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Flextrek 37 Trillion

TECR posted the following comment on the Flextrek 37 Trillion:
“You suckers, this is total crap made in China. “M-series” is a complete Arcteryx ripoff and i’m sure they’re suing. Plus, no one uses turgid spring release action anymore, please. Plus, hyperflex enforcement was tried, tested, and failed miserably by Hugh Grant with that ho. Plus, you can see very clearly in that fall that the pack is empty – bogus! Plus, I totally don’t buy his dominance of the landscape. Plus Archwood’s warranty repair is for sh*t. Plus, Steve’s lectures are a bore. Pls.”


The response from Rootsin Toobers:
To trecr, First of all, the good people at Archwood welcome your feedback and thank you for taking the time to give us your input! ¬†Everything in your comment is wrong. All Archwood products, including the Flextrk 37 Trillion, are the best products in the world. We take pride in their quality and although it is certainly a long term goal of ours, at this time none of our products are manufactured in China. Perhaps the most erroneous of your comments is your characterization of Steve Climber’s lectures as boring. Just because they are long and people don’t stay until the end does not mean these lectures are boring. ¬†We recently received a comment from someone who claims to have enjoyed a part of Steve’s most recent lecture. To put it simply, Steve Climber is ‘Nature’s Ultimate Enthusiast’.
Rootsin Toobers
Archwood Head of Marketing

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  1. Ron
    August 26th, 2009 at 20:13 | #1

    I did experience severe back pain as a result of wearing the Flextrek 37 Trillion on an arduous climb up Mt.Ranier. Luckily I had some Stryreechlinstral in my pack, after taking a couple of those I was feeling no pain. Thanks Juggernaut!

  2. Rootsin Toobers
    July 6th, 2009 at 21:08 | #2

    To Michael,
    First, the good people at Archwood want to thank you for purchasing the Flextrek 37 Trillion. As for your comments, all of them are wrong. Any “problems” you claim to have experienced are entirely unrelated to the Flextrek 37 trillion and it’s design. Your mental competence is very much in question, based on what you have written, and this is why you “almost died”. People such as you are a danger to themselves and others on the trail. The lawyers of the legions of outdoor enthusiasts whom you have traumatized will be glad to hear from your little group of “several” lawyers.
    Rootsin Toobers
    Archwood Head of Marketing

  3. michael
    July 6th, 2009 at 13:51 | #3

    THIS PACK is DAngerouS! I “wore” this “pack” on an excursion last weekend and it chafed the insides of my legs extensively! you guys need to go back to the drawing board and design a pack that gets the job done! I’ve contacted several lawyers to review my case (against you!) and you’ll be hearing fromus soon! jeez. and I almost forgot, yes. I did almost died [sic] of thirst because the waterbottle was always JUST OUT of MY REACH! Dangerous! I call it

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