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Eric Johnson
(unimog) - MLife

Locale: Utah
ASolo Ultralight on 02/04/2013 13:55:11 MST Print View

Any reason I don't see any reviews of the ASolo Ultralight packs here (50 or 55 liter)? They are not really "ultra" light, bet look to be pretty good and I am a fan of their other mountaineering products.

Daniel Fish

Locale: PDX
... on 02/12/2013 06:11:04 MST Print View


Edited by on 06/11/2013 23:40:04 MDT.

Mark Andrews
(buldogge) - F

Locale: Midwest
Asolo 55... on 02/12/2013 07:45:15 MST Print View

Hmm...Interesting. Looks alot like the Lowe Alpine designs.

They don't list different torso sizes...I wonder if it uses a similar adjustable system as the Lowe.

Asolo gear is out of Canada and seems to be a franchise of the Italian shoe people...???

For the price, and the weight (2.02#) it seems like a decent deal for long as it fits!

-Mark in St. Louis

Jared Baker
(simply_light) - MLife

Locale: Midwest, US
Asolo 40 on 02/12/2013 08:44:32 MST Print View

I got the Asolo 40 last year at a huge discount, so I could not pass it up. It is pretty nice. It is a good compromise between lightweight and durability.

You can drop a couple of ounces with all the extra pull tabs and the internal frame bars (which are removable) and the shock cord expansion if that is not your style.

I would have liked to have seen at least one pocket for a water bottle on the outside, but that is just personal preference.

Jeffs Eleven
(WoodenWizard) - F

Locale: Greater Mt Tabor
Re: Asolo 40 on 02/12/2013 10:15:43 MST Print View

We sell the Copter 40. ANd a coupla of smaller packs.

Their Sleeping bags arent terrible but for 'us' there are better.

IMO Asolo makes nice boots ;)

Daniel Fish

Locale: PDX
... on 02/12/2013 11:36:00 MST Print View


Edited by on 06/11/2013 23:43:59 MDT.