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Old 08-18-09, 08:50 PM   #1
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I need a new backpack. What would you recommend?
I need enough space for tools, water and MUST MUST MUST be comfortable.
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100 oz (3ltr.) hydration packs...
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How much water do ya need to carry? If you don't need 100oz, then the above link is a waste of yo time.

I've been using the Dakine Session for a while now and aside from being a little heavy compared to a Camelbak Classic, it's fantastic. The reason it's heavier though is b/c you can actually hold some cargo. I think if you were to compare it to the Rogue or the 70oz Lobo...it would be similar in weight. The price you pay for ruggedly built storage.
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