Backpacks

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  1. DSUZUKI63

    DSUZUKI63 TPF Noob!

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    Ive got my gear in a side bag right now, but I was hopeing to get a camera backpack soon. Looked into Burton backpacks, found the [AK] Zoom.

    http://www.burton.com/ProductDetail.aspx?pid=475

    Look like it carries everything, but I was wondering if anyone else had info on better packs. Greatly appriciate it in advance.
     
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    I was in the same position not long ago and turned to ebay. I found one of those too good to be true sales and bought a new backpack for .64. I got it and it is great (much to my surprise) but then I thought that maybe it was a little small, so I went to ebay again and bought a different backpack for like $17.00, it's so big and that it will only go on long trips with me. So check out ebay I love the two that I got there for next to nothing. My big one came from Amvona.
     
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    Just checked out ebay for you, they still have many different ones for amazing prices. They are right next to the Lowepro for 250.00.
     
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    My girlfriend and I have a few Tamracs... they hold a ton of gear... but I have to admit they are really uncomfortable... on a whim I picked up a MROCK and havent looked back when it comes to actual packing into a location... I dont know how readily available they are in your area... but its a very reputable pack company for hiking and mountaineering... so they did a really good job on this pack too... something to consider....
     
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    Ive had two Tamracs and I loved them, still do, had an over the shoulder on the side back and now a backpack, and I think the backpack is awsome fitting!! Just my .02!!
     
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    I have Lowepro Mini Trekker AW and it is awesome :) and still I have a lot of spare room inside for sandwiches and such :D
     

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