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CUSCUS 75+10L 5400ci Internal Frame Camping Hiking Travel Backpack

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  • Easy access to main compartment via top and front.
  • A separate sleeping bag compartment with detachable divider from main compartment with easy access.
  • Adjustable padded shoulder straps, waist straps and chest straps stabilize the load.
  • Heavily padded back panel, shoulder and waist straps.
  • Extra strapping at bottom of the bag for attaching a sleeping bag.

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Product Description

New internal frame backpack with a capacity of 5,400 cubic inches or 75 liters. Two front zippered pocket. Two large zippered side pockets. Top lid pocket for compass, maps, small essentials or raingear. Two side stretch pockets for water-bottle and accessory. Pockets are 8. Extra webbing holders for attaching additional gear to outside of pack. PVC coated internal provides excellent water protection. Frame is aluminum, removable. Fits torso is 15 - 21.5 inches. Fits waist hips is 30 - 59 inches.

Product Details

Color: Gray
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002748MUM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,228 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

We would recommend these backpacks to others.
Celeste Swanson
The buckles seem of a lower quality and would slip a bit when tightening the straps down - but never broke.
Roostermiester
Everything seems to be well made, well stiched, and very durable.
Randy Hillyard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

161 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Randy Hillyard on February 10, 2009
I got my pack in today and the first thing I did was inspect it from top to bottom. Everything seems to be well made, well stiched, and very durable. It has alot of pockets, extra tie downs for add on's, and the waist/shoulder straps seem to be well padded.

It did not specify in the description, but it does have a place to put a water bladder with an exit hole for the tube.

As in other reviews one complaint was stiff zippers, but I found the zippers to open easily, they are large zippers with cord attached, the only difficulty I had was with the zipper on the bottom section and it wasn't the zipper that caused the problem, but the flap that covered it, however I found this to be a problem on all of the packs I have looked at.

I looked at alot of packs at many different stores. Prior to finding this pack, I was about to spend $180 for one the same size, it did carry a life time warranty, however no more than I paid for this pack, I can afford to replace it if it gets damaged beyond repair.

I originally gave this pack a good review, however I used my pack for the first time this past weekend and the quality of this pack is horrible...on the very first day of the hike a zipper broke, and the belt fastener of the waist band broke. On the second day i was securing my sleeping bag and the strap broke, so i had to finish my hike without a waist strap and i had to tie my sleeping bag onto my pack. I am currently trying to find out how to contact the company so i can see about getting my money back.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By G. Risner on October 28, 2008
Color Name: Green
Worth more than I paid, (don't tell the manufacturer) - I am a big guy at 6"1" 250lbs. This pack adjusted to fit me just right. The straps are all double stitched, the fabric is of a good quality, and all potential weak points are reinforced. I didn't expect much in the way of quality or features based on its price, but once it arrived I was very impressed. So much so that I called a buddy of mine who is also a Scout leader and he purchased one that day. We both used them last weekend. My buddy is approximately 5' 10" 180 lbs and the pack adjusted to fit him just fine. Once adjusted properly, you hardly notice the 40-50lbs on your back that is because it transfers the weight to your hips. This is a perfect pack for all normal Scout outings. I cannot tell the difference between this and a $150+ pack that you can buy at REI. Maybe it weights ½ lb more? The only drawback I can see is that it does not have a built in rain cover. But for the price and weight I will carry a tarp that I can serve a dual purpose and can be placed under my tent.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By R. Timmerman on April 27, 2009
One mile into my first trip with this pack, the clasp on the hip belt broke. Fortunately, my hiking buddy had a spare on him and I was able to replace it. Other than this, the pack performed well. It's a good price, but I recommend keeping spare parts on hand.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ryan E. Craig on July 30, 2009
I took my first hiking trip this spring. I purchased this bag because of its low cost and good ratings. The bag held everything that I needed, but didn't carry the weight well. After about 2 days the bottom strap broke... while I was on the top of one of the trails in the Smokies. I think the build of this bag is great other than that and it kept everything dry in the rain. If I wasn't by myself and carrying everything on my own, it would have handled the wight and load just fine. If you need a good weekend bag, this one will be great!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jackson on December 3, 2010
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
I took this on a 75 mile loop through the BWCA. So I was canoeing, hiking & portaging. I really put this pack to use. I found the shoulder straps, and waist straps to be uncomfortable after awhile. I placed extra shirts under the straps for extra padding. They rubbed my shoulders almost raw towards the end of my trip. During the trip I had busted a zipper, and after the trip I noticed that rips/holes were forming on the side pockets at at the very bottom wear I had threw my pack down after long portages and what not. I don;t treat my camping gear with too much care, because after all its camp equipment. Its meant to be rugged and withstand that abuse. After long exhausting hikes, the last thing I think about is putting my pack down gently.
There is a ton of room in this thing. You can fit a weeks and weeks worth of gear into it. But the more weight the more your shoulders will suffer from the so so straps. It can be adjusted a lot which is nice. Once one adjustment got unbearable you could adjust slightly to relieve some of the pain. This was a continuous cycle.
It got wet a bunch during the trip. It dry's somewhat fast when empty and if there's a nice breeze. Once wet its heavy! The material used absorbs the water and holds it until you do something about it.
Good pack though, if your a beginner and don't plan on huge adventures in rugged terrain then this pack is great! I would recommend this pack for mild explorers!!!

Cheers!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Everest Hillary on August 9, 2010
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I bought this pack for a trip up Mt. Whitney and I did plenty of research prior to buying, on packs, both expensive and cheap. I feel incredibly satisfied with this purchase. First, this is a quality pack. Don't let the price fool you. It's cheap, but not cheaply made. The stitching, the straps, the fabric, it is all well made and durable. There is plenty of room in this pack for 3-7 day trip, maybe more (or less) depending on how big or small your gear is. It has nice, big, deep side pockets, a section for a sleeping bag or bear canister, loops for sleeping pad, mesh pockets for water, etc. It even has a small opening on the side and a clip on the shoulder strap for a Camelbak hose. I looked at backpacks from REI and was shocked at how expensive they were. The cheaper ones started at 4x what I paid for this one. I figured, if I buy this one, and its not good, then at least I won't have spent much. But, I am completely happy with my choice. Plus, I saved tons of money that I can use for other stuff I need. Some of the reviews on this pack mentioned that the zippers were hard to unzip. They aren't the easiest, but it's because of the flap that protects the zipper, not the zipper itself. I didn't find it overly difficult. The only downside to this pack, and its not even really anything about the pack itself, but I would like it more if it had a rain cover built in. No big deal though. I have tested this pack on some gnarly hikes and never felt it was inadequate.
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