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#1 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 8:10:04 PM(UTC)
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Hi there,

I still don't know exactly what I'm looking for. However I am walking with a backpack made with 45 litres and trips of two weeks or so.

I want to purchase a backpack that will provide me longer trips, the nearest target is Israel National Trail (December area if that matters in terms of resistance to rain, etc.). And I want him to use me more trips abroad either if I want later.

I plan to buy the bag. And I saw that a lot of cases they have a lifetime guarantee. So I'm thinking about buying second hand in America, and then give the case for amendments if necessary, possible? (It cheapens the purchase) it makes sense to do this or am I just trying to save?

Next week I jump to several trips, but I want to know how to find out what models measure and confirm them in the store.

Also I would like to know which things to notice that I was alone and how to measure your bag to really know how it's going to last. Until today I carry in my bag weights of 45 pounds or so (I loathe all made) and I'm not sure how you're supposed to carry a large bag.

Thanks in advance to all that respond and respond

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I thought about it some more, regardless of casing – if you think you should buy in the U.S. and better than search, I'd love to hear it!
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#2 Posted : Saturday, June 1, 2013 10:00:50 PM(UTC)
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Warning: I belong to the school, which provides the equipment for the first purchase. Another traveler, seasoned veteran, can also recommend things backwards, if personal vision constructs.
First of all, decide on the necessary and your policy. So think about the case. You can travel with any case, including cheap and simple: it's just less convenient and more. Ultimate backpack selection is a matter of perception, the President's budget, your personality and knowledge.
About rain-moisture protected files. In case of rain, has shaped accessory light backpack-sized canvas with rubber-edges called rain shield. Some of the pods is built-in and can be purchased separately. My recommendation for a separate shield, comfortable clothing and lightweight as possible. Or buy a poncho and cover yourself. I personally prefer-modular raincoat and rain garden. But sometimes, in retrospect, was poncho. A matter of perception.

In my vision, selecting cases "for beginners" has three types:
A. grant above 75 litre bags, most massive, which should accommodate a carton of cigarettes, too, a leather jacket, ... General and the whole House. This file is not recommended in the Israel National Trail (INT) and is commonly found in non-traveler went professional, casual trek to members a few days after a military tour overseas etc.
B. regular walking bags 50-65 litre volume, considered most appropriate to say Israel,ospry atmos . Should the weight of the backpack would be limited as much as possible: remember that you all made 940 km they usually correspond to a maximum weight of 14-26 kg and there are a variety of types and manufacturers. The emphasis is on comfort selection President, physical durability, convenient structure and weight. and of course budget.
C. lightweight cases. Those require cooking and sleeping gear, lightweight. They are not suitable for very large weights, usually up to 14 kg (although some unusual reaches of fitness 24 pounds and, at least on paper). Some commercial and some by small manufacturers specialize, usually purchased abroad and brought to Earth by sending or member method. They fit very well for Israel.
Recommend you do a search here on the Forum, and read and then decide:
Http://shvil.wikia.com/wiki/%D7%9C%D7%98%D7%99%D7%99%D7%9C_%D7%A0%D7%9B%D7%95%D7%9F

About stark case offers Israel trail first do and then decide what suits you for. Tzurlis 41426.8033217593
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, June 4, 2013 1:26:55 AM(UTC)
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Many thanks

I want to hear about models of bags you can find here on Earth to measure them.
The most important things in my case:
1. not too thin and fragile--I like to lean on my bag on and want him to tear easily.
2. quality ריצ'רצ'ים didn't RIP, etc.
3. in terms of prices, you could say that 150-250 bucks reasonable amount (EBAY or any other website that delivers in the USA).
4. I plan to buy the U.S. case so that I can apply for a country should anything happen to him.
5. I plan to do trekking abroad after I get out, I'd prefer if it is possible that the case fits both, so I was thinking of something like 70 liters? It makes sense I don't want to buy another case when I get out if possible ..:)

Thanks in advance!
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#4 Posted : Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:20:20 AM(UTC)
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Just note
The responsibilities in this country sucks ass.
All the promises to a lifetime guarantee means nothing if the importers ignore requests to repair and unbreakable כ"שחיקה exempt all responsibility."

70 liters. If Pack wisely, handle 50-60 liters
Remember the weight of the bag is also important and you don't want to carry a backpack is empty 3 khalo.
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#5 Posted : Thursday, June 6, 2013 11:16:23 AM(UTC)
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About responsibility, which encourage said. Forget about it. The lack of responsibility, along with the high price, they are a very good reason why not to buy. On the other hand, any good Shoemaker can repair your most explosive problems in case of NIS. So my opinion is negligible.
Go to stores, bags, and closes on the model. If you "refers" to the backpack, it's bad and you lose weight because you have a massive pod. Extreme case {built-in backpack or defect, or extreme overweight} could be breaking a frame. There is nothing that cannot be repaired, it's just a matter of time and money.
To keep a backpack that will serve you a reliability and long lasting, don't drag it along the ground or rocks. Don't throw it as a habit (unless you have, and how). Press on the cartridge in a sitting position on the floor or shaishben rock and backpack is back (backrest of a Chair): don't sit on the cartridge itself, it could damage the system. Don't pull zippers, don't let your pocket or strap that fastened the power plant, particularly delicate casings. Try not to rub the shell rocks, especially sharp. In short, keep the cartridge in and it stays reasonably pay reasonably.
Some cases the companies are known to have high mechanical quality weight still considered unlikely (although in my eyes is considered a relatively heavy ...) or northface douter and lowe. Over in Throop's case also likely will load. Bags of steamed etc-not sure I'd go there. I think a case of 60-70 litres fit. Recommend you too volume-it is tempting to take more and more weight. And I take a bag that weighs more than 2.2 kg (over 4 pounds 8 ounces), preferably less than 1.8 kilos.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2013 1:51:04 AM(UTC)
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Thank you for your comments

I plan to go in winter (December-January) and that's why I thought about 70 liters.

I'm Paris?
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#7 Posted : Sunday, June 9, 2013 10:35:52 PM(UTC)
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Don't. A personal matter. If this setting, search for what you're comfortable with in the range of 60-70 litres, including all the Extras. Gives a bit more flexibility in designs and costs. Anyway, go for firm acknowledged or highly recommended model.
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#8 Posted : Monday, June 10, 2013 12:55:18 AM(UTC)
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If you want a recommendation so I bought a while back אית'ר auspryy 70 litre
A very good case in my opinion 4795, plenty of room and plenty of options for modular ... Me 1000 leaf weight in Jerusalem at the caravan. " (Model 2013--has two waist peucim.) Try it, I really loved him.
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#9 Posted : Monday, June 10, 2013 9:33:19 AM(UTC)
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We used in Israel for Catalyst ULA.
Backpack is very easy, very durable and very comfortable.
The Israel Ministry of beauty (testify)
It has plenty of room and is designed by the man who actually travels with him.
He also got to budget, or less.

The United States only. Leave extra time to send back if you need another size.
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#10 Posted : Monday, June 10, 2013 1:01:40 PM(UTC)
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#11 Posted : Tuesday, June 11, 2013 3:50:38 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = potato] Hi,

I still don't know exactly what I'm looking for. However I am walking with a backpack made with 45 litres and trips of two weeks or so.


I didn't realize all potato-why do you want a backpack?
What is the difference between carrying equipment for two weeks and all Israel trail gear?
I did most of the trail with a backpack 40 l (without tent) If you indicate yourself that you hate to carry more equipment, it might be enough.
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