yes and many other too - i have no youtube chanel and nothing to sell or a manufacture behind meYou say that because you have tested all three...
I had read reports that it was perhaps not as comfortable in terms of carrying heavy loads as other packs. Would anyone agree with this...
...When someone says they want a piece of gear for a jaunt, and a £50 solution perfectly satisfies all his needs, all I would be doing by telling him he needs a £200 solution is showing off IMO.
Not sure if you mentioned this later on but how many pockets do you need/want and in what configuration? That might help people suggest something suitable.I'm in the market for a new rucksack, something around 30 to 40L. I've always gone down the route of standard mountaineering or hiking-style rucksacks but I'm a bit bored of these, and there are many interesting looking 'tactical' style packs out there, by manufacturers such as 5.11 tactical, helikon, mil-tec etc. These tend to feature more compartments than I have possessions and molle webbing. I do like a bit of compartmentalisation. Has anyone gone down this route, and if so, what did you think? Do they typically stand up to outdoors conditions? Is the whole molle thing worth it or more of a gimmick? Interested to hear about people's experiences.
I find the shape of the main compartment really important. Smaller daysacks that are to narrow is a bit annoying, but larger daysacks/smaller multiday sacks, for which I want a good hipbelt, seem to all be curved into a packing-unfriendly shape. 50L can seem insufficient or cavernous depending on the shape!
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