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Discussion in 'Equipment Questions' started by mikevasey, May 11, 2011.

  1. mikevasey

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  2. Sojourner47

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    Thanks, Mike - certainly food for thought......
     
  3. grayland

    grayland Moderator Staff Member Donating Member

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    Mike...the link is not working. Can you relink or give the name of the product so I can google it.
    Thanks.
     
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    Broken link. :cry:
     
  5. Sojourner47

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    Google "tramplite packs"
     
  6. mikevasey

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    Try http://www.andyhowell.info/Colin-Ibbotson/skins.html go on to the 'Project Skins PDF File' once you are there.
    The article on here is 2 years old, he will have made adjustments and other improvements but it gives you an impression of where he is trying to take backpacks. I think the product range is going on the market in sep/oct and there is another site with a countdown clock, but cant find it.
     
  7. mikevasey

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    Just googled and yes there is better more up to date links on there.
     
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    Not totally revolutionary, I bought a Golite Jam and a Gust (40 and 60 litres respectively) made of Dyneema 5 years ago that both weighed under 600 grams. The recent Golite Ion, Dyneema, 20l, is 200 odd grams.
     

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