Reviewed by Tslaks82 from Fort Collins, CO on Friday, March 15, 2013
So far, I really like this pack. I have used it three times so far on a couple x-country skiing trips and it has been very comfortable. One of the things that I like is the adjustable frame. In the past I have always found my non-adjustable daypacks to ride up on me and become very uncomfortable during the hike. The straps are not very padded, but I do not see that becoming a problem as this pack is not so big that I would be able to carry enough weight to cause shoulder pain. With that being said, I find the size of this pack to be perfect for day adventures in warm and cold conditions. The only reason that I gave this four in stead of five stars is because of two reasons. The first reason is because of the tiny pockets on the hipbelt that are two small to fit anything in. The second and more significant reason is the Aeroflex suspension system. This is a similar design to what companies like Osprey have been doing for awhile but the main flaw with this design is that it does not keep the pack far enough away from your back to allow air to move freely. Despite the few disadvantages with this pack, I would still recommend this pack.