Reviews

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Very versatile, well thought out. Mine's getting a…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars

Summary

Very versatile, well thought out. Mine's getting a bit tired, so if anyone has one they'd like to get rid of, let me know (Mario: in2theunknown@excite.com).

Pros

  • Well thought out
  • affordable
  • tough

Cons

  • none

This is a well thought out, economical, tough, and attractive pack.

Its size works well for large day loads to light hut trips.

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I absolutely love this pack. I've used it for everything…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: top loading internal frame
Max. Load Carried: 40
Height of Owner: 6'
Price Paid: $99

I absolutely love this pack. I've used it for everything and it has never let me down. From hauling chainsaw fuel on trail crew to 30 lbs. on a six-day thru hike, this is my go-to pack. Great lash down points and compression straps. My only wish is that the top lid was convertible to a fanny pack. I wish they still made it, but mine has been going for nine years of steady use.

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Great pack for an overnight or short weekend (more…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: Internal Frame
Size: Approx 3000
Number of Pockets: 1 inner, 2 in top
Max. Load Carried: 40 lb
Height of Owner: 6'0"
Price Paid: $190 ($90 internet sale)

Great pack for an overnight or short weekend (more if you've got someone to share the load with). A little small if you're going by yourself. Tons of strap-on points to lash on lots of stuff. Top pocket extends up so you can make it quite tall and still lash things down. Takes a bit getting used to to figure out how to pack so you can get to things and still be comfortable. Support pad comes out and makes a decent sleeping pad in a pinch.

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Nice small pack for one or two-nighters. Great for…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: internal
Size: 2700 cubic inches
Number of Pockets: 3
Max. Load Carried: 25 ibs
Height of Owner: 6ft
Price Paid: $100

Nice small pack for one or two-nighters. Great for backcountry skiing and snowboarding because of its size. Lightweight and comfortable. If you can find them around, pick one up.

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Finally! A smaller pack whose hipbelt doesn't fit…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: Internal/adjusts to rucksack
Size: 45L
Number of Pockets: 3
Max. Load Carried: 40lb
Height of Owner: 5'6"
Price Paid: $179.95

Finally! A smaller pack whose hipbelt doesn't fit like bra! Removeable frame, folded,closed cell back pad makes 3/4 length bivy pad. Very Nice!

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Trango Alpine Pack

Discontinued

The Alpine Pack has been discontinued.

reviewers paid:
$90.00 - $179.95

The Trango Alpine Pack is not available from the stores we monitor.

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