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Unregistered User Monday, March 18th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Reds Dimension Pack 4.3, Ronin Gear 4+1
Marker Setup: VLM Merlin Spyder (1 of only 5 made) built by Larry Alexander from AKALMP, AKA Javelin, AKA Sidewinder, AKA Mitey Max, AKA Tornado Valve, AKA Lightning Bolt, AKA Beavertail/Cocking Rod, Shocktech ASA, Dye Mini Gauge, Ricochet 2k, Centerflag Hyperframe, and 68/4500 MacDev Conquest
Strengths: Well I thought the Reds pack was in my opinion the "best" and hard to improve on, but Top Stitch has come through carrying the Gold. Both are comfortable and hold the tubes securely. But the difference lies in the way the packs are made and configured. My Reds Dimension is made from 2 parts (belt and pack) which moved a bit more than the my new Top Stitch V4 (with loops) which is one solid piece. I am by no means stating that the Reds Dimension is an inferior fact it is a great harness, but the Top Stitch is even better. For roughly the same price ($70+), I'd go for the Top Stitch V4.
Weaknesses: It isn't cheap, but you get what you pay for. Plus you won't have to buy another one again unless you want a different color hehe.
Conclusion: Great harness without an equal. If you want the best (only the reviewers opinion), Top Stitch won't let you down.
10 out of 10

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