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Old 12-10-2006, 02:57 PM   #1
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So they have these "Infinite Trail" packs all over ebay for great prices. I was wondering if anyone had ever heard of them? I imagine they are totally generic bags, but you know what, I travel for 2-3 weeks every other year. I think it could stand up to what I need it for, its not like I'm camping and leaving the bag outdoors and stuff.


Thoughts? I would like to buy this soon (ie in the next few days for christmas...)
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can you give me a link? I did a search on google and on ebay and came up empty.
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Yeah same deal here. I've tried everything...
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Here is a link to the Ebay store. http://stores.ebay.com/The-Backpack-Place
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I didn't see that brand anywhere but the packs I saw on there were allright. I have to warn you though that a 5100 ci pack is MASSIVE. I have a 6500 ci, a 3500, and a 2700. I have had the 6500 for 4 years and not used it once. It's just too damn big. And this is coming from a guy that stands 6' 3" and weighs 275
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After doing a little research, imo these packs are decent at best.
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well like i said, decent is what i'm kinda going for here. I know its good to invest in a great pack, but for all i think about travelling, in reality i'm doing it less and less. my 2200 was too small, this was cheap, ergo, i think i'll get one.
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