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Have had a couple of these for approx. 5x years now and they are  just so handy..

www.seatosummit.com travel lite ultra Sil. shopping bag. Why do you need one you may well ask.?

Because it is so tiny, it can live in bottom of day bag until you get overloaded with veges, gifts, tools etc. and can pull it out like a magician and hey presto- instant STRONG bag. So strong that a grown man can stand in it and be lifted by handles ! They also make a tiny back pack, but it doesn't get used much. S2S make some great products and have never let me down.

No, I don't have any involvement with Company, merely like to use good products.

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Aye, never heard of this company either. I will definitely take them into consideration though. Are they a niche/non-mainstream company or more heavily marketed in the pacific?

 

 

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Thomas, their products have been available here for 15 years?

Everything I've tried that they make has been a winner. Well thought out, designed and manufactured.

Very impressed with the Sil.nylon products. Incredibly strong and light.

I guess one could describe them as a niche company, as they specialise in lightweight outdoor products.

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On 2/28/2016 at 2:23 AM, kiwitransient said:

Thomas, their products have been available here for 15 years?

Everything I've tried that they make has been a winner. Well thought out, designed and manufactured.

Very impressed with the Sil.nylon products. Incredibly strong and light.

I guess one could describe them as a niche company, as they specialise in lightweight outdoor products.

Good to know, I think I will reach out to them to see if I can get my hands on them here in the great north.

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I bought one of these a few years ago at a camping store and never used it, it stays in my car glovebox. When i read this i gave it a go when out and about last week. Was impressed ill have to grab a couple more to stow away in packs and the car. seatosummit have been here for a few years as well. Good call Kiwitransient thanks, have you tried any of their other gear particularly their tarps and ponchos?

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