Waymark Gear Lite 50L Backpack Review
Jun 14, 2022 at 8:00 am #3752039Ben KilbourneBPL Member
Companion forum thread to: Waymark Gear Lite 50L Backpack Review
The Waymark Gear Lite 50L backpack features a unique shoulder-strap attachment system and several fit-related features that might appeal to larger users.Jun 19, 2022 at 8:50 am #3752806William IreyBPL Member
@bjireyLocale: Western Washington
I followed a PCT thru hikers vlog last year who used this Waymark pack the complete hike who absolutely loved it. In norther Ca. He even switched to their smaller pack without a hip belt through Or. , then back to the 50L in Wa.
Thanks for the review and article.Jun 19, 2022 at 4:03 pm #3752837The ELBPL Member
Maybe Im late to the party here or missed the note about it but what in the world are you carrying in that large pipe? Water? Make shift bear can? I am intrigued.Jun 19, 2022 at 10:17 pm #3752860Chris FormyDuvalBPL Member
My guess given the nature of the background is that is a groover although it may also go by other names. I’ll leave the details to the reader http://www.campingbykayak.com/grand-canyon-groover/Jun 20, 2022 at 9:36 am #3752877Ben KilbourneBPL Member
It’s a poop tube I made like a decade ago. I’ve since switched to using large protein powder containers for rivers where hard-sided canisters are required. But I had thrown them all away by the time this trip happened so I had to take the old heavy one
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