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  • Impressive Pack
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    This is a great backpack overall but when you take the price into consideration it is much more qualified for the job than you would think for such a great price. There really isn't much I haven't put this back through in the past year and so far absolutely nothing has gone wrong with it. If you're looking for a great bag with lots of space for a great price this is the one for you... Oh and I almost forgot it is very, very comfortable as well. Happy Camping!

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    Robert E. February 11, 2017
  • Great!
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    We love these backpacks. We got them to go to europe, and they have held up so nicely. Highly recommend.

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    Silda N. November 28, 2015
  • Nice bag at a reasonable price
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    Used this bag for vacation trip with a lot of different stops. Held up very well throughout trip, even through rain. Adjustable sizing straps and held together nicely. Fairly comfortable when fully loaded. A great alternative to more expensive bags. Would definitely recommend.

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    block8 December 18, 2012
  • Review on the Alpinizmo 55

    High Peak Alpinismo 55 A brand better known in Europe, High Peak has an extensive line of gear at surprisingly low price points but good value.The Alpinismo 55 is a favorite in the line, a terrific weekend pack that weighs in and just over three pounds but performs with simplicity and style. The adjustable harness system means you can tailor the Alpinismo to fit your torso precisely, which, when combined with its body-hugging design, makes for an extraordinarily comfortable pack, made more so by a unique ventilation system. I loaded it up with more than 50 pounds of camping and camera gear for a weekend shoot on the Olympic Peninsula, but even overloaded like that the pack proved comfortable. Exterior side pockets easily took the tripods and the water bottles, and the top loading main compartment swallowed the rest of the gear. The Alpinismo 55 is a top performer at a bargain price.

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    eugenie4321 July 24, 2012