Nice job. A couple of very minor things to fix and then you can
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--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "morology" <morology@y...> wrote:
> 5700 cu in / 93 l
### Liters can be abbreviated with an uppercase L since the lowercase
l looks like a 1. It's the exception to the lowercase unit
abbreviation rule (but not required, btw).
> The pack is made with lightweight 210 double ripstop and 420 chainlink
### Are these two (210/420) denier measurements? If so, adding the
word denier will make it clear that it's not some new tricky fabrics
that just get numbers for a name.
> into two compartments by a sewn in and buckled divider which can be
> unclipped from one side and pushed out of the way if one has bulky
### "if I have bulky" (lose the 3rd person pronouns to avoid projection)
> it was time to load it up and head out. It will hold a lot more than
> any insane person would want to carry (that is anything over 45 lb or
> 20 kg, for me.) With the excellent side compression straps and two
### "me)." -- the period ends the sentence, not the parenthetical
> I figured it was the flap fitted over the zipper. It is too thin.
> Another inch or 2.54 centimeters at least would do just about right.
### You could also use the parenthetical here --- "Another inch (2.5
cm) at least"...