3 lb 4 oz / 1480 g
2750 cu in / 45 L
29 in x 11 in x 9.4 in / 74 cm x 28 cm x 24 cm
Deuter-Ripstop 210 / Deuter-Duratex-Lite
I love this pack. It's comfortable even when heavily…
Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (Kept it)
I love this pack. It's comfortable even when heavily loaded (hauling firewood FTW!) and has a great hip belt/suspension system. It's also stood up to a fair bit of abuse.
My only complaint: I wish the hip belt were removable.
- Great hip belt and suspension
- Stands up to abuse
- Hip belt is not removable
I have a long torso but generally small build; fits great.
Great hip belt and suspension. I can even haul firewood for cabin camping with this thing. Easy to get a well-balanced, comfortable ride — not fiddly at all.
I've put this thing through the wringer, from hauling firewood (see above) to backpacking in nasty weather and using it as an improvised pulk belt to haul a sled loaded with coolers, which were in turn loaded with fish. Still does just fine and even looks pretty decent, too.
If you're careful and experienced, it carries enough gear for a four-night solo outing (including bear can) without having to be a hardcore ultralight type. Awesome overnight pack for newbies who need extra space.
As described above... have used it to haul firewood, haul coolers full of fish, backpacking in nasty weather (hail, high winds, etc.) and even some backpacking in nice weather too.