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78726EDIT - OWNER REVIEW - Inov-8 Race 22 Pro Pack - Ty Webb

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  • Ray
    Jan 26, 2010
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      Hello Ty,

      Welcome to BackpackGearTest and thank you for your Owner Review, your initial edits will follow (below). They will take the following format;

      EDIT: must be changed
      Edit: should be changed but will be left to your discretion
      Comment: just that or something to think about

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      ***Height: 5 feet 7 inches

      EDIT: you need Metric (or Imperial) conversions for all measurements, weights, distances, etc. Please go through the entire review as they are almost all missing.

      ***City, State, Country: Grand Junction, CO, USA

      EDIT: please spell out the state for the benefit of our international readers

      ***Colour: Black/Lime

      EDIT: "color" is the way that Americans spell it. (I know you took it from the web site.)

      *** It has even a snow storm or two.

      EDIT: it has what, even a snow storm? Been used in one, survived one, been lost in oneĀ…? ;-)

      *** Overall I would estimate that I used the Race Pro Pack on over 30 day hikes.

      Edit: to be proper this should be 30 day-hikes. (Or was it used over 30-day hikes? That would be a long time for a 22 L pack, huh?)

      ***This system has the hydration bladder located horizontally around the lumbar inside the waistbelt of the pack

      EDIT: waist belt

      ***A foam pad that rests against the wearer's back offers support and can removed by a velcro sealed slot

      EDIT: Velcro is a trademarked name and is thus capitalized. But unless you know that it is Velcro you should just call it "hook-and-loop" . So, "and can removed by way of a slot with a hook-and-loop closure".

      *** The lid is not detachable but does latches to the pack

      EDIT: but does "latch"

      *** The packs is very adjustable with the fit

      EDIT: The "pack"
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