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elyashivc  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 9, 2014 11:09:52 AM(UTC)
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What situation?
Anyone know what the difference between the 60 and 60 volt osprey ather- This gap equals 300 weight?

In this case 60 something enough? Thank you!!

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klum  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, April 9, 2014 3:43:14 PM(UTC)
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A superficial examination:
The ls 400 VOLT VIIa g are easier but it comes in ONE SIZE and simpler back system.
The ATHER comes in 3 sizes with a better back system (which requires you to check what your TORSO)
However, depending on where you are going to purchase it if the country: just timedod him with about 15 kg weight.
Incidentally, even in considerable price gap between the two models.
More detailed information you can get if you just GOOGLE.
Regarding the second question: after you decide what you take with you for so deciding a case.
Overall, if you won't do it 60 liters, you carry more equipment you need and what? Wander a little bit on the Forum and found answers.
Artuom  
#3 Posted : Saturday, April 12, 2014 10:59:35 AM(UTC)
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Both cases. In my opinion the better back system on design of the AETHER case, but better on two VOLT, simpler side pockets large front pocket, zippers.
But you should try them both and decide. As noted, klum 15 kg or more (or rather put the weight you intend to go) into a store and see what more convenient. My recommendation for you to shop with weights so you know exactly how much dead weight.
I think there is no need for more than 60 liter bag if you're going to do a week-long hike without supplies, meaning all you need, consider cases with bigger size.
elyashivc  
#4 Posted : Saturday, April 19, 2014 8:35:38 PM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot!
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