Please review my application to test the Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Daypack. I have read and understood the current requirements in the Survival Guide Version 0609,and I agree to comply with all of these requirements as a tester particularly those stated in Chapter 4 and Chapter 5. I also have a signed tester agreement on file.
Name: Gail Staisil
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight: 152 lb (68 kg)
Boot Size: Women's 11 US
Email: woodswoman2001 AT yahoo DOT com
Location: Marquette, Michigan USA
During the long winter season I cross country ski or snowshoe most every day. I normally carry a daypack of some sort when I am off the beaten path (about half of my sessions). I carry emergency essentials for the remote excursions. I also anticipate doing a few multi-day sledge trips where the Ultra-Sil Dry Daypack would be either worn on my back or be placed in my sledge. The reportedly water resistant nature of the daypack is what interests me as it will be exposed to many types of snow as well as sleet and rain. Wearing a lighter pack would certainly be a plus as well.
Temperatures will fluctuate but the next several months should be anywhere from 40 F (4 C) to around -20 F (-29 C). Elevation is less than 2000 ft (610 m).
Current Tests and Stage (1):
- Chaco Tedinho Boots, IR completed
Test Status Page:
Many of my Completed Tests (72) and Owner Reviews (26) including 1 in the last year
Monitor (2 Currently):
- Hoboroll (waiting for one verylate report yet)
- Columbia Omni-Freeze Top
Thanks for your consideration.
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