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August 07, 2016 1 min read

The Hagan ZR received this mention from Craig Dostie, serving as the Backcountry Magazine "wrench" following the BC Mag Gear Test: "While the Hagan was Spartan on features, the few who tried it had no complaints, even commenting on how easy it was to get into despite no alignment features. Zero complaints ... in the turns department, which surprised users since the lack of mass did not necessarily inspire confidence."

Read the full story at Backcountry Magazine's site.

Michael Hagen
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