High Sierra
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Camp @ Turkey from Turkey on Thursday, June 4, 2009
    If you don't want to carry water and small needs on you shoulders and make your backpack lighter you can use this lumbar pack and bottles. Also very cheap
    • Best Uses: Backpacking, Day trip, Hiking
    • Cons: Bulky
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
    • Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Load, Good padding, Highly Adjustable, Large capacity, Lightweight
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by doug2096 from Wisconsin on Monday, June 1, 2009
    This is my second High Sierra Rolling Duffel Bag. The only reason it is my second is that I have passed on my first one to my sone who is in the Air Force. It is very well made and worth the very fair price.
    • Best Uses: Airline Travel, Extended Travel
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Durable, Easy to Transport, Large Capacity, Lightweight
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Comfort Driven
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by dancingonair from San Jose, CA on Monday, June 1, 2009
    Bought two of these for a trip to Europe, with the idea that when we're pulling our regular rolling suitcases, we could wear these on our backs. In the airport, once we've checked the big suitcases, we can then roll these around. I liked the idea of another reviewer of zipping off the daypack and having that at my feet on the plane. I packed mine and wore it around the house a bit. The backpack was pretty comfortable when filled to about 15 pounds, and it held 2 pairs of shoes, 3 pants/skirts, 2 shirts, a dress & toiletries. The zip-off daypack I packed to about 7 pounds with a water bottle, book, camera, mp3 player, wallet and sweater. Attaching the zipoff daybag to the backpack for a total of 22 pounds made it pretty uncomfortable to carry around much on my back (I'm a lightweight!). Fortunately the daypack has a strap across its back so it can slip over the handle of my big rolling suitcase on the way to hotel. I do wish the zipper on the daypack opened up more for easier access to its contents. I'm also a little worried about the zipper that attaches the dayback to the backpack--it doesn't seem super heavy duty, so we'll see how that holds up.
    • Best Uses: Family Trips, Long Vacations, Weekend Trips
    • Cons: Not easy to access items
    • Describe Yourself: Comfort-Oriented, Modern, Practical
    • Primary use: Personal
    • Pros: Easy To Carry, Flexible system, Good Capacity
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Frequent Traveler from St Petersburg, FL on Wednesday, May 27, 2009
    I love the design, could have shorter length to fit carry-on requirements. Quality of workwanship and durablility leaves a lot to be desired!
    • Best Uses: Airline Travel, Extended Travel, Short Travel
    • Cons: Weak Seems
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Easy to Transport, Poor Seam Quality
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Minimalist
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jen the outdoor girl! from West Chester, OH on Tuesday, May 26, 2009
    I love this bag. I use it for weekend camping trips or short car trips. It fits all my clothes in the center and has several outer pockets for toiletries, flash lights and other small gear. There is also a bungee on the top of the bag that is perfect for an extra towel, an umbrella, book, or anything else you could think of. Seems look great and the bag seems very durable.
    • Best Uses: Camping, Short Travel, Weekend Trips
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Durable, Easy to Transport, Large Capacity, Lightweight
    • What Is Your Gear Style: Comfort Driven
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