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#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 6, 2006 11:05:03 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone ...

I see a lot of recommendations for lightweight stuff, especially the case winked at one another.

Could someone explain them?

They have good or back system? Reinforcing rods, that case 60 liters less McLaughlin sounds dreamy.  ה"סטנדרטים" I know don't get 1.5 km and it miraculously.

Than they might, this bag will last for years or his crazy deterioration?

Have obtained/see/measure o on Earth somewhere (To the North)

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 6, 2006 11:25:03 PM(UTC)
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One thing that matters most: trmanil lightweight means that all your equipment because such a lightweight backpack not built for large weights Lightweight backpack of 40 to 50 quarts holds better than 12 kg he just rips your shoulders and tkrana tracks and more.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, December 6, 2006 11:39:14 PM(UTC)
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My question is more about comfort, the missing should come at the expense of something.

And I have only ashawa to tatonch, dioter, and other veggies over in Throop.

What compromise?  If it's going to be back if it's comfortable, it's going to be a crazy money.

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#4 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 8:26:49 PM(UTC)
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I purchased recently ultra light case of granite.

The bag it back system (you should use your system back pad) is made of soft materials (silant).

This case is set to carry up to 20 pounds so he is only suitable for hikers, most of their equipment is ultra light.

I have more practical experience with, but as soon as I'm happy to report.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 8:55:59 PM(UTC)
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I wrote about it at the time. Ultra light backpacking are such because vdch replace the heaviest fabrics like nylon seal. Fortunately I found pliati although much less durable plastic seal, the durability of ultra light pods not as good (if a good model) of heavier shells. Anyway what kills the backpack is usually not a tear in fabric (while calling for a backpack and refrain from putting the Backpack on the back of the plane) but no stitches or zippers are designed properly.  Other prominent heel casings with internal frame where the frame touches the shell fabric, which tends to wear out pretty fast.

Gosamer company http://www.gossamergear.com/cgi-bin/gossamergear/xdpy/s/Packing/index.html has some ultra light backpacking.  I had three G4 and final pods which lasted approximately 8000 miles, for the territories without a Bill.  What was the final ultraviolet radiation that ultimately destroyed the silnilon, so I guess if I do these km under the shelter of trees, I could get a few thousand miles. The mass and carried a rucksack which in some cases over 20 pounds although it wasn't fun.

Currently I am using their pod (Mariposa plus) something resembling an internal frame (two supporting carbon crawler).  My opinion on the cartridge pretty divided.  He last 3000 miles so far, but it has a few places that he begins to tear at the seams and pockets elsewhere (not critical).  The backpack carries weight in what G4, and I took him on a regular basis weights over 20 pounds, but I'm not really happy with his form on the backpack stands up like a hunchback, Quasimodo and I feel like when I go to him. (Also its size is less than the G4, but certainly enough if unlike me you squeezing your sleeping bag)

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