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Raymond F.

Raymond F.

Raymond F.wrote a review of on November 30, 2018

Rolling to New Zealand
5 5

My wife and I will be touring New Zealand for the month of February. We purchased the Rolling Thunder to carry our camping gear. 2 Core camp chairs, 2 Big Agnes Q Core Sleeping Pads (we're active seniors), 2 Black Diamond Carbon Z Trekking Poles and a Big Agnes Big House Deluxe Camping Tent all fit into this incredible duffel, which weighed out (54 lbs.) before it cubed out. We will attach our trusty North Face Large Base Camp Duffel with the rest of our gear and roll through the airport, campgrounds and ferry in NZ. North Face Duffels are bullet proof and have served me well on Kili, trekking the Khumbu, etc. This is the first time that I've ever submitted a comment, and I'll file a followup in March. Happy Holidays!

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Raymond F.

Raymond F.wrote a review of on June 23, 2015

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this Stratos 34 for a Kilimajaro trek that I just completed, and it was the perfect pack. I was able to stow my gaiters, rain pants and rain jacket in the bottom compartment that was easily accessible, and the rain cover was easy to deploy and effective. The light frame, air speed ventilation and compression straps made for a stable and comfortable pack as one transitioned from tropical to arctic climatic zones over a variety of terrains. The internal hydration with a 3 liter reservoir is very convenient and the hipbelt pockets made it easy to reapply lip balm and sun block at elevation. This is another great overall pack that I've come to expect from Osprey.

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