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This backpack features: padded back panel, shoulder straps, waist belt, front zippered pocket, side pockets, and webbing loops for storage.

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Wow, every time I read about inflation I remember paying $200 for a pack like this over 20 years ago.

Hooray for cheaper labor? I need to take a shower.
3 lb 6 oz (40 l)

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Wow, every time I read about inflation I remember paying $200 for a pack like this over 20 years ago.

Hooray for cheaper labor? I need to take a shower.
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Good prepper/bugout bag?
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Good prepper/bugout bag?
Was wondering the same thing
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Good prepper/bugout bag?
Of course, just look at the model name.
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I've never had a mountaineering backpack? Is this a good brand? Where does it stack up amongst all the brands?
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I've never had a mountaineering backpack? Is this a good brand? Where does it stack up amongst all the brands?
I don't know about this brand but a 40L that weighs 3.6lbs is decent. The more important elements are comfort, adjustability, material, pockets/compartments etc.

That being said, If you're not doing some serious mountaineering or hiking the Appalachian trail for days/weeks, then most packs will be fine. I carry a Teton 4000 (65L) for overnight trips all the time. It's heavy, way more capacity than needed, but is fine for what I use for. No need to buy an Osprey or equivalent for my needs, and i suspect many others on here.
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buy it from amazon.
https://www.theinertia.com/news/b...nd-fierce/
Dude it is Backcountry selling it thru amz.
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3 lb 6 oz (40 l)
Kelty Redwing 44L is 2 lbs 10 oz
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buy it from amazon.
https://www.theinertia.com/news/b...nd-fierce/
Its sold on amazon by backcountry, no getting around that one.
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Saw this bag at Sierra for a similar price last summer when shopping for a smaller bag for the Mount Whitney day hike. Seemed quite well made and would have likely gone for it had I needed a bag that big and that sturdy. I ended up with a 22L Thule that worked fine for me. A bag like this is probably overkill for a day hike (it's huge and felt heavy) - make sure you need, and want to carry 40l before buying.
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