Berghaus 64 Zero
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An extraordinarily well-featured adventure racing sack that will also find favour with fast and light mountain walkers.
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Berghaus 64 Zero Reviews
Reviewed by Dave Eaton (Devon) on 2005-09-30:
General comments: Walked Offas Dyke path end of May, decided to go light as stayed in b&b's with sherpa service. Used 64zero and Paclite smock, this sac is very versatile and a pleasure to use, the side mesh pockets used for drinks and the hipbelt pockets for monocular and energy bars. Have several sacs but this is by far my favourite.
Reviewed by David Dunne (UK) on 2005-09-30:
General comments: I've had the little darling for just over 4 months now and am absolutely chuffed! It's not let me down at all, even in some pretty poor conditions.
Cons: Just one minor gripe, as per other users the lack of an internal zipped pocket is at times frustrating, we walkers rely on these little extra's just to make us feel good! So Mr Berhaus, have a word with your design bods eh?
Reviewed by Peter Sexton (UK) on 2005-09-30:
General comments: Good rucksack for running. Can easily take 15kg with comfort over 2 days. waist belt a little thin for comfort. Should be sold with H2o pockets on shoulder straps. This would get over the nightmare of having to order 10 in as a special order to your dealers. Can' t work out what is the newest form of bladder exit from rucksack as everyone I've seen is different. Can someone tell me what the newest one is like!