M GoLite Infinity Backpack REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
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Article Summary:The GoLite Infinity pack is the largest of GoLite's new Unlimited Series of internal frame packs. We found that the GoLite Infinity Backpack's frame and harness were good enough to comfortably carry at least 40 pounds (18 kg), possibly more. This is remarkable for a sub 2.5 pound (1.1 kg), 3,250 cubic inch (53 L) pack with durable fabric and all the bells and whistles such as the GoLite Infinity Backpack's fully padded harness, five pockets, including a top lid with pocket, durable xPac™ fabric in high wear areas, dual tool loops, a hydration sleeve, good load compression, and a narrow climbing friendly profile. The GoLite Infinity Backpack will do everything from a casual overnight to a multi-day ice climb to a week-long backcountry ski trip. This comphrehensive review presents the GoLite Infinity Backpack's detailed specifications and features, including information about its unique frame system, frame and suspension performance, usable features and ease of use, load volume flexibility / compression, and field performance observations related to load carrying capacity, durability, and value.
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