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Karrimor Global Lite 50+15 backpack £31.94 delivered @ Go Outdoors (rrp £150) £26.99

£26.99 @ Go Outdoors
NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE BECAUSE THE LINK IS BROKEN. MUST ORDER BY PHONE AND TELL THEM THAT THE LINK IS BROKEN. I've just taken delivery of this backpack and you can definitely order this by phone. T…
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NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE BECAUSE THE LINK IS BROKEN. MUST ORDER BY PHONE AND TELL THEM THAT THE LINK IS BROKEN.

I've just taken delivery of this backpack and you can definitely order this by phone. They had 32 when I ordered last week. Also, it's not a womans backpack. It's a unisex backpack and I received the black/cinder colour.

Cheapest I can find elsewhere is £100

The link is to the sale page that it's on but there's no direct link.

See here for details:

http://www.venturesport.co.uk/venturesport_product.asp?parseid=13447

The description of this backpack doesn't fully explain all of it's features. As well as having a main backpack that is 50ltrs and a zip off backpack that is 15ltrs you can also change the main backpack in to a normal holdall. You do this by zipping away the backpack area with a cover. The inside has all of the features of a normal suitcase including the hard bottom that is also cleverly the breathable area of the backpack/shoulder straps.

The features of the backpack are also amazing. It's supremely light at 2.2kgs for everything. It also has four bottle holders, a hydration pack area, an lots of pockets. Plus lockable zips.

Details:

The Global Lite is based around Karrimor's X-Lite range. Karrimor have created a travel pack with daysac and adjustable back system that weighs in at just 2.2kg. The pack is ideal for those who value travelling light above anything else

Zip-away molded adjustable backsystem
Clamshell opening
One main compartment
Lock-on zip-off daysac
Link system compatible
Lockable zips
Wand/bottle pockets
External compression straps
Internal luggage straps
Chest strap
Removable shoulder strap
Weight: 2200g
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#1
Just looked, back up to £99 now!
#2
No it's not. The link that I provided in the body of the text is to a different website. You need to go to the Go Outdoors website and type in Global 50plus15 in to the search box. You'll see it there. But then you need to call them.
#3
Would this be a suitable round the world backpack for 21 year old male???
banned#4
I used an older version of the global to travel around europe for a few months.... worked out amazing, very sturdy good compartments nice fit and feel.

Picked mine up from ebay for £20.... had a massive spider that I have never seen in it... sorry to say but i killed it on sight cause it was damn fast and heading under my bed!
#5
thrillhouse
Would this be a suitable round the world backpack for 21 year old male???


Maybe, not sure if it would be big enough as you do tend to collect a lot. But I suppose that you don't need to take CD's anymore:whistling:
#6
I travelled with a 65ltr backpack for a whole year and was fine. But I did have an additional backpack that held about 25ltr. But if you're mainly travelling in hot countries this would be more than fine.
#7
yeh i was thinking more of 65 70 litres. Would you say eBay best bet???
banned#8
Just buy an adidas one or something from argos. half the blimmin price of this and such a better make.
#9
thrillhouse
yeh i was thinking more of 65 70 litres. Would you say eBay best bet???


Search ebay: 90 litre backpack. ~£30. Don't take anything along as clothes are dirt cheap & cool-native, keep the load low & mail home if shopping heavy, get Lonely Planet's guide to India.
http://www.indiamike.com/india/
#10
washere
Search ebay: 90 litre backpack. ~£30. Don't take anything along as clothes are dirt cheap & cool-native, keep the load low & mail home if shopping heavy, get Lonely Planet's guide to India.
http://www.indiamike.com/india/


thanks for the tips
#11
Banjo String
Just buy an adidas one or something from argos. half the blimmin price of this and such a better make.


An adidas from Argos lol :w00t: :-D

I've never seen an adidas back that is big enough to put anything more than your gym kit in it. This is a 65 litre backpack. Not the same. Plus you won't find anything in Argos spec'd and made as well as this.

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