I need a day pack.... and I'm picky

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    I don't really know anything about the brand but it's been a great daypack for me. Waist strap looks chinsy but works pretty well. I can't remember what I paid for it either but it was super cheap at army surplus 14911795259242095820663.jpg 1491179579492640908180.jpg
     
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    Osprey atoms 65 this is my favorite multi day 14911799690651326723518.jpg
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    bag I've ever owned.
     
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    I've been a toe model for years and I just figured at least one of you miscreants had a foot fetish
     
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    IMG_0797.JPG You boys know nothing of fashion.
     
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    You got some purtty toes
     
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    Red flag on the field... ain't right.:confused:
     
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    Another thread successfully derailed
     
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    A great company. Occasionally you luck into their stuff cheap around here at our local surplus shop.
     
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    Just bought the Camelbak Miltac H.A.W.G. and love it. I also have the Osprey Kestrel 32 and enjoy it but it doesn't have a removable waist belt.
     
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    You can hang a bladder in it, or also in the pad slip on the outside. I'm also a fan of the smaller Deuter packs, though not as lightweight. They carry great, though
     
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    I had a Speed Lite 20 (?) that was one of my favorite small packs that I've ever used. Great quality and design.
     
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    what about the Direct Action Egg? odd name but amazing pack......

    perfect day pack, and there is one for sale in neutral colors in B/S/T
     
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