M Equinox Katahdin Review
by Will Rietveld
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Article Summary:The Equinox Katahdin Backpack offers a greater range of adjustability than what is found in most ultralight and frameless packs, with three circumferential compression straps that offer a wide volume range and a contribute to the creation of a virtual frame for load carrying support. Unlike most ultralight backpacks, the Equinox Katahdin has a number of harness adjustments including an adjustable hipbelt height to fine-tune it for torso length. This comprehensive review highlights the following features of the Equinox Katahdin Backpack: specifications, features (frame and suspension analysis, usability features, and load volume flexibility), field performance (pack load carrying capacity, durability), value, and recommendations for improvement.
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