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Comments about REI Stoke 29 Pack - 2013 Special Buy:
I used the Stoke 29 pack for the first time on a 3-week backpacking trip to SE Asia. It's a very lightweight pack because the material is thin and it doesn't have any internal or external frame. Not having the frame is advantageous because I was able to roll the pack up and put it in my bigger 65L pack when I didn't need it. But at the same time, since it doesn't have a frame, if you don't load up the pack, it will have no "structure." At times, I just had some magazines and some beach clothes in the main compartment and on the top compartment, I had my electronics. Because there's no frame, the top pocket just drooped down. It's not a big deal, but just something to be aware of if the pack isn't fully loaded or loaded enough to give it some "rigidity."
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