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I realize that stealing is (supposedly) a sin but do yourselves a favor and make an exception for this and damn near any Osprey pack. I day hike often with my two sons and we…
- Timothy, 03/20/10
I used this 24L (size large is 26L) pack for a multi day adventure race. The external wire frame worked great, and I placed the hydration bladder on the outside of the pack be…
- Marko, 04/12/10
This pack is great! I was sick of day packs that have flimsy harnesses. The Sirrus has a really comfortable harness, no more bruised hip bones! The pack is just the right size…
- Laurel, 05/25/11
This is the best daypack I've every worn. I wanted to try the Sirrus 24, but was thinking it was going to be too small. I was pleasantly surprised at how much space is insid…
- Sandy, 10/14/11
NEVE HAVE I EVER OWNED A MORE COMFORTABLE FITTING PACK , I ACTUALLY BOUT MY PACK ON EBAY FOR 60 BUCKS MORE FOR THE PRICE MOOSEJAW OFFERS, SO THIS HERE IS AWESOME PRICE THE PAC…
- SEAN, 10/24/10
I bought this pack for my first mountaineering trip and I was surprised at how well it climbed. Coming from a sport climbing background I expected climbing with a pack to be p…
- Alexandra, 12/29/12
Ok... So I'm going to review the Jade 28 pack simply because I believe people need to know how awesome this backpack is and the only other review on this website is what the??…
- bianca, 10/22/11
This is a great overall pack. Bought it for my wife as a day pack and she loves it. The harness is very comfortable. The only complaint is that based on how the internal fr…
- John, 02/08/12
The guy who sits across from me is way cooler than I am, and a total BA, so I had to ask him about all this stuff. He might have lied to me just to make me look dumb. So this is either all true, or none of it is true. So, don't look any of it up.
So, according to this guy people do this thing where they put a bunch of stuff in a bag, put the bag on their back, and walk around for like a couple days or a week or whatever. People call this backpacking. So, anyway, this guy gave me the whole rundown on this whole backpacking thing, and all the gear he likes to take when he goes backpacking.
So this guy says the first thing you need is a pack: the right size pack. Check out a big day hike backpack for a fast and light overnight trip. Multi-day backpacks are the best for when you're taking a little more gear on an overnighter or you're hitting the trails for two to four days. You'll need room for your tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and all your accessories like your stove and some grub. But you want to make sure you're not over packing, because you're gonna have to, you know, carry it. Crazy, huh?
So anyway, we've got tons of backpacking gear, and you should probably wander around and check it out. While you're at it, check out the Moosejaw Companion. That BA I was talking about earlier put together a whole bunch of kits for backpacking, broken down by the length of trip you take. He's really so much cooler than I am.