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  1. #1
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    Aerosize Vest One

    Does anyone have experience with the Aerosize Vest One? Any success stories? Comfort level? Seems like a start up/new product based out of Poland. Did a bit of googling on TGR and Reddit but doesnt seem like there is much info out there.

    Link: https://new.aerosize.com/

    Looking for a large avvy bag to handle multi-day point-to-point tent tours. With the industry basically eliminating larger (> 45L) airbag bags, this seems like a great combination (albeit an expensive one) to use with a pack of your choice.

    Cheers

  2. #2
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    How do you do with sternum straps? The upper sternum strap is right at your throat plus the main strap with the leg loop makes a lot of strap on one's chest. If your leg loop is a little loose (or if it wedges up into the nethers), the upper strap could be a strangler in a deployment.

    I would want to try one on before throwing down that kind of money, but it looks like what you are wanting.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher23 View Post
    Does anyone have experience with the Aerosize Vest One? Any success stories? Comfort level? Seems like a start up/new product based out of Poland. Did a bit of googling on TGR and Reddit but doesnt seem like there is much info out there.

    Link: https://new.aerosize.com/

    Looking for a large avvy bag to handle multi-day point-to-point tent tours. With the industry basically eliminating larger (> 45L) airbag bags, this seems like a great combination (albeit an expensive one) to use with a pack of your choice.

    Cheers
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  4. #4
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    Vest ONE

    The upper sternum strap is not the obligatory one, you don't have to buckle him up if you're worried. It just helps to keep vest tighter to your chest.
    Legloop is in the form of a spring so it is still slightly taut when squatting and standing.
    I work for Aerosize and will help answer any questions you have.
    I can put you in touch with a guy in the jackson hole area who has some vests and would be happy to tell you more or let you try them on.
    Unlike backpacks, the straps are placed just under the armpits, so the upward shift is not large
    Last edited by wwt3k; 09-07-2021 at 01:29 PM.

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