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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Camping Friend from Layton, Utah on Friday, May 18, 2018
    Pros: The zippers are quality made and so is the construction.The individual totes help keep things organized and handy. Con: The individual totes need filled to stay rigid. I purchased the Mountainsmith Modular Hauler 4 in the past and have not had any issues. You can also purchase a cooler tote that will fit this organizer. I use the Mountainsmith Modular Hauler 3 in my Subaru Outback so I can easily move it to a desired location to make room for the dog, human, or whatever.
  • Reviewed by Chuck the duck from Washington on Monday, May 14, 2018
    This fanny pack is versatile, compact, and burly. Unlike most other fanny packs that are made of a thin (tearable) material, this is made from Cordura which will last forever. I tuck this in my backpack to use for day hikes on longer trips. It's also pretty good to use while mountain biking. I just hide it under my jersey and it's low profile enough that it disappears. Great product.
  • Reviewed by Jonathan Brett from Michigan on Wednesday, May 9, 2018
    Very solid quality materials and comfortable belt. Sent it back because the zippers are poorly designed. Very difficult to access due to the stiff overlapping flap that covers the zipper.

    I'm guessing this was intended to keep water out, but it sacrifices ease of access which is more important to me.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by L Zeng from CA on Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    Very light and durable so far... bought the 2nd time already. More useful for backpacking tent.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by atbaritone from WyoBraska on Sunday, April 22, 2018
    I have a love/hate relationship with these stakes, but like a lover who can't tear himself away from a toxic relationship, I keep returning. They are light, and are bomber in the ground--so much better than the flimsy round stakes that come with most tents. The notch that holds the guyline does its job well, but that is the weak point. When pounding the stake into the well-packed earth of your typical overused backcountry campsite, the notch area will bend or break or cause deep stress which you went to the mountains to avoid in the first place resulting in extra long yoga poses and hours of Wim Hoff breathing. But when I break all eight of these I'll buy another pack in the hopes that some day I won't need to recycle them into next week's beer cans.
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