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Kelty Peregrine 29 Military Admin Backpack
I'm a one-time kitchen-sink backpacker who realized that with kids in the trail, I've got to drop pack weight. By now I have a Shires Tarptent (and looking at 2P X-Mid), an EE Accomplice quilt, and Drop x Klymit couples pad, so I'm working on it. My older kids are preteens, so my 6 year old is really the only one that can't hold his own yet. My question is this: would I probably make good use of this pack, or am I likely to find it too minimalist, given my starting point? I include the possibility that it might be a partly grown kid who would end up with it. Thanks for any opinions! I love reading the other thoughtful answers.
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The packs from the following companies don't belong in this poll due to weight: Mystery Ranch, Deuter, and Gregory. The Kelty PK50 is 50L, so, clearly it fails the math. The Minimal Backpack is probably not what most people think of for a sub 40L pack. But the other 9 packs look awesome and provide some actual useful comparison.
Bought the Capture Pro a few months ago for considerably more and like the convenience and quality. The problem I'm having is finding a backpack whose straps aren't too wide or thick. I use hiking backpacks like the Osprey Atmos and Kelty Redwing and it's almost impossible to get the clip on those straps. Works fine on small daypacks with less padding though. Just something to keep in mind if you're a hiker.
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