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Forrest

Forrest

Draper, UT

Forrest's Passions

Mountain Biking
Road Biking

Forrest's Bio

I ride bikes and take pictures.
BFA - Photography
Instagram: forrestdalmer
Strava: (you guessed it) ForrestDalmer

Forrest

Forrestwrote a review of on February 18, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

You will likely never wear out a Camelbak. In the last 20 years I have been mountain biking I have had two Camelbak's and the only reason I bought the second was because I was bored with my old one. The Mule is the perfect size for most mountain biking scenarios unless you are carrying all of the tools and gear for a sizeable group, the Mule can handle it.

I love the 100-ounce reservoir and prefer having too much water, or just underfilling the reservoir for shorter rides. I find that any time I am riding for more than 2 hours I reach for the Mule. Camelbak does a great job, the Mule is very comfortable and the internal organization is nice and thoughtful. I have had such amazing experiences with Camelbak that I cannot think of a reason to go with anything else for packs.

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Forrest

Forrestwrote a review of on February 18, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a big fan. I have honestly tried to avoid Yeti coolers because they seem so popular and I figure you are just paying for a name. I have insulated bottles from a number of other brands and have to say that the Yeti is my favorite. It feels slightly heavier and better constructed than many others I have had. The colored finish, if you get a colored one, is more durable than most other companies finishes.
Also, the straw lid for the Yeti's is way better than the straw lids for many of the other bottles. Yeah, it costs a little more but it is totally worth it.

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