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59405-640 Color: Amazon / Pine / Leaf / Charcoal Features: -65 liter top load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid. -Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for tube (reservoir not included). -Front load sleeping bag compartment with divider. -S-Shaped ERGO-FIT shoulder strap harness with load lifters to fit regular size torso. Product Type: -Backpacking Packs. Trip Type: -Weekend/Multi-Day. Best Use: -Backpacking. Color: -Blue. Color: -Green. Color: -Orange. Pack Loading: -Top. Frame Type: -Internal Frame. Gender: -Unisex. Gear Capacity (L): -60 - 79.99 L. Gear Capacity (cu in): -3000 - 4000 cu in. Hydration Port: -Yes. Age: -Adult. Generic Dimensions: -32'' H x 14.25'' W x 8.75'' D. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -32 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -14.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -8.75 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -5 Pounds.
- Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 14.2 x 32 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds
- ASIN: B06Y19475S
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 14, 2011
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The Bad: Overall, I would have to agree with those commenting on the bad quality. Expect the plastic pieces to break and stitching to become frail. After packing my kit several different ways through on a variety of excursions, my lower back would feel sore, similarly to the feeling of a pulled muscle, through my lower back and glutes. The bag's design is heavy, bulky when filled, and can sometimes look confusing with the amount of straps you'll have to sort when working with it. And weight reaching around 35 pounds will leave one desiring more support and balance. The padding can be comfortable at times, but I typically need to adjust the straps to ensure maximum comfort. This proved to be a losing battle at the end of the day during longer treks. The back support didn't breathe well either and when setting up camp was thoroughly damp.
The Good: Tons of space! You can fill this sucker up with gear for a 3-5 day hike. Anything more would only encourage too much weight in sacrifice of comfort. It seemed to be fairly water resistant in light rain, and includes a rain cover which is always handy. The bottom storage is great to fit a medium packed sleeping bag or combination of smaller bag/mat/rain jacket. Straps on the outside for larger items like a sleeping mat, bag, and tent. Side zippers for main storage access on both sides along with hydration ports. Top storage is legit. Belt pockets are huge and can hold anything from electronics, chargers, to lighters, towels, chapstick, ect. You get a lot for $100~ pack.
Recommendation: This was my first real pack and it was great to start with. But with some more research and a few more dollars you can edge out a much lighter and comfortable pack. However, you do get a lot of "pack" for your money to begin with. If you're on a real $100 budget and looking to go up to 3-4 days, this can work for you.
Look into Boreas, Osprey, or Arc'terxy for a fuller line of quality.
I see many reviewers complain about the cheap material it's made out of. I can see why some people might take issue with that but come on... at this price, I don't think the grievance is justified. What I can tell you, future buyers, is that it will do the job at a very affordable price.
And for me, that's pretty much all I cared about.
I mean, right out of the plastic, it did smell like --- chemical---- but after I hung it by the window for a couple of days to air it out, the odor was pretty much non-existent.
The backpack had lots of pockets and straps that you can adjust to fit the shape and size of your body (btw, I am 6 ft 2 inc. 215 lb male) It was relatively easy to carry and comfortable.
I took one star off the rating because like said, the the unpleasant chemical smell that came with the product is something for the manufacturer to think deeply about. The first smell you get as soon as you open the box can be like the....... very important first statement that pretty much sums up what the product is and in this case.... i think it did more damage than good.
But other than that for those who are like me, who are reluctant to drop $200 to $500 for a backpack (i.e. Norh Face) I think this is the best bang for the buck.
5-3-15 Update, still crapy backpack/service from High Sierra, I ended up contacting my bank for my refund.