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    Im looking for a dayhike/overnight pack and liked what i saw from camelbak. I was wondering if any body had any experince with these and was the quality good.
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    Quality is excellent. Their packs are very well made. Good stitching and great customer service. You can't go wrong with their gear.
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    these packs are great quality is top notch i have been using them since 2011 in and out of military.

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    Great products, I love my motherlode.

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    I'd suggest a search for Motherlode, BFM, and even the MULE on the small side.

    there's some great reviews on here by some members - Bill just did a few nice threads on the Motherlode recently.

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    great products indeed... i have a few different ones(mtn.biking, hiking and hunting) i have been using for years...
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    I have a Blowfish for shorter day trips. It's expandable if I need the room. Very good construction. The bladders are nearly indestructible.

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    Good stuff, I have been useing my Rimrunner for years

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    I have 2 camelbak packs the Motherload and rim runner. The Motherload is a great well made pack had it for 2 years and used it many outtings and over nighters. Still looks brand new. I use the rim runner for fast light hikes in parks on trail or for trail running. It has been a good little pack to. However if I was to get a new pack I would look into the new tri-zip really good long review here. http://zombiehunters.org/forum/viewt...p?f=14&t=71055
    I agree with the author that one of the draw backs on the Motherload is the back bulging out with a bladder in it. Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by solocanoe View Post
    I'd suggest a search for Motherlode, BFM, and even the MULE on the small side.

    there's some great reviews on here by some members - Bill just did a few nice threads on the Motherlode recently.
    I used a BFM as my main ruck in Afghanistan back in 2004, 2005, still carry that same one on light backpacking trips. Really well made stuff. Cleverly designed as well.
    Who would have thought a water bladder company could have become a great packmaker, but they did.

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