ATI Rainier95 95L Internal Frame Hiking Backpack
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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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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.
~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.Read more ›
I plan to send an email to ATI to let them know that they have a good product once the buckles are fixed.
And no rain flap.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought one of this for my scouting trips with my son, and after a couple of trips, the whole thing started falling apart. Read morePublished on May 2, 2014 by NGZK
I have purchased this item twice: once for myself and once for my girlfriend and we love it.
it is very comfortable to carry around and you can fit anything in there. Read more
I got my pack about six days after ordering it. I've yet to try it out in the outdoors but so far everything seems to be working. Read morePublished on May 2, 2011 by Nicekisskitty
I have used this pack for a few trips now, and although it does hold a lot, it is cheaply made. The zippers stick, and one of my straps broke the first time I tightened it. Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by Josh Zimmerman
This backpack was strong carried over 50+ lbs and was comfortable. The little backpack attached was perfect for day hikes and the rain cover definitely a plus! Read morePublished on May 22, 2010 by M. Hicks
My order arrived in about 7 days. I haven't had a chance to use this backpack yet, but I am very impressed by the construction. Read morePublished on June 7, 2009 by Sumguy