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High Sierra Long Trail 90 Suspension Pack,36",Amazon

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  • 90-liter top load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure under lid
  • Adjustable top lid with pocket and lash points to hold extra gear
  • Top and bottom pack access
  • Bottom sleeping bag compartment with zippered divider, separates gear and clothes in the main compartment
  • Large zippered front pocket
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B00M0RU61O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,510 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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96 of 99 people found the following review helpful By S. E. Valentine on July 6, 2009
Size: One SizeColor: Pacific, Tungsten
So I just got done living out of this bag for a month. It is excellent for the following reasons:

1) It fits soo much stuff.
2) It is highly adjustable to fit most backs.
3) It can tighten down when not filled.
4) I feel that was very well thought-out, with lots of options.
5) There are something like a dozen individual pockets and compartments.
6) IT COST ONE-THIRD THE PRICE OF THE OTHER PACKS I WAS CONSIDERING!

**Only thing to keep in mind with this pack is that it is designed for larger people! I wear size 36 shorts, and I could barely tighten the hip strap down enough. That means if you regularly wear size 34 or smaller...unfortunately this pack is not for you.**
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66 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Valenti on February 24, 2009
Size: One SizeColor: Graphite/Tungsten
I'm 6'4" and about 290lbs, not very fit, but that's why I'm hiking. Anyway, it's a great pack and it fits me well. The waist belt won't close tighter than about 36", unfortunately it's not a problem for me.

The pack can hold a good deal of weight comfortably, which is good since I tend to err on the side of carrying too much. There is a nice rain cover that is attached under the pack which allows you to keep your load dry. There is a hydration sleeve, but it's huge, it has one hook so it's made for camelbak style single hanging point bladders, not the kind with two hanging holes.

If you are a small person don't buy this. If you are an ultra lite hiker or minimalist this isn't the pack for you, it's heavy, above 6lbs when empty.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Herbert D. Pearthree on February 3, 2013
Size: 36"Color: Black, Black Verified Purchase
Caveat Emptor
I'm used to trekking with military gear, lots of pockets and places to latch stuff to, enabling one to carry way too much gear. This pack is good for downsizing to the essential gear as it will force you to minimize given the few external pockets. If you're looking for light, this pack definitely is light and with proper adjustment (see notes on the buckles below) you can make it fit very comfortably. I have two buds that love this pack as is and have been trekking with it for over 4 years now so it seems to hold up well.

The Good:
Nice layout but it's really like a 70L pack in size, very narrow and long and tall. I'm guessing the other 20L are when you extend the top another foot above your head (which this pack does).
Zippers and fabric seem tough enough to last quite a while.
It snugs down well, so with a light load you can really compress this pack.
It's narrow so it's easy to squeeze through tight areas (crevasses, bush, etc.)
Water bladder pocket is huge.
Middle front pouch is great for putting stuff you need to get to quickly: rain gear, gloves, cap, etc and it zippers open into the main pack area.

The Bad:
The plastic buckles are very cheap plastic and don't latch when pulled snug.
The hip belt is very, very wide and feels odd and oesn't have places to connect stuff to it.
The D-rings on the shoulder straps are too high up, they need to be 4 inches lower or adjustable.

How to make this an outstanding pack:
Replace all the load bearing buckles (including hip belt buckle) with quality replacements - I used the Marine ILBE Repair Buckle Set available at most military surplus/supply places.
Replace the hip belt with a battle belt so you can put some gear on your hips and pouches up front for point-n-shoot camera, lip balm, etc.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By New Belgium on December 20, 2010
Size: One SizeColor: Graphite/Tungsten Verified Purchase
I bought this pack back in June to use in the mountains of CO. I purchased it to do some overnight backpacking excursions, and it has done quite well. I bring a lot of gear, and the pack has been big enough...so far. I do see potential issues with long trips, say over 3 or 4 nights or so. I have not stayed out that long yet, and can't truly speak to that. I am 6' 5" tall, and about 250 lbs, so the larger size was welcome, and the main reason for buying it. My size brings up another factor that I had not thought of, until recently. If you are a big person, like me, then guess what....all of your gear is bigger too. I use a Big Agnes -20 degree bag, and it takes over half of the space in the main compartment. It will flat not fit in the intended bag compartment, at all. I even have it in a nice 2 way compression bag, and it is still pretty large, compared to the size of a normal sized person's bag. I can say this, I carry a good amount of weight, around 60 lbs or so, and this pack does very well!! When carrying heavier loads, the shoulder strap buckles will slip a little, and require periodic adjustment. I have not figured out if this was because I'm trying to keep them too tight, or what, but either way, I wanted to bring it up.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Z. Thomas on July 15, 2009
Size: One SizeColor: Pacific, Tungsten Verified Purchase
i have used this pack twice now for long hikes and overnight camping out in the colorado rockies. my girlfriend got the explorer 55 and fits her perfect, so being 6'5" i went with the larger pack. her pack fits me and the long trail 90 fits me too. the 90 has more pockets on the outside than the 55, and holds a ton more stuff, which makes it a lot heavier. i haven't used the water reservoir pocket yet except to put my flashlight in, not sure if all reservoirs will fit or not. had a sqeaking issue, but then just kept readjusting it while hiking and it went away. the zippers seem strong so far and the material is surprisingly stronger than it looks. both of the packs are super adjustable, so i think it really must come down to how much can you haul and how much do you WANT to haul. you can pretty much take the whole campsite in the 90, but it will weigh as much as the mountain youre hiking...
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