Karrimor Sabre 60 to 100
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Large rucksack with expanding side pockets, simply compress when not required and release when the extra space is needed.
Karrimor Sabre 60 to 100 Reviews
Reviewed by Somebody (Somewhere) on 2006-02-06:
General comments: This is an incredibly heavy duty Pac and with a huge amount of space it is the same as the karimor independence which is produced in other colour and you don't have to put up with plain green.
I have this version however it is very comfortable and hard wearing and it feels and looks like it is built to last I would take this pack anywhere.
I bought this as my second pack and I seem to use this more than my other.
i would recoment to any oneComment on this review...
Pros: One of the big selling points that made me pick this bag I got a Karrimor gold warranty that means that if any thing and I mean anything happens to this in the first 2 years they will give me a brand new one even if it is my fault and then after 2 years if anything goes wrong with is that inset my fault they will replace it this is a lifetime warranty. It is very comfortable on the back. Huge amount of space and expandable sections.
Cons: The price is the only bad point that I can see with this product. But if you shop around you can get it at a good price - I got mine for £100. One other thing is that you mite be tempted to take more than you need because you will have space for it.
Reviewed by graeme (durham) on 2006-04-06:
General comments: Just like to point out that this also comes in 30 and 45 lts sizes. I have the 45lt size in jet black and it is a fabulous day sack. streamlined, you can really pull in the adjustments and get everything sitting really tight. Good for climbing as its just the right size to haul, carry and handle. The padded waist harness is really good and has a a hauling loop that really comes in handy. the padded waist strap is a bit thick and can make your sides sweat, but the back has an air flow mesh system which keeps the wind wistling between the rucksack and your back to keep you cool. Best feauture is that you can really scrunch up the drawcords to keep it tightly packed. This makes it quite a thin tower back rather than sag out the sides squat backpack, Good alround rucksack. Plain black looks good and hides the dirt unlike my Lowe Alpine grey and red sack. Could take this anywhere. Oh and it comes with ice axe loops that I store climbing gear on insteadComment on this review...
Pros: Can tighten it right up. scruntch it really tight
Cons: Could use some more loops, chains, bungees, etc,
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