- Great for long weekends or extended backpacking trips
- Lightweight design and load bearing performance
- Been a durable load, hauling
- All of those trail friendly features, plus an innovative suspension system
- Daylid is an amazing feature for a summit pack
- Great for daycare supplies
- Not for school
- Perfect size for a young child to carry on their own
- Cute design
- Holds a good deal of things
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Osprey Aether Plus 60 Pack - Men's
Tips for packing larger tents.
I sprung for the Osprey Aether Plus 60 which has loops with buckles just outside the sleeping bag compartment, but when it there the balance gets thrown off and pulls back in my collarbone quite a bit. I tried packing it into the pack and it feels great that way, but doesn't leave be with enough room to fit either my bear canister or cooking system. Besides getting a more compressible or compact tent, are there alternative spots to strap the tent to keep the balance?.
Skip Hop Little Kid Backpack
Adorable, but can't fit a folder
My sweet little 3 year old is starting pre-school this fall and she loves unicorns. This is the backpack she picked out. It is absolutely adorable! The only reason I am giving it 4 stars is because it is not big enough to hold a folder. I'm not sure if this is going to be an issue or not. We shall s...