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Berghaus Octans 40 2011

£80.00

Developed for award-winning adventure race team Orion, the Berghaus Octans 40 is a large but seriously light pack designed for multi-day adventure racing. You don’t have to run with it, but you won’t mind that race pedigree on the hill. It’s a simple, clean design for minimalists, with sufficient pockets and versatility for multi-activity. DesignAt 684g, the Berghaus Octans 40 ...

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Berghaus Freeflow 20 rucksack

£50.00

With a  nice, simple design and unfussy exterior, the Freeflow features Berghaus’ improved Freeflow IV back system that allows a decent flow of air across your back and feels pretty stable, too. Lots of padding on the figure-hugging hip belt make easy work of load carrying, and the foam shoulder straps are comfortable and breathable. The roomy main compartment has ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Berghaus Freeflow 25+5

£55.00

Comfortable enough, although the very padded hip belt feels a little clumsy in comparison with some. Unique belt buckle is very easy to use with cold or gloved hands, but the chest strap is fiddly to adjust. Freeflow back system suspends the load nicely away from your back, but also makes it a little unstable, especially when full. The main ...

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BERGHAUS ROAM 35

£50.00

Review: Plain back, softened by three large pads, is comfortable enough, if a little warmer than concave designs. Holds the load nice and close to the back. A lovely light pack with plenty of storage and good pockets. It’s quite a minimalist design yet, oddly, has a split main compartment. Cinches down easily and proved very stable no matter what ...

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Berghaus Mach 24 rucksack (2008)

£45.00

ReviewAt 672g this ultralight rucksack is very light; can strip down to 642g; internal compression system keeps outside neat; padded hipbelt fins with pockets; three external elasticated pockets; internal and external lid pockets; hydration unit-compatible. But it has only 24 litres capacity; gear can’t be stashed on outside; less reflective than other packs.

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Berghaus Sentinel 35

£115.00

This 30-40 litre rucksack has a built-in waterproof liner; hipbelt, liner and lid can be removed; wand pockets; compression straps; padded back that won’t hold snow; good lid pockets; ideal for winter mountaineers. But 1750g is very heavy; pricy; lid fit is poor; not the best sack for walkers.

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