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#1 Posted : Friday, February 6, 2009 4:50:52 AM(UTC)

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I am looking for an one-week trips (+-) so far I 40L Lowe Alpine Vision
That's enough for 3-4 days.
Now the aim is hiking country of 4-5 days, I'm in the middle of the military services so I'm already thinking about the case even in Jordan, or more serious after the army.
Thought on backpacks 70L volume (+) is this the right amount I need to help my?
I was in the store and checked several models:
Osprey Aether Baltoro, Gregory 70L, 70L North Face Primero, Deuter Aircontact
Among the models had over in Throop as Noah, I'd love to hear your recommendations and willing to hear other suggestions to think about.
Thanks, Timothy
#2 Posted : Friday, February 6, 2009 5:17:35 PM(UTC)

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What is the difference between case 3 days or weekend case. Or two weeks or two months?
Anyway take clothes for three days and do laundry. Food in Israel should not carry more than three days and it was just. Of f about trips abroad so it depends on where and what type.
The Israel National Trail in the sequence made with a 45 liter and I got it.

Don't rush to buy these things, think hard before you put into it.
The doiter. The auspryy and Gregory easier but more expensive.

Plan that goes beyond just to inflate the bag.

Good luck
#3 Posted : Friday, February 6, 2009 9:34:11 PM(UTC)

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There is no difference between an excursion of 4 days this month's trip.

If 40L didn't get far, you also get along then I am trying to find out what equipment you handle so far "under pressure" and try to acquire more compact equipment (km/towel/clothing, etc).
#4 Posted : Friday, February 6, 2009 11:28:49 PM(UTC)

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If your gear isn't extremely lightweight (what is extreme-700 kg, kg, kg tent) need at least 60 liters.
#5 Posted : Thursday, February 12, 2009 12:39:47 AM(UTC)

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I have over in Throop 70L אית'ר, very happy of it.
Easy, pretty comfortable (except for the shoulder straps that I find trouble for me).

Why 70- Because I want to have a bag that will serve me for a trip after Israel and army, and ponctinali. The case itself is not heavy, so no big deal to get him אע"פ he 70L, and simply put less ...

All the companies mentioned, and reliability. So it doesn't really matter what kind, as long as it is convenient for you.
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