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Osprey Poco Ag are on sale (25% off) at Amazon.

Poco Ag - $187.5 (was $250)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...ref=plSrch

Poco Ag plus - $217.5 (was $290)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...ref=plSrch
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Do you have young children? Have you hiked 10+ miles with them on your back? Have you used other kid packs?

This is well worth the price for those who don't want to give up hiking after having kids. We have put hundreds of miles on this pack with our two and it's night and day compared to carriers like Ergo or Baby Bjorn. Yes it's expensive but so are all quality frame packs. Your back will thank you.
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I don't know what the differences are with the AG version specifically, but I have used a couple of the older Poco backpacks. They are excellent! You can tell they were designed by a backpacking gear manufacturer. Good quality materials, easy to adjust , well-designed. Highly recommended!
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Geez! $200?? Man Osprey... I like you but you need to chill with your hustle.
Why does anyone need you when 9/10 that buy don't need a "lifetime" bag. You're like an expensive pair of running shoes bought to motivate someone in January to start a life change... but 3 months later you're going to be dusty and forgotten. Wink
They're not pretty like you but the cheapo SOGs are hard to argue at 1/5 the price.
Do you have young children? Have you hiked 10+ miles with them on your back? Have you used other kid packs?

This is well worth the price for those who don't want to give up hiking after having kids. We have put hundreds of miles on this pack with our two and it's night and day compared to carriers like Ergo or Baby Bjorn. Yes it's expensive but so are all quality frame packs. Your back will thank you.
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Do you have young children? Have you hiked 10+ miles with them on your back? Have you used other kid packs?

This is well worth the price for those who don't want to give up hiking after having kids. We have put hundreds of miles on this pack with our two and it's night and day compared to carriers like Ergo or Baby Bjorn. Yes it's expensive but so are all quality frame packs. Your back will thank you.
Amen. Have literally hiked hundreds of mikes with that pack and baby on back. Amazing pack. Skeptical from the start but would never do it any different.
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Is this as good as it gets for this pack? I'm contemplating... but my baby isn't due till February. With REI just up the street, I was thinking I'd be better off burning a 20% coupon on a pack I can return if it doesn't fit/feel right.
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Is this as good as it gets for this pack? I'm contemplating... but my baby isn't due till February. With REI just up the street, I was thinking I'd be better off burning a 20% coupon on a pack I can return if it doesn't fit/feel right.
If fit is the main concern, this can be adjusted for both my 5'2" wife and 5'10" self. The seat position for child moves as well for when they get taller.
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Geez! $200?? Man Osprey... I like you but you need to chill with your hustle.
Why does anyone need you when 9/10 that buy don't need a "lifetime" bag. You're like an expensive pair of running shoes bought to motivate someone in January to start a life change... but 3 months later you're going to be dusty and forgotten. Wink
They're not pretty like you but the cheapo SOGs are hard to argue at 1/5 the price.
I would argue 9/10 people who buy osprey already know it won't collect dust. Fiance and I do 2 30+ mile trips a year. If you're buying a backpack for a single trip and never doing it again, go for a cheapo pack, but there are many of us who spend months out of the year in the backcountry.
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And fyi, anyone looking to purchase this, do a price match at campsaver. They will go 5% below and offer a great return policy. That's always how I buy my Camp gear, wait for a killer sale go to campsaver and know they'll drop it 5% below.

Edit: Campsaver no longer has this policy. What a disappointment, call your local representative and complain!
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And fyi, anyone looking to purchase this, do a price match at campsaver. They will go 5% below and offer a great return policy. That's always how I buy my Camp gear, wait for a killer sale go to campsaver and know they'll drop it 5% below.
There's no mention on their website of price matching anymore... do they still do this?
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There's no mention on their website of price matching anymore... do they still do this?
I'll be damned... I can't find the option either. They must have stopped doing this! Well, guess what company just lost MY thousands of dollars of business a year. Sorry for the misinformation, this certainly wasn't the case a few months ago when I purchased my ENO hammocks.
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How is this one compared with kid comfort 2? Looks very similar tho, really like the build in sunshade
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I picked up the premium model a couple months ago on sale (it is currently on sale as well for around $250). I have only used it around the neighborhood and on a couple short day hikes so far. We're going to Yellowstone in a week to put some miles on it. Going to be using it as the baby carrier through the airport, as well as out on the trail for a week.
So far, our little one loves it! She rides back there and barely makes a sound. It took a little bit of fiddling around and adjusting to get it comfortable on my back. After a few miles around the neighborhood, I had it pretty well settled in, and now don't have to make on the fly adjustments nearly as often. I've even been throwing in an extra 10 to 15 pounds around our flat neighborhood to try and get in a little better shape before hitting the trails.
We have a pretty nice carrier as well, and it is no where near as comfortable as the Poco. It can allow you to go for hours, or miles without getting sore and worn down from the weight not being distributed equally (like the carrier does). For anyone looking to carry their little one around for any large amount of time, I highly recommend this pack. It is comfortable for both the carrier and the rider.
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