/ Crag Pack
Mine has stood up to everything so far. Not the lightest but very durable with useful features and no posing straps.
Had my ME Diamond for about 3 years- good size, bombproof and handy gear loops on the waist band.
I'm selling a Macpac Nikau. It's more of a trekking pack than a climbing one and probably isn't quite as tough as the Pursuit, but it might still be suitable. Here's the details:
Capacity: 50 litres
Weight: ~1.9 kg
Size: 3 (for men approx. 5’ 11” – 6’ 4”)
Colour: Black/Submarine (i.e. lightish blue)
RRP: £120 (from Leeds Nevisport)
My price: £70 ono
Very comfortable and tough; fairly lightweight. Suitable for hiking/trekking, travelling, possibly climbing.
Used for about 3 months’ travel in India in 2000/01. Not used since. Quite dirty but otherwise excellent condition. Selling because the back is too long for me (I’m 5’ 7”).
I’ll have some pics ready in a few days when I get the film developed. Let me know if you want to see them. In the meantime, take a look at the Macpac website for details of the2005 version: http://www.macpac.co.nz/products/display/catalogue/do,displayitem-view/mid,69/miid,2484/diid,620/
There's a Macpac Pursuit, a few years old, 45-ishL, good condn, size 2 back (for men approx 5ft 4in-5ft 5ft 10in) on ebay at the mo. I've bid for it but not very much so feel free to make an offer.
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