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Old 05-10-2005, 06:11 PM   #1
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Yes I like it. That's the kind of pack I would pesonally buy. Love the front loader idea. So much better and of course the detachable daypack is always a better idea.
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Wow I like that pack alot, how many liters is it? I didn't see volume measurements.

Almost makes me want to reconsider my pack.
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On the Eagle Creek site it lists the Ultimate Explorer at 5400 cu. in. / 88 liters.
That's definately a lot of room! But it looks like a good, sturdy pack. It also has an internal hydration system sleeve...
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