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Best backpack around 60L

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Considering a backpack for thailand instead of a suitcase, im looking at osprey bit they are pretty expensive... What can you recommend for around 60L in size and about 50-90 pounds? Read More
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1w, 5d agoPosted 1 week, 5 days ago
Considering a backpack for thailand instead of a suitcase, im looking at osprey bit they are pretty expensive...

What can you recommend for around 60L in size and about 50-90 pounds?
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1w, 5d agoPosted 1 week, 5 days ago
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#1
vango are really good waterproof gortex one to look at
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bracey100
vango are really good waterproof gortex one to look at
Are you sure you mean Vango - no goretex ones in their range. In fact I don't know of any manufacturer who makes a goretex rucksack.

Edited By: MINCER on Apr 17, 2017 08:25: Addition
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If you have further trips planned / are likely to travel again, having done a lot of traveling i would 100% pay the bit extra and get the Osprey. They are brilliant lightweight comfortable packs which pack brilliantly. I use my 44l talon above any other pack, and I've previously used both karrimor (when they were good) and berghaus (well made but just far, far too big).
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DrJayDee86
If you have further trips planned / are likely to travel again, having done a lot of traveling i would 100% pay the bit extra and get the Osprey. They are brilliant lightweight comfortable packs which pack brilliantly. I use my 44l talon above any other pack, and I've previously used both karrimor (when they were good) and berghaus (well made but just far, far too big).


How long do you travel for with a 44l?
#7
£50/£60.... thats alot!
If u have a Decathlon store near you I highly recommend.
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jackvdbuk
DrJayDee86
If you have further trips planned / are likely to travel again, having done a lot of traveling i would 100% pay the bit extra and get the Osprey. They are brilliant lightweight comfortable packs which pack brilliantly. I use my 44l talon above any other pack, and I've previously used both karrimor (when they were good) and berghaus (well made but just far, far too big).
How long do you travel for with a 44l?

3 weeks last trip. I tend to make use of rollable compression bags also. I'm pretty sure i took same one on my last longer trip too. Tbh you can only carry so much and it's easy to wash clothes. In Thailand especially you'll be just needing lightweight gear too, shorts t-shirts vests etc. So really I'd hope you wouldn't need a 60l. From my experience ppl tend to fill what they have and if you fill a 60l you'll never use all of it and you'll resent having so much.

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