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Women's pack: Gregory Deva or Osprey Ariel?
22nd February, 2010
I have a dilemma going on. I can't seem to choose between the Gregory Deva 60 or the Osprey Ariel 65 backpack.
Does anyone know which one is a better buy?
I'll be travelling for 7 weeks in Asia and then for 3 months in Central and South America.
Do you think 60 litres or 65 litres is a good size for a backpack?
#1 Posted: 22/2/2010 - 21:02
12th July, 2009
They are both top loading so I would say neither. Top loading packs are really annoying for travel. I have the mens version of the Ariel, the Aether, I would never use it for travel, great for trekking though.
#2 Posted: 1/5/2010 - 12:56
7th September, 2010
Consider the Osprey Waypoint 65 - it's a travel sack with clamshell opening rather than a top loader rucksack so nice and easy to get in and out of. It's also got a nice flap at the back that zips over the rucksack straps meaning there's less chance of anything being caught by conveyor belts etc in airports. It also has a 10 litre detachable day sack with full straps too.
#3 Posted: 7/9/2010 - 03:37
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