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  1. #26
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    Damn! Two solid deals in a row. I am not 100 percent which size I need. I plan to use it mainly for day trips and it seems based on what I've been reading they are fairly true to size despite the airbag. Can anyone sound off on that? Is the 32 adequate? Or is the extra size of the 42 necessary? I'm a little worried about it being overkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    Damn! Two solid deals in a row. I am not 100 percent which size I need. I plan to use it mainly for day trips and it seems based on what I've been reading they are fairly true to size despite the airbag. Can anyone sound off on that? Is the 32 adequate? Or is the extra size of the 42 necessary? I'm a little worried about it being overkill.

  3. #28
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    I have a bca 32 it is good for day trips. I would think 42 would only be needed if hauling ropes or sleeping bag.

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    just getting back in from out of county, grabbed the mammut, will post up specs when i get unloaded
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  5. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    Damn! Two solid deals in a row. I am not 100 percent which size I need. I plan to use it mainly for day trips and it seems based on what I've been reading they are fairly true to size despite the airbag. Can anyone sound off on that? Is the 32 adequate? Or is the extra size of the 42 necessary? I'm a little worried about it being overkill.
    I found the 32 to be more than enough for day trips. I fit probe, shovel, saw, small first aid kit, extra layer, extra gloves, camelbak bladder, lunch, and snacks with no problem. Also PMed you some pics.

  6. #31
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    yea agree 40+ seems excessive for day tripping. never hurts to have more space but as they say, the more space you have....


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    Quote Originally Posted by spchin24 View Post
    I found the 32 to be more than enough for day trips. I fit probe, shovel, saw, small first aid kit, extra layer, extra gloves, camelbak bladder, lunch, and snacks with no problem. Also PMed you some pics.
    Cool. I'll check them out. Thanks

  8. #33
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    I traded up. I could fit most everything in the 32 for a day tour, but typically found that I didn't have any extra room. So I going somebody here with a 42 that wanted a 32 and I'm a happy camper. Mostly I don't need all of the extra space, but occasionally I do, and at those times I'm happy I got the bigger pack.I'm occasionally wishing I had something smaller for sidecountrt, but for me, I erred on the right side.

    Let me know if you have any other specific questions. Seth

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    Quote Originally Posted by spchin24 View Post
    I have a like new Float 32 Red/Black with cylinder. Used it for a season and decided to get a fan based pack. Asking for $400 plus shipping.
    Sent you a pm.

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    Mammut 30L

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  11. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    Sent you a pm.
    Your PMs are full but unfortunately I sold the pack locally yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spchin24 View Post
    Your PMs are full but unfortunately I sold the pack locally yesterday.
    Well that fuckin blows. Didn't really give much of shot there.

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    Bump. Anyone else holding a new or lightly used float 32?

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    Ive got a minty bca float 22. The black colorway. Used more for hauling beers than anything else. 300 shipped with the canister. Recall for the pull cord taken care of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by japanada View Post
    Ive got a minty bca float 22. The black colorway. Used more for hauling beers than anything else. 300 shipped with the canister. Recall for the pull cord taken care of.

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    I have a BCA Float 27 lightly used. Check my thread.

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