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Minkey wrote:The problem with Deuter packs is that they lack stability.
I've just ordered a new pack as my trusty ol' Karrimor is dead. I looked at more contemporary Karrimors but they didn't really do the trick and the quality seems to have gone to toffee.
They are still around, and I am readying mine for the next walk. For those who have not looked into the Aarn packs, here is the evolution that I have seen:I am a fan of the Aarn packs - small New Zealand company. Completely different to anything else and soooo comfortable. I think they have an outlet in the UK. Have a look at their website:
My only interest is to keep them in enough profits that the company is still around when I buy my next backpack, hopefully not for a few years.
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