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3 5

Big fan of Black Diamond - their carbon poles cant be beaten. Disappointed however by the flick lock mechanism on this pair needing constant adjustment. Trekking backcountry on near full extension (still 10cm to go), the pole continually slipping and needing adjustment. Will go back to the Razor's as preferred touring pole. The probe functionality whilst useful (not tested), was let down by the flick-lock.

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5 5

These boxer briefs are the only undies you'll need...end of story...
Three years down and all my pairs are going strong, still keeping everything where it needs to be, no wear or tear, elasticity great and most of all the best breathable, non chaffing boxers on the market...they are multipurpose and simply unbeatable...

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5 5

This bag (200cm) is ENORMOUS...

I have a pair of Armada JJ's, K2 Pettitors and Coombacks, plus associated kit - boots (scarps 28.5), helmets (x2), gloves (x3), extra safety gear (ice axe, skins, spare shovel), spare parts, waxing kit etc...plus the odd piece of clothing stuffed in the remaining gaps...of course this blows out your luggage allowance but for a four week trip in Japan...it did brilliantly. Packed again and headed for NZ in two weeks...

Highly recommend it...

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great choice for kids protection
4 5

two boys 6 & 7 - extremely active and always pushing it...this helmet has been excellent in terms of fit and adjustability, as well as functionality and according to them, comfort. No complaints of cold heads etc, so guessing its warm too...
Only complaint, the ear warmer inserts do wiggle loose, so tighten the adjustable straps to keep helmet firmly in place...(hence only 4stars). The Goat sticker is optional!

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5 5

July 2013:
Used extensively in Japan (refill via Rapie's in Hakuba) and New Zealand (refilled & new cylinder by SportivNZ in Christchurch - great sales service by these guys too.) Travelled back to Australia no issues with cylinder through X-ray - no questions asked by "TSA" equivalents. Great pack - HIGHLY recommend it.


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Jan 2013:
Whilst this pack doesn't negate the necessary and appropriate planning and decision making needed to assess backcountry risk, it does however add some piece of mind. this is my first air bag, replacing a track hardened Ospraie pack, but the BCA has all the same features, plus the air bag, that I love about great backcountry gear. The key backcountry kit of shovel/handle/blade & probe, beacon etc fit easily into the dedicated section. My 320 mammut probe, which packs to 44cms length, fits easily with room to spare. The general section fits all kit, including skins, first aid pack, bivvys x2, alpine harness,30m of rope, lunch, down jackets, spare gloves,500ml thermos, you can insert 2ltr camelback etc and any additional kit etc...the goggle pocket is tidy and will only handle current large frames, the helmet tie down is simple and functional to operate. The waist harness is hardcore, takes some practice to engage with gloves etc, but feels very sturdy (leg strap is easy to install). Whilst yet to activate the bag (hopefully won't need to either), the functionality, ease of use, quality materials and overall sturdiness of this pack should be an essential part of your backcountry gear. cheers ss

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Hi there...i have this pack and it holds the mammut 320 probe, which packs to 44cm, (the voile shovel and handle are in there too), with plenty of room to spare...so you should be right. its pretty voluminous...the rest of the pack easily fits skins, first aid kits, spare gloves, 500ml thermos, down jackets, sol bivvy's x2, emergency kits, food packs, etc...its a sizeable pack...cheers ss

Hi there...i have this pack and it holds the mammut 320 probe, which packs to 44cm, (the voile shovel and handle are in there too), with plenty of room to spare...so you should be right. its pretty voluminous...the rest of the pack easily fits skins, first aid kits, spare gloves, 500ml thermos, down jackets, sol bivvy's x2, emergency kits, food packs, etc...its a sizeable pack...cheers ss

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4 5

top of mt fuji (3717m), -1c, but brilliant blue sky, tho wind was howling on the ridge, the pullover did brilliantly. The wind proofing was tested and for the most part did a great job...packs down in the chest pocket to about 5 by 4 inches and compresses well...to stow in backpack...another pocket or two wouldn't go astray tho...(hence only 4 stars).

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