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Karrimor Global 70-90
+ "Having received my Global 70-90 it wasn't as large as I was expecting however compared to a usual expedition pack it could fit in so much more..."
Karrimor Womens Global 50-70
+ "I had been looking for a decent rucksack for a while and the Karrimor Global was recommended..."
Berghaus Vulcan 80+20
+ "I have used my Berghaus Vulcan very much since i bought it in 1995, and I'm impressed..."
+ "Its been through jungles up mountains, still going strong after several years of roughing it - top purchase..."
+ "The Berghaus Vulcan is one of the best bergens around, allows you to carry a large load over a long distance in comfort..."
+ "I use it at the portuguese Army's special forces..."
+ "Having served in the British Army for 6 years on operations and exercises throughout the world, I have had cause to man pack some pretty heavy loads..."
+ "The Berghaus Vulcan 80 + 20 is an iconic rucksack built around the cyclpos back system..."
+ "ive used the vulcan all over the world,most on very long range treks,most ex-service like myself prefer the vulcan on hikes,
when i arrive some place remote,i can enjoy to stay a while,good for baggage handlers who throw bags around,not with the vulcan fully loaded ,they have to carry the bag,and place it down,on coach travel the drivers normaly just let you place your bag near the front..."
Berghaus C7 2 Series 70 + 10
+ "Provided sterling service on a month of travel and trekking in southern Peru..."
+ "I bought this rucsac to replace my old karrimor sack..."
+ "I have owned one of these rucksacks for a year now and so far it has performed admirably..."
+ "this was a excellent buy for me as when i started wild camping this was the first ruck sack i looked at, the idea of the bottom of the ruck sack would move and flex as you climb or even just walk..."