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Womens berghaus trailhead 60l rucksack in evening blue /dark cerise £34.37 Amazon rrp £90

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Womens berghaus trailhead 60l rucksack in evening blue / dark cerise - £34.37 on Amazon Great rucksack for the price, rrp is £90 and had a quick look and most websites seem to be selling around £… Read More
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Womens berghaus trailhead 60l rucksack in evening blue / dark cerise - £34.37 on Amazon

Great rucksack for the price, rrp is £90 and had a quick look and most websites seem to be selling around £75 ish mark at least so seems to be a huge saving.

Having had previous order for a bargain rucksack from Amazon that I'd posted on HDUK cancelled (they claimed a 'mis price' ) I waited until it was dispatched before posting

.......Make sure you select n/a on drop down box for size select for the cheap price .......
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#1
£69.99 now
#2
tinca
£69.99 now
Read the above post again, its still there.
1 Like #3
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.

Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.

Edited By: rhinopaul on Sep 25, 2016 20:37
#4
Ordered..... Hopefully will be honoured as similar past orders were (eventually) cancelled.
#5
I posted a similar deal few weeks ago for a 70l men's berghsus rucksack that was only £25. However Amazon cancelled and cited mis price (did get a £10 voucher after I complained though)
This rucksack I ordered and waited for dispatch confirmation before posting.
[Travel Expert]#6
Ordered thanks. I have far too many rucksacks!
1 Like #7
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!
1 Like #8
even cheaper now £33.72 with prime :D
#9
darthvader666uk
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!
Generally womens rucksacks are slightly narrower and sometimes have a lighter frame.
#10
rhinopaul
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.
Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.
Could you recommend a nice front loader? I'm goint to be travelling across south east asia in November and it's the first time I go with backpack, so any help would be greatly appreciated
#11
darthvader666uk
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!
Did you know that most women wear the bra? :D
1 Like #12
rhinopaul
darthvader666uk
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!
Generally womens rucksacks are slightly narrower and sometimes have a lighter frame.
The straps are often different . Male versions tend to be straight straps, female straps curve outwards so.to avoid pressing and chafing sensitive areas of the female anatomy when walking.
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gavin1
rhinopaul
darthvader666uk
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!
Generally womens rucksacks are slightly narrower and sometimes have a lighter frame.
The straps are often different . Male versions tend to be straight straps, female straps curve outwards so.to avoid pressing and chafing sensitive areas of the female anatomy when walking.
Should be good for those of us with moobs then!
#14
radikalkarrot
rhinopaul
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.
Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.
Could you recommend a nice front loader? I'm goint to be travelling across south east asia in November and it's the first time I go with backpack, so any help would be greatly appreciated
As long as its good quality, Macpac, TNF, Berghaus etc. The Berghaus Motive 60 Plus 10 Rucksack ( variable sizes available) is similar design to mine.
Mine is actually not well known brand ALS( air ,Land & sea ) but its been a great backpack for the past 15 years.
Its about 75l but it has a detachable daysack at the front plus a detachable wash bag at the bottom, it also has a separable compartment at the bottom so you can either have it as one large backpack or divide it into 2.
It also has a built in protection cover and the straps can be stowed away.

https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/14457374_10154125008776715_6201830016027254157_n.jpg?oh=54b171daabb939007bb84263ac72019e&oe=586571FD

I would also recommend a Pacsafe, they are expensive but worth it.

http://cdn1.ebags.com/is/image/im2/99932_1_1?resmode=4&op_usm=1,1,1,&qlt=80,1&hei=1500&wid=1500&align=0,1&res=1500



Edited By: rhinopaul on Sep 26, 2016 10:29: .
#15
darthvader666uk
lol, how is this a woman's rucksack? aren't rucksacks just that regardless of gender? if not, learnt something new today!

Doubt this is a frame rucksack somehow...:/
Womens backpacks/rucksacks also have shorter backs.
#16
now 42.66
:(
#17
radikalkarrot
rhinopaul
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.
Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.
Could you recommend a nice front loader? I'm goint to be travelling across south east asia in November and it's the first time I go with backpack, so any help would be greatly appreciated

radikalkarrot
rhinopaul
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.
Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.
Could you recommend a nice front loader? I'm goint to be travelling across south east asia in November and it's the first time I go with backpack, so any help would be greatly appreciated

I've got the Vango Freedom 60 +20. Used it for a month travelling around Asia, excellent 'travel' bag with lots of useful features.
[Travel Expert]#18
radikalkarrot
rhinopaul
Only seems a slight difference in size between mens vs womens, usually only 1cm in width and height,I would still buy it as a man.
Saying that though, I wouldnt buy it as its a top loader, I have travelled 40 odd countries and its far more practical to buy a front loader instead.
Could you recommend a nice front loader? I'm goint to be travelling across south east asia in November and it's the first time I go with backpack, so any help would be greatly appreciated

Love the North Face Duffel bags, got the medium size from Zalando for £42.

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