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Marks103  
#1 Posted : Friday, March 2, 2007 11:51:57 PM(UTC)
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Hi to the Forum. I'm going to Israel in two weeks. Northface bag, you may have a fake, but it seems to me that the rye is good. I tried it this weekend on a trip, and he hurt me so in the bones of the hips. The thing is, I'm too thin, then the bulging, and thick padding, so I think the weight would make my hips.

I tried some of the deuter aircontact capehorn, and salewa's, and both seemed fine to me, but I never seem to be enough determined to get to the store to buy. It feels me little Noah, perhaps because the scale didn't deploy properly (because it weights). So does anybody have any idea how to choose? How to do it? If anyone has advice about a case with an upgraded cushioning around the waist. I'd be happy.

Thank you very much for the righteous to meet me, and all the rest.

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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 12:55:52 AM(UTC)
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Don't know if it is related to your problem, but I was once taking my brother northface bag that was big for me in several sizes.

All tour dated hips hurt me murdered.

In smaller aplatim I bought (really not expensive, is set for weekend trips) that matches the size and very comfortable.

I think that case is simply not appropriate for your body structure, the idea is as far as I know have not upholstery that was not painful, those that spread back all the weight evenly all over my back (my new case is made marvelously).

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#3 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 2:03:22 AM(UTC)
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Could be the case just not compatible with you properly. If you are not back to size as it is a difference of heaven and Earth.

If you know a nice shop, or a friend with experience, you can go with the bag and ask them to help in the Setup, it can really make a significant difference.

About no more Kenya immediately it options about what you did, to go to the store, looking for familiar with a little Shaker, experience and measure to see what feels best initial ...

Recommendation: one of the most comfortable bags out to meet "AETHER" is over in Throop, except that it's made of plastic and therefore weighs 1.8 kg with absorbent energy bands really give a great feeling and really feel like you're carrying less weight. But it's not the cheapest model.

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#4 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 2:26:05 PM(UTC)
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Indeed this is one not experienced problems faced and I figure that now, not after 3 days.

Thin people have, but I really have to go with the proper width to pod mtniham. It's been in my house many that go with a backpack by space and what happens is that the weight of the backpack is on their shoulders and it seems worse.

Chantelle you can fasten the waist belt and stay still enough.

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#5 Posted : Saturday, March 31, 2007 7:32:10 PM(UTC)
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What does adjusting the width of the waist width case?

The narrower width, how much more?

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#6 Posted : Saturday, March 31, 2007 7:40:55 PM(UTC)
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I really don't know the answer, you can find manuals for adjusting the back case in each of the major stores (like REI), however I think showboating too available, so maybe he can help.

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#7 Posted : Saturday, March 31, 2007 8:47:18 PM(UTC)
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I can share my experience in selecting the case: should you feel another backpack store sits on the hips. Unfinished business dwindled and the body, seated across the adjacent student achievement.  Selling is experienced can tighten the straps correctly and to check in with you amatic. Do not give to sellers and to push them. Check that the seller in front of you not trying to sell you suits you, but according to the case. Put about 15 kg bag just in (everywhere), sprinkled them.  If the file is not attached to the waist and have a back problem, try another. Try 3-4-5-6 files until you find the one that suits you.
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#8 Posted : Sunday, April 1, 2007 12:27:21 PM(UTC)
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I suggest you measure women pods
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#9 Posted : Monday, April 2, 2007 2:27:34 AM(UTC)
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From רק103, which this article basically right available to most women pods are better suited for men http://www.tundra.co.il/Shop.aspx?ITEM_ID=ITEM faucets

Like the Air Contact 60 + 10SL or

Women's Ariel 65 backpack
| Osprey

Both backpacks are great but it didn't matter in the end you need to measure them and sat right on you, if you live in the tundra in there store and very professional guy named Tomer who will be happy to help you and if you have any more questions feel free to ask.

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#10 Posted : Thursday, April 26, 2007 6:38:14 PM(UTC)
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As a man (used) super-slim, suffered it too.

I think there are two aspects to the problem:

-The width of your hips. In the u.s. There are different dimensions to people with different diameter waist (and different), and the rest by this match. If your backpack is built across large waists, hip bone missing, it should sit the backpack as Ma said all sitting on your shoulder and it's wrong. The solution is for internal padding, tripping, or pzzor (harvest, padding etc) to the waist in a workshop. (If you do change the cartridge at this level, read enough aware of what you are doing before you start marking and stitch).

-Weight of a backpack. Most shells have the weight of the largest point, her waist band crashes ("spreads") on his hip, and normal weight offset waist, as you should be. In addition it constricts or coccyx and lower vertebral pain not sympathetic. In daoter air contact, for example, is set to 13.5 kg (incl. weight myself)-and really, this backpack almost unnoticeably, backs the tough ascents: take 15-16 kg, and start to get pain, bedsores and shoulders. In Gregory Z, is, if I remember correctly, 13 or 14 pounds: etc. Strengthening the hip strap side prevents part of "smell".

The backpack you seek should match the width of the waist your specific weight, you take (at least in terms of the manufacturer's data, if they believed), and height. As seen in country trips, we don't have much equipment at this level, you could buy an imported sample pod, specific store.

Another possible solution is to decide exactly what you want and then purchase a new Backpack, adapted exactly what you need, and bring him to Earth in a suitcase with a friend or something. Anyway, go for lighter casing in terms of weight, carrying enough light and if possible the amount and content of your equipment so that the demand will decrease casing size (and weight).

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