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Osprey Xenith 88 litre Packs
May 11th, 2018 at 1:51pm
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Ok Team, Im over my old school one size doesn't fit all k2 Hunter Pack . This last roar I walked over 35 kms with that beast trying its best to wear holes through my shoulders and hips. So  me and uncle google have been doing some  research on the most comfortable fitting packs  available in NZ . OSPREY  packs seem to have a very good report and the xenith model seems to be the Ideal size for my needs. Any one had any experience with this brand or model.
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Re: Osprey Xenith 88 litre Packs
Reply #1 - May 12th, 2018 at 9:07am
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One Planet make good quality packs.
  
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Re: Osprey Xenith 88 litre Packs
Reply #2 - May 12th, 2018 at 9:40am
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Yeah, Ospreys are comfortable. They come in Mens or Womens, cos body proportions are different. Adjustable to back length.

  You still sweat, but the Airmesh system lets it vaporise off your back.

  If you're buying in NZ, Bivouac has periodic sales and clearance of styles that are changing.
  

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Re: Osprey Xenith 88 litre Packs
Reply #3 - May 12th, 2018 at 12:15pm
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I've got and use all the time a couple of smaller osprey packs, a 35 and 45l, both fantastic packs, cant see any reason why the bigger packs would'nt be very good.

And yip agree, Bivouac do some good deals
  
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