and mesh hiking boots. Comfortable and dry. Good all around hiking boot for spring through fall, winter without snow. Have used it for several hikes including some scrambling up steep mountain faces with no issues. Good value for the money. Full review

X-Lite 25

rated 4 of 5 stars I purchased this backpack more than a year ago in need of having a quality pack for upcoming race (MTB, trail run, canoe) with the possibility of using it as a day pack for almost any activity (town, long distance running, bike, short one day hikes...). It's not a true ultra light pack, but its weight (approximately 670 grams including back pad) is quite nice regarding its durability and features. Two compartments (both with waterproof zips) are more than enough to storage all the gear you´ll need… Full review

KSB 350 eVent

rated 1 of 5 stars Although these boots were comfortable, after less than 6 months they were letting in water. I did the high route from Chamonix to Zermatt and my feet were constantly wet. In the end I resorted to putting my feet in plastic bags to keep my feet dry. On close inspection I found that the Vibram soles were splitting,which isn't good after 10 months. On returning to the UK I went to the retailer (Sport Direct), who said to take it up with Karrimor, who in turn told me to take it up with the retailer. Full review

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Portland, OR 97209
USA

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