I purchased this pack several years ago, and humped…
Max. Load Carried: 50 lbs
Height of Owner: 6'4"
I purchased this pack several years ago, and humped it for many many miles. Not only did it withstand all the abuse I gave it, it was very comfortable. The hydration pack strapped to the outside proved to be cumbersome while bushwhacking, so I chose to leave it home for use on day hikes.
I loved this pack and would still be using it had it not been stolen. I would have bought another, but decided I needed a little more room and opted to upgrade to the ROKK Minaret.
Awesome bag -- I also own a Dana Design and Granite…
Size: 6200 cubic inches
Number of Pockets: tons!
Max. Load Carried: about 50#
Height of Owner: 5"7
Price Paid: $130
Awesome bag -- I also own a Dana Design and Granite Gear pack and this one is surprisingly in the same league! Fits a wide range of torsos too. I've taken it on the "rough" trips when I didn't want to use my more expensive bags. It's been through the ringer and back and does just fine - Great buy!
Huge capacity! I've had this pack for four years,…
Size: 6200 inches, 92 litres
Max. Load Carried: 60 pounds
Height of Owner: 5 ft 8
Price Paid: 180 CND
Huge capacity! I've had this pack for four years, and I've taken it backpacking, skiing, snowshoeing, even for groceries! No rips or tears, still as new and comfortable as the day I bought it.
I recently used the Rokk Talkeetna on a 3-day cross-country…
Design: internal frame
Number of Pockets: 2
Max. Load Carried: 46 lbs.
Height of Owner: 6' 1"
Price Paid: US $129
I recently used the Rokk Talkeetna on a 3-day cross-country ski-backpacking trip. It is very stable, very comfortable, and holds LOTS of gear. In addition to the top access, there is a diagonal 2-way zipper on one side for easy access. A removeable top and hydration pack (no bladder included) convert to fanny pack and day pack. Well designed and very strong.