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REI-Outlet.com has Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 35 OutDry Pack (Dark Compass) for $118.73 - $20 in-cart discount = $98.73. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is also available. Thanks daisybeetle

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Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 35 OutDry Pack [rei.com] $118.73 - $20 in cart discount = $98.73. Shipping is free.

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I dont know the usefulness of this pack vs weight and capacity, but I do own a smaller day pack by Mountain Hardwear and it's one of the best constructed backpacks I've ever owned.
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I dont know the usefulness of this pack vs weight and capacity, but I do own a smaller day pack by Mountain Hardwear and it's one of the best constructed backpacks I've ever owned.
I am in the market for buying one. Which one are you talking about?
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Looks like a good price...wish I was in the market foe one. Love MH gear!
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General MH quality comment: my StretchDown DS jacket has endured more dog claws than it has any right to
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Wish i needed one but ever since i switched to lumbar hard to go back to regular. My lumbar is much lower volume but i'm working on an additional bag for it.
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Wish i needed one but ever since i switched to lumbar hard to go back to regular. My lumbar is much lower volume but i'm working on an additional bag for it.
Love my Kelty backpack with TN3 tent, air pad and sleeping bag, very good and thoughtful design!
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I'm looking at the granite gear pack. I'm new to backpacking and want dome thing light for weekend backpacking camping trips. Any thoughts here?
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I am in the market for buying one. Which one are you talking about?
https://www.mountainhardwear.com/...U4532.html

I don't use it for climbing ...just to note.
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Has anybody used this as a carry on or checked baggage? Need a backpack for island hopping in SE Asia. Thanks
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Granite gear will be the better carry out of the 2.
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Take a photo and compare prices from AliExpress. It's the same thing, they just slap on their logo. Mostly everything is from Alibaba nowadays. $90+ for this is kinda high. If you're willing to wait 22 days for shipping then might as well get it for $25 on AliExpress with free shipping. Just my own thoughts
The reliability is the same? Are they both constructed with the same materials?

I'm in the market for a backpacking pack and didn't know about this, will have to check Alibaba
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The reliability is the same? Are they both constructed with the same materials?

I'm in the market for a backpacking pack and didn't know about this, will have to check Alibaba
The logo is made of space-age materials and makes this version next-generation reliable. Buy with over-confidence.
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