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ATI Rainier95 95L Internal Frame Hiking Backpack

by ATI

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  • Removable daypack
  • Hydration sleeve with an exit port
  • Sleeping bag compartment
  • Two aluminum stays
  • Adjustable torso length

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Product Description

Removable daypack for a short trip out of camp. Inside hydration sleeve with an exit port holds a reservoir(not included) for hands-free hydration on the trail. Three zippered pockets on top cover. Music port on top cover. Two zippered side pockets for accessories. Two mesh side pockets for watet bottle or accessories. Aluminum stays to provide an optimal blend of stiffness and torsional flex. Adjustable torso length to custom fit your torso and provide room for growth. Fitting a wide range of shoulders, foam-padded, contoured shoulder straps. Padded adjustable waistbelt helps create a custom fit and transfers pack weight to hips. Mesh back panel increases ventilation for increased comfort on the trail. Side compression straps and sleeping pad straps help stabilize and control the load. PVC coated internal provides excellent water protection. Available D rings on shoulder straps for hanging accessories. Chest buckle straps for stability. Padded lower back support. Fits torso 15 - 21.5 inches. Fits waist/hips 28 - 50 inches. Brand new. Imported.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 37 x 14 x 16 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B000XP66XW
  • Item model number: Gray
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #416,632 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I took it on a 4 day hike with me and was extremely happy with how well it did.
Branden
If ATI fixes their buckle problems then this would be a real good pack but having to tie your straps in a fixed position makes it difficult to get on and off.
Amazon Customer
There was no shifting or sliding of the weight, and I felt most of the load evenly distributed on my hips rather than my shoulders as it should be.
Brian A. Adams

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brian A. Adams on July 30, 2009
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I'm leaving my original review, but READ MY UPDATE AT THE END!!!

I've just recently taken up hiking, but don't have very much money to pump into gear. Also I live in an area that has little to offer in regards to sales specialists to help me decide what is right for me. I was worried about buying the pack online because I had no idea what it would feel like on me, or with a load in it. However, as I researched packs online, I found this one had everything I needed for a third of the price. Plus I really liked the idea of adding the day pack to it. Because your pack is such an important item, I wanted to review this thoroughly. When it arrived I immediately put it through some tests, and this is what I've found.

Pros:
~Very nice fit. I'm 67" tall, with a 42" jacket size. There were no gaps in the shoulders or back. The pack has strap adjustments to "fine tune" your fit if necessary. I didn't have to make a single adjustment so I'm not sure how well those would work. The hip strap fit comfortably around my lumbar and hips.
~It is well organized with everything the expensive packs offer. The rain fly is tucked away in it's own pocket near the top of the internal frame. Easily accessible, but out of the way. There are pockets everywhere, all with large sturdy zippers. I had no trouble unzipping them with light gloves on. The day pack is well secured on the back so it doesn't flop around when moving with a load in it. (I put my mess gear in it.) Oh, and something really cool is that your water bladder fits on the side of your pack, rather than behind your back. Something I was really relieved to find for two reasons.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Allen on April 11, 2011
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I purchased this pack for an outing. I recieved it and it looked pretty good, very roomy and comfortable. While backpacking I shifted my weight crossing an outcropping over a river and the plastic buckle on one of the shoulders broke loose almost pitching me into the river. By the end of the outing Both shoulder strap bbuckles, the waist strap buckle, and one of the tiediwn straps on top had broken off. You definately get what you pay for with this backpack.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gift Card Cystomer on July 9, 2008
This backpack made it through the airports from Minneapolis, MN to Bogota, Colombia without a problem. We were able to pack it full of gear and all of the extra pockets were nice for stashing little items. The extra little backpack came in handy on the trip as well. Only one very nasty lady said anything on the trip using this bag as carryon luggage(sweet, since any extra checked bags were $100) and I already had paid for one and needed the rest of the cash I had for empanadas and Aguila.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 25, 2011
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I have to agree with Allen on the buckle issues but all in all the pack construction was good, if you're looking to do any serious hiking with some heavy packs I would encourage you to buy a different product. If ATI fixes their buckle problems then this would be a real good pack but having to tie your straps in a fixed position makes it difficult to get on and off.
I plan to send an email to ATI to let them know that they have a good product once the buckles are fixed.

Eric Stevenson
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By csully5886 on June 17, 2011
This is an OK pack and just that, if you are an experienced hiker or if your are going to spend more then 3 days in the back country do not get this pack.
Pros- tough material, lots of straps, good pading, decent side pockets, removible food bag
Cons- weak zippers and buckles
When they made this pack they forgot all the small minor details that can either make or break a trip. When it was shipped to me the waist buckle was already broken so I had to pay extra to have it fixed and not just the waist buckle but all the buckles are made from cheap plastic. And when I was hiking one day the shoulder strap buckle snaped as I was desending down a mountain. The max when you prolly want to put in it from the cheap buckles is no more than 50lbs. It holds alot of space, however, it cant hold to much waight. After about 3-4 trips of using this thing you would have to replace it. Iv used it twice and its already trashed. Please, Save your money do it right and get a real pack! You pay for what you get.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Branden on September 9, 2010
My friend spent almost 200$ on a pack that is smaller than this one. He is pissed bc I got this pack big pack for the price I did. His 200$ pack has a very similar internal frame, his is just smaller. The pack holds everything you need and is put together well. It holds enough stuff to last you at least 10 days. I took it on a 4 day hike with me and was extremely happy with how well it did. I was a little edgy since it was so cheap i was worried it would be built cheaply but the construction is great and it seems fairly durable.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By csully5886 on December 29, 2010
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I just bought this item and haven't used it yet. However, right from the package the waist belt buckles were broken. The buckles were made from cheap plastic, but the rest of the buckles seem durable. The zippers are somewhat cheap so you have to be careful with those. The stitching seems ok but with a 50 pound load well see. I haven't used this bag yet and I bought this bag for week long excursions, but just from looking at it I really don't think its going to hold up with the load and the miles I plan on putting on it. It doesn't seem very heavy duty or rugged. I bought it for the price of only 65 bucks. But a bag like this and this big is for week long trips. And it occurred to me that if the bag cant hold up to the elements then why buy it. Its going to brake down halfway on the trail then your really up the creek. I could be wrong but we'll see. Pros- big lots of room, decent buckles, good padding, lots of straps, Cons- bad zippers, bad stitching, cheap waist belt buckle,
And no rain flap.
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