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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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Haglöfs Ace L rucksack (2008)

£50.00

This ultralight rucksack’s good sliding shoulder straps are ideal for running; elasticated hipbelt stabilises load; deep side mesh pockets with drawcords; bungee accessory cord on front; pockets on hipbelt; two front pockets; hydration system-compatible. But 20 litres is tight for mountain marathons; not much reflective material; 730g is relatively heavy.

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Camp Trail Pro 20 rucksack (2008)

£45.00

At 425g this ultralight rucksack is extremely light; external bottle cages; external bungee gear attachment also acts as compression system; padded back system with some stiffness; air-vented shoulder straps; hydration system-compatible; lid pocket; reflective piping. But its capacity is only 20 litres; fabric doesn’t feel very durable; no energy bar pockets on shoulders straps or hipbelt.

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 0

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