.....i exactly agree with you and told her the same thing.... she was looking for some tips about the brands and models to try on... thanks my friend.. and you got really cool stuff in there.. always like to try diving..have funJHH60 wrote:If your friend can do it, it's best to go to a store with a selection of choices and try some on. I wanted to buy a 50ish liter climbing pack recently and was dead set on buying a BD Predator pack that several people I knew had. I went to a mountaineering specialty shop that stocked them, and after trying it and several other options on my back with actual weight in the pack, discovered that the Osprey Exposure 50 pack fit my back a lot better. If your friend is using it mostly for travel it may not matter much, but if she's actually backpacking and carrying weight while hiking, fit's important.
Brad Marshall wrote:Many women prefer Osprey packs because they find they fit better. Perhaps check out their Aura 50 with the new ventilation design. Comfortable, durable, lightweight and simplistic in design. Have proven themselves well out in the field.
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