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Anything on backpacks, as a piece of equipment, its maintenance, modifications and tricks.

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When I pack my backpack in the morning, I sort everything into two categories: Things I will (almost) certainly not need before I set up camp again (sleeping bag, tent, kitchen, most food, etc.) Thi …
answered Jan 23 '14 by gerrit
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A mug outside the backpack is far easier to reach. In some areas, you will pass streams very often. During my first ever backpacking trip, with a group of Swedish people hiking Kaisepakte – Pessiskå …
answered Feb 15 '16 by gerrit
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kg around, but I do know people with backpacks close to 40 kg (including things like a tarp for swimming across a lake with a backpack). For a 2-week hike my own backpack usually starts in the 20–30 …
answered Oct 14 '15 by gerrit
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What you need is quite individual and the best way to tell what works for you is from your own experience. Some ultralight backpackers use backpacks that I would personally consider impossibly light …
answered Mar 27 '17 by gerrit