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rated 3 of 5 stars Great shoes for everyday use and trekking. I have used this shoe for everyday and in mountains.  It fits great and is very comfortable.  The grip is great and shoes could be used for some easy climbing.  I have used them for approach to the routes in mountains and descent. Quality: I am not satisfied with quality. I have used them in mountains few times and descended scree once and got a few holes in the leather.  I have used these shoe for few months. Although I am great Millet fan, I wouldn't… Full review

Khumbu 65 + 10

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I consider Millet Khumbu the best traveling backpack I have owned so far. Being made of Cordura (new models of Kodura) it is very durable. It also supports your back very well, even fully loaded. I have been trekking with close to 30kg with no problem with it. One attribute I consider essential for a good travel backpack is many external compartments, which I especially like about Khumbu. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an all-in-one use backpack for longer travel/trek. Full review… Full review

Odyssee 60 + 10

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This pack is durable and holds bulky gear within reason. Can't feel sub- 35 lb. loads with its great suspension. Unfortunately, zippered pockets are hard to reach. I would definitely recommend this pack — built to last. Pretty bombproof with a tradeoff in weight. Good pack if you can still find it. Great fit for those still wanting a little comfort with their lightweight backpacking. Suspension subdued 30lbs on uphills easily — didn't even feel it. 3D Air System didn't leave me clammy on a humid… Full review

Odyssee 50 + 10

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have owned this pack for about two years. Bottom line this pack is tough. I have taken it up a headwall on Mt Washington (Great Gulf Trail). Fully loaded and it was steady, no out of balance at all. It is a top loader with a lot of room and packing options. I would very much recommend this pack! Full review

Alpinist GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars It's rock solid boot, step-in crampons compatible, well built. Inside the boot is covered with mix skintec thin leather so the gore-tex membrane is very well saved from wearing down. Gore-tex duratherm is supposed to perform like an insulation layer as well, but no such thing is available if you stop the activity and stand still. My fingers were all cold. I do not know how they would have turned out if I had stayed in the snow longer. No break-in period, cannot complain about it at all. They are… Full review

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