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Old 08-14-11, 10:17 AM   #1
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Sea to Summit Equipment

Anybody have any long term experience with this brand of equipment?

I need to replace/upgrade some of my older equipment and am wondering about the durability. I am pretty old school and realize that durability and lightweight don't always intersect. As an example I use the MSR Dromedary bags, I know that they are all but indestructible, but weigh.

As an example the 10 litre Dromedary bag versus the StoS pocket shower.

What I have typically done in the past is to carry a 6 litre dromedary bag on the rear rack, by the time I get to camp I have warm water for a shower, refill the bag and I have water for cooking. The whole MSR shower and bag arrangement weighs in around 385grams vs the 120 grams for the pocket shower.

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Old 08-15-11, 01:22 AM   #2
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I've used a couple of there drybags & a couple silk bag liners for 5+ years. Good quality.
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I am probably a little biased as they are a home town company for me but I have a few pieces of their gear and they are always on my short list when I am looking for new items that they also manufacturer.

Good Aussie gear

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website says they are in Colorado, have to visit
to see if they even own a sewing machine, or its all jobbed out to another country.
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Sea to summit makes expedition quality stuff.Lots of S2S stuff on every major climb in the world.Mostly known for dry sacks,stuff sacks and bag liners.
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