I had a since the late 90s and thought it was time to buy another one. I have a and a backpack. And the coleman is just as well made as the so I figured I couldn't go wrong with a Sleeping bag. It is warm and durable,I'm happy with it.
I bought this product for the price. A good value at the stated retail price, but couldn't pass up the clearance price. Right away upon opening, I was impressed with the effecient and careful packing. No scratches, dings, or damage. I found the instructions straightforward and easy to follow. All parts and hardware were present, and *** even includes a number of extra bolts, nuts, and washers (which is good becasue I inevitably drop ONE, and it ALWAYS rolls under the cabinet). The parts fit together very well. The trays are easily sized to fit a variety of cross bar sizes, shapes, and widths. This is my first roof rack that accepts fully assembled bikes, and I am very excited to test it out!! As with most assembly required products, the first one took about 45 minutes to assemble, including unpacking, finding parts, following the instructions, and mounting on my roof rack. The second one took about 30 minutes (including adjustments to the first tray which was already installed), and the third and fourth ones (I bought two of these products) each took about 5 minutes to assemble and about 5 minutes to install. Altogether about 90 minutes for 4 complete trays. I would make one recommendation to buyers which is not in the instructions: Completely assemble the trays and uprights, but only tighten the bolts enough to hold them sungly together (but still loose enough to slide the parts). When you go to mount them on your roof rack, this will make adjustments much quicker and easier. After you have each tray positioned and sized the way you want it on your roof rack, then tighten all the nuts and bolts. I would buy these again without hesitation, and probably will buy two more so that we can haul 6 bikes. I will try to revise my review once I have road tested it.
Only used once so far, it was 104F days and 90's night in RV site. Tent set up easily, good instructions. Allot of ventilation, opening all vents allows any breeze through, might also bring prying eyes in. Love the vestibule, like having a boot room and a walk-in closet! Only concern is the pegs for tent and guy wires, not up to western large rock gravel. replaced all pegs with 9" nails (ore more). All in all a good bargain.
For the price the jacket is very good value. The fit is good except the shoulders do pucker some at freeway speeds. I had one cantankerous zipper. The armor inside the jacket needs to be adjusted only slightly to fit your body every time you put on the jacket... seems loosely fitted. be careful not to catch fingers on this armour liner it might tear. I make a fist works perfectly. The sleeve length was perfect. Ridden in 90+ degree heat and the temperature inside the jacket is very comfortable, stop and go rush-hour would not be so cool. So buy one, you get a quality product with some caveats...
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