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I have a Gregory Baltoro 65 pack and a big Agnes hog park 20 sleeping bag. Holy cow this bag is huge and bulky. I couldn’t get it in the sleeping compartment without undoing the little divider which just makes it take up too much space in the main compartment. My question is does anyone have this setup and am I just doing it wrong or do I need to upgrade to the Baltoro 85 I chose both of these as I’m a bigger guy and this pack fits right compared to the first one I had which was uncomfortable a...


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Looking for Jacket Recommendations

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SKU-8949k2luna16zz-k2-skis K2 Luna Skis from Altrec  sku

K2 Luna Skis - 8949k2luna16zz-k2-skis by K2

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by K2 - The K2 Luna Skis are entry-level snow sliders for the beginner or casual skier who wants a quality pair of skis for the right price. K2 uses their tried and true torsion box construction with cap sidewalls, which is a durable long-lasting design that also reduces the overall ski weight. Catch-Free Rocker also makes skiing more fun by helping you initiate and finish turns. Enjoy your ski day with the easy-to-use, lightweight Luna Skis from K2... Learn More

Manufacturer: K2

Keywords: Skis

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