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It doesnt start your car and warm it up in the mornings, but it does dry you off after diving.
Well... its a bag. Actually it accomodates my scubapro jet fins really well which are pretty wide fins. It holds my mask, snorkel, dry box, towel, and some other stuff too. So its large enough for the basic stuff. Its what you pay for as one of the cheaper bags, but as long as you dont abuse it, it should be fine. The material could be a little heavier, but I havent had any problems with it. Being a back pack is handy when you have to trek your junk any distance.
I like this product. Its large enough to hold my wallet, sunglasses, keys, and then some. Its not too large though, and doesnt take up too much space in my bag.
This is a nice knife. Its well balanced, with a large enough blade to be useful without being bulky and in the way. Its light weight, and the handle gives you a secure feel even with gloves. It doesnt feel like its going to slip away easy. The sheath has a solid lock with an easy release, and the knife goes in and secures in both directions so you can position it anywhere (left or right handed) for easy access.
I really like this shorty. Its made well, and the sizing of it more closely fits my body type than most of the rest. If youre around 6, 183lbs, and fairly lean, a med. large fits nicely. Most of the others that fit in the chest have enough room to swim round in the waist. This one is nicely taylored.