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What backpacks could you suggest to someone who wishes to go on a long odyssey?

>extra points if you can identify the backpack in pic related
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>>2743026
Kill yourself, loser.
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>>2743026
A2 jackets are based
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>>2743026
Live yourself, winner.
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>>2743026
I did what you’re describing. I used this. It was a gift but I believe it is the Osprey Atmos AG 50. Just make sure your weight is distributed properly and itll be like its not even there
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>>2743026
Name of this aesthetic?
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>>2743026
imagine how uncomfortable that fit is vs wearing advance synthetic gear like arcteryx or north face
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>>2743243
Bad trollpost
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>>2743238
It's a long road - Dan Hill
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>>2743237
>>2743209
Thank you guys!
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>>2743243
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>>2743243
>REI has deposited 1 diversibuck to your account
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>>2743209
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>>2743243
I wish I could laugh at you but I'm never carrying any real weight without a belt again. If you don't feel lots of weight hit your shoulder when you unbuckle that you're doing it wrong.
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>>2743238
white human
captcha
>NIGGER
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>>2743026
>>2743237
I'm late to the party but the #1 thing I learned carrying big packs on long trips: Really tighten up that hip belt.
Hip transfer let a hungry skeleton like me go way farther than I otherwise could've
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>>2743026
What kind of an odyssey? What do you plan to do, which countries do you plan to be in? Anything concrete besides larping?
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>>2743243
>el north façe
Nice meme brands, teenager.
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>>2743270
>It's a long road - Dan Hill
That's Rambo's OST.
OP is Roddy Piper in They Live.
Completely different movies, aesthetics and moods.
Roddy discovers ZOG and destroys it, Rambo loves and helps ZOG.
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>>2743026
You don’t want that pack if you actually plan on walking far.
>no hip belt (that alone is enough)
>no sternum strap
>deep (from wearers back to the outside back of the pack) rather than tall
>frameless outside of uktralight niche

A regular recreational pack like >>2743237 will be much, much more comfortable. Osprey is a pretty gay company and their innovation has tanked in the last 5 years but the suspension on the AG line of packs really is top notch.
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>>2743243
Yeah but if you plan on interacting with people you'll need to either carry twice as many clothes or spend all your time washing and drying them because polyester makes you smell like shit after an hour.
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>>2743238
Male Perfection
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>>2747596
About 8 years ago I was camping and realized my Taiga no longer water proof. The local outdoor gear store had fuck all in selection, either 600 bux or 150 bux, and the only choice of colour was grey, grey or grey. The grey one for 150 bux was a North Face. It died this summer. So yeah, North Face is a nice meme.
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I backpacked Europe extensively and found that the high cost of goods saw me carrying more household junk around than I would have liked, but I didn't bring a tent.
So in terms of size I think you're looking at something like this>>2743237.
I valued a clam shell design because it's easier to move the zipper than rummage, and mounting points for a security cable saved my shit twice.

First time someone snatch and grabbed my shit and ended up dragging a table several meters before fleeing, on several occasions someone trying to move it without my knowledge gave themselves away, which might have been an accident or an attempted theft. It made the people who did the wrong thing angry.

Get a pack with a waist band and suffer the awkwardness, or suffer the back injury. Don't discount the value of wheeled luggage, if your 50 liter is long rather than wide you might as well have wheels on the bottom of it. And square packs are incredibly awkward in crowds
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>>2743026
>i want to go outside on a long wild-camping trip
>what's a good pack for this?
>>2743029
>somehow has a problem with this
>i am insecure and have to make everything into a fake competition where i pretend to win, loser.
amerifat detected, opinion rejected.
so back to OP's question.
It must be a small and rugged bergen, if you are in europe you probably won't need more than a day's food and water at any time. so it can be small and light. i hear good things about osprey but personally I'd source some army surplus with a hip strap and maybe a frame.
>>2743238
central american from the 1980's.
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>>2743238
Early 70s homeless
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>>2743026
>>2749207
>>2749378
Tbh how do I build this aesthetic
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>>2749824
don't neglect the hair, and despite not seeing them, the shoes will make this fit. also get fit physically to make these items sit well.
everything else should be apparent: light jeans, short & worn brown bomber/leather jacket, chequered/plaid shirt. earth tones, no reds.
rolling around on a muddy field and doing physical things will age your jacket very quickly.
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>>2749824
>Spend all your money on a time machine
>Go back to early 70s
>No more money for rent, you're now homless
VOILA

Bonus points if you invest in Apple and get very rich because that way you can build a fancier time machine.



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