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REI Fall Line Pack

REI Fall Line Pack

[ October 15, 2009 - 7:19pm ]
REI Fall Line Pack
Dek: 
A comfortable pack with plenty of room for old pancakes, and all your other gear.

Here’s the good news: This pack is friggin’ comfortable. The back has ample padding and the shoulder straps are wider than on other packs I’ve had. I like that. It makes heavy loads feel light and stable. Cinch the padded waist strap and suddenly you’ll forget you’re carrying old pancakes, water, a bright red shell, skins, avy gear, and a pair of skis hung diagonally across the front of the pack. Where I have beef with this stuff-holder is its hydration system. Getting the hose of your bladder into the insulated shoulder strap is a chore—the hole is barely big enough for the right-angle valve on a Camlebak bladder. And even if you manage to cram it in, I’ve still had the hose freeze on me on a handful of colder days. Maybe I’ll just buy a new bladder with an insulated valve and hose because I like everything else about this pack. [$89.50; rei.com] —Chris Outcalt

REI Fall Line Pack

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