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The Marmot Diva 55 Women's Backpack easily carries all your gear for the weekend thanks to 3400cu inches of cargo space and a comfortable pre-curved suspension system. Load up the Diva 55 Backpack with your tent, sleeping bag, stove, food, water, and clothes to enjoy a weekend in the woods away from it all. The compression-molded back panel transfers the pack's load to the split-wrap waist-belt to ease stress on your shoulders while you enjoy your hike. Marmot also gave this backpack a removable top lid for more aggressive outings where weight becomes more important.

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3 5

liked it alright

it looked small but had room for more than i needed for a 3-day trip. it had NO good place for my water bottle, while i walked up the mountain my botle kept smacking the bag and driving me crazy. if i wanted to stop for a sip, i had to take the whole pack off just to get water! i would recommend looking around further for another bag but if you dont want to you will not be that dissapointed. also it did not have a sleeping bag comparment, just straped it on the outside and it was ok but...

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The top lid...can it be used as a fanny...

The top lid...can it be used as a fanny pack? Also, what are the extra slip-through cinch and straps for if not for a fanny pack...there is no corresponding buckle halve and the straps are not long enough for fanny pack...

3 5

sizes seem to run large

The lack of torso adjustment really hit home for me. I'm a short woman, but I'm not abnormally short legged or short torsoed, and while I haven't measured myself for a pack, I thought it was reasonable that a small pack would be a good fit. Wrong. The allegedly 16" torso for the S was too long and could not be adjusted. Moreover, the "removable" top cover design was really weird and made it a little challenging to adjust the shoulder stability straps. The pack also lacks side water bottle pockets, so mine were clipped on and swaying as I walked, although the pack is supposed to be hydration pack compatible (I didn't test this).
The pluses for the pack are the separate sleeping bag compartment and mesh pockets on the waist belt.