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post #1 of 8 Old 01-09-2007, 10:47 PM Thread Starter
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I've been researching them for a couple weeks now but thought i would enquire with the members to perhaps get some ideas. I'm wanting a multi day internal framed pack around 65-70L of cargo space. My list so far includes Osprey, Gregory, Arcteryx, Marmot and black diamond although i didn't find any large enough for my use.

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That alotta chit. When I start carrying that much stuff I use an external frame pack. I have a multi-day pack from these folks that I like alot. They also make bigger stuff. Mountainsmith.

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i've seen the name mountainsmith but haven't found a local store with the products.

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i've seen the name mountainsmith but haven't found a local store with the products.

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I do have an REI locally which is where i've been fitted and trying out packs but no MS multi day packs that i saw however it looks like the cross country 3.0 and Maverick are the size i'm looking for.

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