The guys at Exo Mountain Gear have made some changes to their packs for 2015. I have had my hands on a 2015 model for a couple of months now and have been using it for training hikes. The main concepts and design of the pack and frame are essentially the same as the 2014 model, which I used and reviewed last year.
I get that spending upwards of $500 for a pack is an investment. And if I am recommending a product like that, I want you guys to be as informed as possible. So for those of you considering a new pack this year, I thought I’d take the opportunity to run through some of what’s changed for 2015:
There is a lot about the packs in general that aren’t mentioned in these videos, so head on over to ExoMountainGear.com to learn more.