43830Re: folder needed
- Dec 31, 2003Thanks Andrew. Uploaded, links appear to work etc. Jim the added
text reads as follows.
As for the HydroLite Stuff Sack being waterproof, I don't gather
that the bag is designed as such. Without a way to seal the top
opening, whether the bag's body fabric is water proof or not is
really immaterial to a point. One advantage of the Hydrolite fabric
over a non-waterproof fabric would be splash protection. I will
say, the seams do not appear to be taped or seam sealed. But if the
HydroLite fabric is truly water proof then at least some protection
will be afforded.
-- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, Andrew Priest <apriest@b...>
> At 05:15 AM 01/01/2004, you wrote:Also
> >I finished my IR for the OR stuff sack. I dont see a folder.
> >I would not consider it a compression stuff sack or a dry bag andMaybe
> >that is the only catagories I see. I thought a compression stuff
> >sack has some type of external straps which squeeze and lock.
> >just a catagory of stuff sack would do. Thanks20HydroLite%20Stuff%20Sacks>
> Hi Coy Boy
> The folder is at
> or Reviews > Stuff Sacks, i.e., under the main heading "StuffSacks."
> http://BackpackGearTest.org : The most comprehensive interactive
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