Excelent video very helpful thats how to make a video
Good info. I have a external frame pack, been using it for 8yrs. I'm just worried an internal frame pack will be a pain to pack. A big stuff sack pack means the thing your looking for is in the bottom. The comfort thing sounds great though! May have to check them out.
i went the cheapest way i could and still have a good comfy pack i used to hike the tetons with an old military alice pack and frame i still use this pack but am trying a coleman max 65 lt. from wal-mart and it seems to be realy nice fits good and is roomy and only cost $70 i could not pass it up just to try it is the first internal frame pack ive hiked with and like it alot but i am not ready to give up on my other packs just yet just because im used to packing them and have spots for all my gear
Dude where's the Granite Gear?
Good video. Useful information.
Thanks for the very pertinent information. I'm hiking Philmont this summer and have to buy a pack for it. Comfort, capacity, and features are all very important and I'll be sure to keep it all in mind when I hit my local REI.
I am a want to be backpacker. Have always loved camping and hiking but suffered a severe back injury in 1990. After years... of physical therapy I am on the road to return to my love. From free weight training and pilates (everybody should try it), I have strengthened muscle groups to support my back. With all that said, I love these presentations and backpacker mag. It gives me motivation and hope. Thankyou.
I am a 57 year young male. Would love to get to the point where I could live in your world.
Keep up the good work.
Good vid, Kristin! There are so many packs out there now, and many ppl are overwhelmed with what they should buy. You broke it down & kept it simple. One thing I don't like about many newer packs is the addtion of unneeded straps, but that's another point. Good job on the vid.
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