I have been using this pack for a little over a gear now, and I tell you what it’s been a total life changer from using this instead of smaller bags. Lets go over some of the features and then I’ll go over my experience with the bag.
This is the second women’s specific piece of gear we have reviewed at readaboutgear.com, I hope it sure is informative. This time around Bethany took out the Osprey Aura 65 pack which has just received a facelift for 2012. She used it well, she took it on a six day trip on the San Rafel Swell in Utah. First I’ll go over the key features of this pack and then we’ll go in to her review.
I recently received this new photo backpack to test. I have been wanting to try a larger backpack with more support. I have been using a small sling bag and feel like I wasn’t able to carry all of my equipment. I have really liked this pack, I have only used it for about a week so far but have gotten a fair amount of use out of use out of it.
For the past few months I have been using the Camelbak Vantage 35 as my main daypack. This pack is totally awesome and really is built really well. This pack has definitely not had any features cut out it, it is full of lots of great ones. The main things I have liked about this pack are, the comfort level it provides, the new antidote reservoir system built in,