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OMM Mountain Mover 55+15 (2014)

£165.00

When I reviewed it back in 2007 the OMM Mountain Mover was one of a new generation of home-grown lightweight sacks, and I really liked it. It’s relatively light for its capacity of 1382g for a 55-70 litre capacity. You can strip it down to 630g if you want to as well. The back system is fairly plain with just ...

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First test: Kelty TraiLogic Collection - Kelty PK50 rucksack (2014)

£150.00

The TraiLogic Collection consists of four individual products: a rucksack, tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mat. What sets Kelty’s new range apart from other manufacturers, though, is that while the products can be purchased and used separately, each has been specially designed to work with the others as part of an integrated system. It’s not an entirely original concept. When ...

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Jack Wolfskin Rambler 32 (2014)

£65.00

The Jack Wolfskin Rambler 32 is an excellent-value rucksack with a good feature set for the price that narrowly missed out on being featured in the final eight rucksacks. It features a suspended airflow back system that is good for controlling sweat, a pocket on the hipbelt, hydration compatibility, a rain cover, wand pockets, a zipped front compartment and a ...

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The North Face Terra 35 (2014)

£90.00

The The North Face Terra 35 is a sturdy rucksack with some interesting features that no doubt will appeal to some, but light on others. You don’t get a rain cover, and the hipbelt doesn’t have any pockets; the back system doesn’t adjust (though it does come in two sizes); there’s no zipped pocket under the lid; and the back ...

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 (2014)

£85.00

Made – as its name suggests – for scramblers, this 30L rucksack is ideal for those who want something lean, light and equipped for the hard stuff. Consequently it’s lean on many features hillwalkers take for granted, such as a padded waistbelt, raincover, and under-lid zipped pocket – and heavy on things that might not be needed, such as gear loops ...

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OMM Classic 32 (2014)

£70.00

One for the lightweight essentialist, the OMM Classic 32 is a popular rucksack with racers and minimalists, and it earns its chops admirably in this regard. With a ‘stripped’ weight of 555g, the Classic’s secret is that its back system can be removed and used as a short sleeping mat, which obviously enhances its appeal to those used to superlight ...

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Vaude Brenta 35 (2014)

£90.00

The Vaude Brenta 35 narrowly missed out being featured in the top eight in our test. It is a well-featured 35-litre rucksack with two hip pockets, a floating back system that adjusts, a rain cover, two wand pockets, a clipped webbing pocket on the front that is ideal for a jacket, a valuables pocket under the lid and the usual ...

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Kelty Redwing 32 (2014)

£80.00

The Redwing 32 is a quirky effort from a brand continuing to make inroads into the UK outdoor market. Kelty has a strong following helped by the versatile nature of their products. It makes gear for Special Forces, so you could expect the pack to have a rather ‘desert storm’ feel to it and it does: there are many pockets, ...

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