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Bottom line: Great design, I wish it lasted longer, but I still love it and would buy it again.

I need 3L for long runs in the desert. In fact I usually have to refill somewhere along the way. Recently the reservoir separator completely ripped. Now the water sloshes all over the place. Bummer. But...it makes me realize how much I LOVE that separator. And I've stressed this thing to the max. Bouncing it up and down full of 100oz for tons of runs puts a good deal of strain on it I would imagine. I feel like I got my money's worth and I'd be willing to buy a new one. I could probably just get a new one too, although I don't know if I can live without it long enough to send it back for warranty replacement.

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I've been running barefoot for a long time (2 years?) Probably logged 500+ miles pure barefoot and another 500-1000 in shoes such as the Vibram Five Fingers and these Merrell Trail Gloves. Barefoot is great, but I really need some protection in the Rockie's. There's lots of rocks around here. ;) The Vibrams provide the closest thing to real barefoot, so I love them for that. But I've also injured my toes in them a few times. The Merrells protect your toes much better. The Vibrams are also harder to fit since they are toed. These have just a slightly thicker sole than the Vibrams. I feel like they give a lot of the barefooting benefit, but when I'm 10 miles out in the middle of nowhere, I don't have to worry about getting injured and not making it home. :)

I normally wear around a 10.5 and that's what I got in these, so they're reasonably true to size. My friends told me they had to size down a bit. Definitely don't size up. :)

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