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    Sportsmans backpacks

    This subject may have already been covered has anyone bought their new pack wondering about quality and all day comfort I have a elberstock dragonfly but it pulls on my shoulders and neck was hoping a ridged frame might be more comfortable.

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    I know this isn?t a cheap option but I went all in on a stone glacier xcurve. Adjustable lumbar pad, shoulder straps that are independent and can be tilted in or out. I don?t have a crazy tall torso length at 18.5? but I was better off finding something at rei than a hunting store.

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    Same experience with Dragonfly. Works great with very light loads. Heavy loads I was very disappointed in the performance. Your shoulders will suffer with heavy loads.

    Currently, I use it mostly for basic hiking or camping although it was originally intended to be used as my hunting pack. Works great for these uses as long as I keep the loads light (15-20 lbs MAX).

    I changed packs and have been very happy.

 

 

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