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$60 High Sierra Tech 2 Series Titan 55 Internal Frame Backpack

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Found this camping backpack for just $60. Usually, retails at $100.
  • 55 liter, top-load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid
  • Easy-Access, front-load zipper compartment with adjustable inner divider
  • Contoured backpack straps, with adjustable load-lifters and VAPEL mesh padding
  • Straps have a removable media pocket and an adjustable sternum strap to stabilize the pack
  • Adjustable lid has an outer zippered pocket with key fob and inner zippered pocket; bungee cord on the lid holds extra gear​

https://www.amazon.com/High-Sierr...ref=sr_1_2
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I have done a lot of camping and hiking but I know next to nothing about backpacking and I want to start. Would this be suitable for someone in my position?
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I have done a lot of camping and hiking but I know next to nothing about backpacking and I want to start. Would this be suitable for someone in my position?
This is a tremendous pack! You won't be sorry. It's good for a 3-5 day trip. Packs a ridiculous amount of gear. And if for example, you wanted to backpack through Europe (assuming you didn't need a sleeping bag) you could stretch 5 days to 7.
The internal frame is a must if you're going to be hiking any amount of distance. I found this out the hard way when with a frameless pack I bought. 30-40 pounds doesn't sound like a whole lot but it is when you hike 3-5 miles over terrain.
Just to give you an idea check out this guys video of it on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtP5mus79RA
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55 liters is a decent adult size. Bigger than that and you have a tendency to overload. With careful packing you can get around 30-35 lbs with tent, bag, food, etc. More than 35 starts to get pretty heavy for most people... getting down closer to 20 and you'll probabaly enjoy the hike more Wink It's all personal preference though and comes down to how much you're willing to spend on gear that's lighter weigh (I personally don't mind carrying 40 lbs). My recommendation is find a local outdoors store or outfitter who rents gear and go the rental route for your first trip to see if it's something you want to invest in.
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