Sage Clegg

Sage Clegg

Eastern Oregon, Northern California, Montana, Texas, and now the East Coast

Sage Clegg's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Paddling
Skiing

Sage Clegg's Bio

I am a thru-hiker, a wildlife biologist, and an outdoor educator who has been going on extended expeditions for over a decade. I live in Bend, Oregon & in the summer of 2013 hiked the brand new Oregon Desert Trail. In December 2010 I completed hiking my triple crown, the PCT, CDT, & AT in an 18 month span. Hiking is something I constantly look forward to. When I'm not out walking I work in the Mojave Desert as a wildlife biologist, or hang out working on remodeling my funky little house in Bend. Check out my website if you want to read more about my adventures: sageclegg.com

Sage Clegg

Sage Clegg wrote a review of on March 27, 2011

stellar exos!
4 5

This pack is really breathable, very light, and has enough space to fit a week's worth of ultralight gear and food. I carried it for 4,700 miles this year and I was able to use the same shirt the whole time. I never had any problems with chafe because I hardly sweat at all with it on. That's right- no hip hickies, no neosporin in my ass crack, no problems at all! The downfall of this pack is that it is only rated to 25 lbs. I pushed it over the weight limit and busted the hipbelt stitching a few times. Osprey was really good about replacing the pack each time it blew, but I wish it was just a little more durable. To be a good thru-hiker pack it needs to be able to hold the weight for an 8 day carry or a big waterless stretch through the desert. I'm not saying it needs to be comfortable with 35 pounds in it, but it shouldn't fall apart. This pack is more than perfect for what it's made for (day hiking and light weekend pursuits) and is my pack of choice for wandering long trails.

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