Something I noticed was how strategically placed the straps were. It was easy to tighten or loosen the bag if I had it on my back, and the straps were just where I needed them. It felt like they (the all-knowing pack designers) had thought of all the areas that I would want to tighten or loosen, and then put a strap there for me.
All in all an excellent choice for a multi-day backpacking pack. My one comment would be to be certain to get fitted by a professional before buying the pack. The size of the bag is very important for the correct fit. By taking the time to get fitted before buying a pack, you’ll be that much more happy in the long run (or out on the trail, whichever comes first).
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