Reviewed by sfreeman from Atlanta on Monday, June 3, 2013
I carried this recently in conjunction with a backpack -- so nice not to have to dig my phone/cash/chapstick out of my pack, and it doesn't feel like you're carrying a purse -- extremely lightweight. The zippers on either side open to separate pockets (back-to-back), and the third zip at the top dr...
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Reviewed by Lost in the HIlls from texas on Monday, April 20, 2015
Ultrathin, lightweight, and I like the grey colour.
What's not to like, especially when it's big enough to stash my keys, card holder and cell phone (Galaxy - IN a Seattle Sports E-Merse Original XL Dry Case http://www.sierratradingpost.com/seattle-sports-e-merse-original-xl-dry-case~p~8252c/) .
Everything is in one place and I can just grab it and go. I like the 4 pockets and seem to find a use for most of them. Closures are in just the right place.
I like that it's also small enough to stash in my shoulder bag or backpack, so I still have everything in one place.
Reviewed by Outdoorsy_Me from MN on Sunday, July 20, 2014
I was excited to get this, wearing it like a tiny purse with a neck strap. It does serve its purpose. HOWEVER, beware. It's cheaply made with cheap materials. I will admit I'm hard on things. But I've never had the following problems. for example, with my Eagle Creek or Timbuk2 gear. This item failed within the first two weeks I had it in two areas. 1) One end of the neck strap pulled out at its attachment point, rendering the neck strap useless unless I sew it back on with a ton of hand or machine stitching. Which seems pretty pointless when you know that 2) one zipper-pull head separated from the zipper itself, leaving no way to open that section other than pulling on the fabric to break apart the zipper teeth and ruin it.