Make sure you check the fittings as you may be able to find a better one from a company like Harmony (sold here on backcountry).
See the Wilderness Systems website. You have to call or fill out the "contact us" section (because it is a replacement part, not accessory). It may even fall under the warranty, in which case it would be free!
I've used this at summer camps with kids as young as five (plenty of room to spare). It is extremely adjustable and would be most comparable to to the Petzel Simba. It might get a little smaller, but they are going to be close.
The colored lens does slide up and down once in place so you can have color or white with the flick of your finger.
I tend to overpronate and was wondering if anyone knew of some quality boots designed to counteract this?
It really varies with who answers the question as to what response you'll get. There are those that argue if it isn't killing your feet, then the shoe is to big. While others will say it should be comfortable and tight, but not painful.
I have a similar model of shoe from madrock and they are extremely painful. However, try wearing them as long as you can stand while on the computer/watching a movie/reading (don't walk around in them, just sit). Over time they will stretch some and your feet will get accustomed to the feeling...
It does have attachment points for a waist belt (which could be used to secure it to the suitcase. Also, the "grab strap handle" is located on the back, not sure if it is wide enough to slip down over the handle of your suitcase; nevertheless, it could be used as an attachment point.
Look over under the tech specs. It will vary with size, but a 7 weighs 3 lb 5 oz.
Yes, the sack is 7x11
The measurements are 20x10x3... which really isn't all that large. You would probably need to run to your locker DURING class.
Try looking for packs more in the 1000 - 1800 cu range.
Litreage: 27 litres
Dimensions: Height 45cm x Width 30cm x Depth x 25cm
Check out the MSR Flex 3 Cooking System:
This will fix the plate and cup problem. Frying pan shouldn't be too hard to find.
Well, your dimensions are 29.75x14.5x10.5
Here is a carry-on chart for different airlines: http://www.luggagesource.com/IBS/SimpleCat/InfoPage/asp/Comp_ID/19231.html
Doesn't look like it will fit. However, I've used my Black Diamond Sphynx 42L on multiple airlines with no problems.
It will handle being checked with no problems although you might want to take some precautions. Trash bag and duct tape does work... although it might embarrass you while standing in line. Some airlines provide large clear plastic bags or wrap for such items. A lot of people buy a cheap duffel bag to place their pack in. Finally if you want none of that just tighten everything down/tuck everything in/secure waist belt around the pack and it should be fine!
No, they aren't adjustable. However, there are a variety of sizes if you look at the sizing chart, you can pick the one that fits best. I've used these with smaller children on ropes courses and they work great (a little big is okay).
Shouldn't have a problem with it on most every airline (I know AirKorea is a little more strict). It would probably fit under most seats, but if not the overhead would have room to spare.
Here is a link for the user manual. Everything you need to know can be found within...
Yes, it is a polyester rip stop material sewn into the mesh siding.
Your sleeping pad will definitely work. However, because that pad does inflate quite a bit, it might constrict your space a little (length and width will be fine though). A thinner sleeping pad would fit more comfortably.