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REI Flash 62 Pack - Men's - Special Buy

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  • New tubulur aluminum perimeter frame and updated, structured hipbelt offer superior load transfer and stability, letting you carry hefty loads while minimizing pack weight
  • Hipbelt cradles the hips for a natural fit and offers impressive comfort and load transfer for an ultralight pack
  • Hipbelt webbing system lets you use a natural forward pulling motion for quick, easy cinching and precise adjustment
  • Precurved shoulder straps match your anatomy for nonbinding comfort and stability; perforated foam allows body vapor to pass through for improved comfort
  • New molded, mesh-covered EVA back panel offers comfortable, ventilating performance that rivals heavier packs
  • Top-loading main compartment can also be accessed from a zippered opening at the bottom; floating top lid can be extended to create additional volume
  • Hydration pocket holds a reservoir of your choice (sold separately) for drinking water on the go
  • Floating front pocket maintains volume even when the main compartment is fully loaded; it offers convenient storage and allows more compressible gear to be stored behind it
  • Large mesh side pockets hold items for quick access
  • Hipbelt has zippered pockets on both sides for on-the-go access to essentials such as snacks and lip balm
  • Water-resistant zippers let you stash valuables away from the elements
  • Lightweight Speed Hook attachment points let you strap tools and bulky gear to the pack; quick-release straps at the bottom offer easy attachment of a sleeping bag or pad
  • Side compression straps help secure both large and small loads for increased stability
  • The REI Flash 62 Pack is made with ripstop nylon that provides durability; polyurethane coating adds weather resistance
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REI Flash 62 Pack - Men's - Special Buy Specs
Specification
Description
Best use
Backpacking
Internal
Yes
59 / 62 / 65 liters
3,600 / 3,783 / 3,966 cubic inches
2 lbs. 14 oz. / 3 lbs. / 3 lbs. 2 oz.
1.3 / 1.36 / 1.4 kilograms
No
16 - 18 / 17 - 19 / 18 - 20 inches
28 - 42 / 30 - 44 / 34 - 46 inches
Ripstop nylon
Aluminum
1 peripheral hoop
No
Top
Top / bottom
7 + main compartment
No
No
Men's
Frame type
Ultralight
Gear capacity (L)
Gear capacity (cu. in.)
Weight
Weight - metric
Adjustable torso
Fits torso
Fits waist/hips
Material(s)
Frame material
Number of stays
Suspended mesh back panel
Pack loading
Pack access
Number of exterior pockets
Sleeping bag compartment
Raincover included
Gender

REI Flash 62 Pack - Men's - Special Buy

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Rated 4.1818/5 based on 11 reviews
Rated 4out of5
by fromgreat pack i got this pack on sale for $95 as an upgrade form my super small terra45 from when i was 13 yrs old and i am getting back into backpacking. many people are saying its nice to put the tent at the bottom of the pack, but i actually found it better and easier to put the tent in between the main compartment and the freefloating pocket. I use the kelty tn2 and it fits really well and it fit my old USMC military tent my dad had in it fairly well too. all around great pack just don't like the hip belt having a plastic piece to keep a shape makes it hard to lay the pack down.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Rated 2out of5
by fromMoney could be better spent I really wanted to like this pack, it was on sale for 95$. The bottom carrying straps dont stay tight, I almost lost a 100$ rope. The buckles are cheap flimsly plastic, i was a fraid they were going to snap every time I used them. the mesh pockets on the side arent sewn into the pack and reach around to each other behind the front pocket. The pack is comfortable enough, however. I just think there are better packs out there.
Date published: 2014-04-02
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat Pack Bought this a month ago for a trip to Mt. Muir in California. Used it to hike in to base camp and used it as a day pack for a climb of Muir which required a crampon ascent up to the pass. Loved it. I really like the expandable space between the outside pocket and the inside pocket for stashing my jacket as the weather was changing constantly. I had the large and the fit was perfect and it had plenty of space for everything I needed. Highly recommended especially for the price I paid.
Date published: 2014-05-31
Rated 5out of5
by fromWet and muddy and hating life. Pack Survived My friend had an Ospry that could carry 70 Pounds and I had my Flash 62 that could apparently only carry 60. I stuffed this bag and latched on an extra dry sack as I went waddling around in freezing rain, mud and flash floods on 20 degree days for 7 straigh miserable days. And it lasted. It repelled as much water as it could, it didn't rip or tear, it was comfortable even when soaked. When I seen my friends bag I cursed myself for not getting the same one, when I came home from my trip, I was happy as ever that this is the one that I own. I'll keep it forever, and will soon travel Europe with it.
Date published: 2014-04-17
Rated 3out of5
by fromgreat pack, bad belt. I loved this pack at first. The color is odd, but I buy for fit and function, not color. The frame moves very well with you as you walk, and the bottom access is KEY for setting up a tent you may keep in the bottom without pulling everything out of your pack. My only complaint is that the hip belt literally rubbed my hips raw any time I hiked over 10 miles. I had to resort to covering up my raw hips with duct tape. this is a great deal and if it's cold and you wear a bunch of clothes, this could be good. There are better and more comfortable bags out there.
Date published: 2014-03-09
Rated 4out of5
by fromGood pack for the price Pretty good pack for the money. I have had mine for 3 years before getting an Osprey. It's taken a beating and held up really well. The shoulder/hip straps all adjust well and it distributes weight evenly. Ventilation could be better but it's still decent. You probably won't find a better pack in this price range. Access through the bottom and top of the bag make it easy to get to all of your gear. Only real complaint is that the straps on the bottom of the bag do not stay in place once you tighten them. If you have a rope, sleeping pad, etc... it may fall out once they loosen up. I wouldn't load it up with more than 25lbs of gear either. Overall it's a great pack for the price range. It has it's shortfalls but they are fairly nominal and functionally the bag does really well.
Date published: 2014-04-18
Rated 4out of5
by fromSolid Pack I just got back from a short trip with the pack. My wife and I both used this pack, and it had plenty of room for our stuff, even though we were far from ultralight. I would say we had about 35lbs each. Its a fairly simple design. The bottom zipper is key, as it would be a pain reaching anything on the bottom otherwise. The little pockets on the belt could have been a little bigger, as I could only fit my phone in one, and maybe my car keys in the other. It would be hard to cram a camera or anything else in one. I'm torn about the side pocket design. On the plus, it made it easy to stuff a jacket in as I got warm, but it is too loose otherwise to hold anything in place. My only real gripe was that for some reason, the padding in the back right along the belt really stuck into my back. I know the frame went right behind it at the point, so I don't know if the frame was causing the discomfort, but had this been a long trip, it could have been a real pain. Overall - for the price, you can't beat it, its light, fairly large, and balances the load well. I'm sure you can get more if you're willing to spend more, but if you are only taking 1-2 trips per year with it like I do, this will get the job done.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat backpack It's a good pack for the price. I used this super light backpack for my 3-week trip in Germany. It worked very well. My average load was about 22-26 lbs, but got close to 31 lbs in the end of the trip. You know... mugs and steins from Hofbrauhaus . I will certainly use it again for my next trip to Europe. However, I will also bring a packable duffle for souvenirs.
Date published: 2014-05-17

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