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Viper 13

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is a hydration backpack that offers a little space for extra stuff and does its job extremely well. With its included proprietary 3 liter water carrier, the pack is a very comfortable and highly usable way to bring water on your daily excursions. I particularly like the way bladder integrates with the pack. The array of pockets and openings is a little daunting initially. Introduction: The Osprey Viper 13 was my choice for a small hydration backpack for day hiking and occasional longer cycling… Full review

Exos 58

rated 5 of 5 stars I took this pack on the Boulder Mail Trail from Escalante, Utah, to Boulder, Utah. Three nights, lots of climbing into and out of slickrock canyons. It performed like a champ. I am in love with my Exos 58. It is perfect for multi-day trips.  I try to go light verging on ultralight. It easily swallowed my Backcountry Bed sleeping bag and my Flashlight 2 tent and a Bear Vault 500 with plenty of room for everything else. I think the tendency might be to overload this pack. It is probably best under… Full review

Rev Solo

rated 3 of 5 stars Coolest fanny pack available. A sleek and sporty styling makes for the coolest fanny pack I've ever owned.  Had a lot of bounce when I wore the pack on my lumbar. Moved it around to front and my belly helps keep it from jumping up and down. Rises up off the hips.  Very comfortable, even after you realize how tight you need to cinch it down to keep it from moving too much.  Enough space to hold a smaller smart phone (I still use an old iPhone 4 and it fits with room to spare, but I'm sure something… Full review

Talon 33

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Good day pack. I bought this pack for lightweight multi-day hikes. The bag has tons of features; belt pockets, hydration sleeve, removable brain with lots of pockets for organization. The webbing in the back panel does a great job of keeping the pack off your back and your shirt dry! The pack fits me great, and is comfortable, up to the manufacturer's suggested weight limit, which is about 15 pounds. Once over that weight, the pack becomes pretty uncomfortable and feels unstable. The hydration pouch… Full review

Volt 60

rated 4 of 5 stars Great entry level pack that offers the same quality as the more pricier models. Not as many pockets as other packs. It's an Osprey pack, with a lower price tag.  Same great warranty, durability, and quality design and construction. Torso length adjustment was easiest of any pack I've seen, and this is truly a one size fits all that will adjust in seconds. It's the adult pack my 12-year old gets to borrow for camp because of this. Biggest problem was fitting gear in, as it is a bit narrow. Volume… Full review

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