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If I buy this backpack I can keep it in the backpack that I keep all my other backpacks in.
Nothing is free but if you are lucky it can be inexpensive.
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pacificsteel wrote:Oh goodie another pack. I haven't worn out the last three I got.
I own six different packs. Each has a very different, unique use. You only have three? No need to complain.
The 12 days of crap was just that- crap.
It's funny how when Woot! calls their stuff crap, it's ok, but when *YOU* call it crap, *poof* you get banned. Hypocrites.
What's the point in commenting anymore when every time I comment, someone deletes it?
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Quick review. We just got back from spring ski trip. This pack was on my back every day. It holds essentials like an extra layer, snax, and water without unbalancing me or swinging around. Now back at work, I'm using it on a daily basis as a bike commute pack. Snug to the back for low wind resistance, doesn't shift around. Big enough (just barely) for my soft cooler packed lunch and a shell. I've also used it for an extra helmet when the morning ride was below 40F (wore ski helmet) and the afternoon ride was above 60F (wore bike helmet.) Helmet and lunch box won't both fit. As weather warms, I really appreciate the back pads. They are part of the reason it is so stable (side to side)on my back, but they also lift it up off my shirt just enough so that I don't get sweaty. PERFECT for these uses; too small for carrying a lot.
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