<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Majestic58 @ Jul 13 2006, 03:52 AM) [snapback]130785[/snapback]</div>
*laughs* I asked the same thing... but then I found that most websites that sell backpacks have a diagram... you measure from the top of your spin (that little hump just below your neck in the back) to the top of your hip bones....
Hey, most packs have adjustable torso sizes. I have an Osprey Cresent 70 and the hip belt can slide down to any size. It comes in M and L so it is a small adjustment to keep the pack balanced. Gregory packs are also really easy to adjust and have a large range of lengths. Small packs are not adjustable, but CamelBack tends to run a bit longer.