Unisex Granite Gear Lutsen 35: Camino de Santiago Hiking Backpack Review

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Check out my intro video for insight into my pack criteria and initial impressions. https://youtu.be/4pQs7WYtSj0


AR1985 says:

I’m loving your reviews thanks so much!…I ordered the Kelty 44 already when I found you but if I don’t like it I may try the marmot you reviewed…is that still your final choice?

OhhState says:

Thanks for the review. I decided to purchase this bag for a short overnight trip due to your review. It looks like the right bag for me!

Vagabond Chavez says:

Thanks for making this! Awesome review.

MansterBear says:

I just found this pack like a day after ordering the Teton Sumitt 2800.
From pics, it seems that the Granite Gear has better options for adjusting, but the Teton has more outside compartments (and comes with a rain cover).

Any chance you happen to have experience with the Teton for comparison?

The Teton will be here in a few days, but now I’m torn wondering if I should have went with this one.

JuanCabiker says:

Thank you for your video, couldn’t find any comprehensive info about this backpack only pictures. Your video gave a good idea of what to expect.

Cesar Vallejo says:

Did you end up doing El Camino? Would love to hear about it.

M says:

I plan on walking the Camino Portugues this summer and that’s one of the packs I’m looking at to replace my old REI crestrail 48. That Granite Gear looks like a good pack for the money and I like that it doesn’t have a separate top compartment.

lonianne1 says:

This was a very helpful video! I’m getting ready to buy a new pack for short, weekend trips. I hiked the Camino in 2014 and carried an Osprey 34 pack. It actually turned out being a good size (and I packed VERY light!). I liked having extra room for a few souvenirs that I collected along the way! 🙂 Again, thanks for all the advise! Still trying to decide which​ pack to buy! Buen Camino!

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