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Reviewers Paid: $49.00
Ok...I got this pack because it was really cheap. I wasn't looking for comfort or anything like that...cause I can't afford it. I just wanted a pack that could carry a couple of ropes, draws, harnesses...etc. Well, it can fit all that stuff and an little bit more. Surprisingly...this pack is very comfortable... and very simple...there isn't a lot of hoopla on it. Just a straight forward pack...I never use the hoopla anyways.
This is the deal...if you want a good little pack that will carry stuff. It isn't fancy...but it will do the job. Anyways...it is light...and is good to climb with. Hey, if you want to know where I got it so cheap...Northern Mountain Supply...killerdeals.com, they have it in medium and small...so for you small people...go there.
Have I said enough? If you have any questions...you can email me...but no bad emails...ok. Take it easy and keep smiling.
Update: April 9, 2003
It is a shame that Dana does not make this pack. It is simple and gets the job done when you are doing a couple of days in the backcountry or carrying gear and climbing stuff to an overnight stay for climbs. The pack has no outside pockets except for the lid pocket. I don't thing you need them. Has single daisy chain, some lash points and strapping system that is simple. Not much to this pack, but it works well and is comfortable. Good luck finding one.
Design: two carbon wands that are crossed
Size: about 2800
Number of Pockets: 1
Max. Load Carried: climbing gear
Height of Owner: 5' 11"
Price Paid: $39.95