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Nov 21, 2011
Doug Shepherd wrote:
What is your torso length? What size did you buy?


I have a 19 inch torso which is on the dividing line between the medium and large packs. I asked which size I should get and they recommended the medium, which is what I bought. Even so I noticed the pack hitting my butt a couple of times and I think I would be really unhappy with a large.
climber pat
From Las Cruces, NM
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Nov 21, 2011
climber pat wrote:
I have a 19 inch torso which is on the dividing line between the medium and large packs. I asked which size I should get and they recommended the medium, which is what I bought. Even so I noticed the pack hitting my butt a couple of times and I think I would be really unhappy with a large.


which is why i find these threads where people start saying this pack or that pack is "best" really funny

the best pack is the one that fits you the best ... its that simple ;)
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Nov 21, 2011
OMG, I winz!!!
If it makes you guys feel better you're all helping me. It makes me realize my $25 sample pack from golite is doing just fine and I don't need to spend any more money on packs. :) Chris Plesko
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Nov 23, 2011
Thanks for all the feed back, leaning towards black diamond ellingwood
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Nov 24, 2011
We don't kick it with bustas in khaki g-strangs.
If you're short on cash, check out the Montbell Balance Light 40. $70.00 new. I've used it a lot and it's still in excellent shape with no tears, nor problems anywhere. Very light!! TacoDelRio
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