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Michael wrote a question about on June 13, 2014

I'm looking for a large 75+ liter pack to handle larger, heavy loads than I normally take. I think its between this and the Gregory Baltoro 75 . I have, use and love my North Face Crestone 60, it fits me almost perfectly, but its capacity can be to small. I like a pack that sits close to my back (not into the major air flow types). I'm pretty much stream line and can have trouble getting a waist belt to sit well on my hips (or lack of hips). Any suggestions/opinions between these two?

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Michael wrote a question about on June 13, 2014

I'm looking for a large 75+ liter pack to handle larger, heavy loads than I normally take. I think its between this and the North Face Conness 82. I have, use and love my North Face Crestone 60, it fits me almost perfectly, but can be to small. I like a pack that sits close to my back (not into the major air flow types). I'm pretty much stream line and can have trouble getting a waist belt to sit well on my hips (or lack of hips). Any suggestions/opinions between these two?

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Michael wrote a review of on August 14, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit: True to size

Even though I haven't had a chance to use them much, nor in the cold or snow, but they fit great and are comfortable right out of the box. True to size. No need for additional insoles like most boots. I can tell already that these will keep my feet warm in the north east winters. Great products. They look great too! Cool color (khaki), and the yellow laces are a bonus. Get them while you can, I don't think they are being made anymore and the price is great. Worth every penny.

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Michael wrote a review of on October 11, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been using this tent for the past few months, and have been very happy with it. Good, durable materials, more roomy than it looks, nice head room and easy set up. I'm 6'3", 220 pounds and am comfortable inside. Vestibule is a bit small, enough for boot, and maybe a pack (depending on size). The end entry is nice, and is very easy to get into and move around. Just get some different stakes, the ones it comes with are junk. Breaths well, I have not had any condensation issues. The vestibule door can be left open on top a little when it rain aiding in ventilation. Tent body, fly and poles come in at 3.5 pounds. All around nice tent for the money.

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