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Dakine Sequence black or Olive Camo

 
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Feb 01, 2007 14:33 |  #1

Just wondering if people have seen the olive camo color in this bag. I won't be able to see it before I order it so I need some opinions. Thanks.


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Feb 01, 2007 21:25 |  #2

SEARCH next time. I found it on the second website in a google search.. 3 min max..

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Feb 01, 2007 21:54 |  #3

im ordering mine soon from http://www.backcountry​.com …0-cu-in.html?swatch=SEBLK (external link), still got yours Rafael?


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Feb 01, 2007 22:03 |  #4

yup, but I never use it. After I bought my National Geographic shoulder bag the Dakine got put up in the closet. I should get rid of it but its such a nice bag. I know i'll use it more once I hit up some terrain.


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Feb 01, 2007 22:12 as a reply to  @ DEMO's post |  #5

Took me like 3 weeks to find an online seller for a black. Its a great bag if you dont hav e too much gear, a little big on the outside though. good luck! (camo dosnt look half bad!)


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Feb 02, 2007 01:46 |  #6

i smell a second back ready to be purchased..


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Feb 02, 2007 03:35 |  #7

I saw the camo on in a ski shop, looks great. I ended up buying the Burton Zoom pack mainly because it fit me better and a couple other small reasons. I did not like the removable Camera Pack in the DaKine, the idea is great, the fit and function not so good to me. The DaKine is built a bit better but the Burton is still built great. I have used mine a few times skiing this year (including a couple big spills) with great success. Either are great packs.


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Feb 02, 2007 04:43 |  #8

got a link to a burton? i found one site with it and it only had one image and it was just of the outside.


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Feb 02, 2007 04:52 |  #9

CIDER wrote in post #2641690 (external link)
got a link to a burton? i found one site with it and it only had one image and it was just of the outside.

There are quite a few on here, just type "burton+zoom" in
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This one has some good photos


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Feb 02, 2007 06:16 |  #10

very cool i didnt even think about searching on here :P thx


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Feb 02, 2007 10:21 |  #11

I've been hiking around Berlin with my Sequence pack for the last few weeks and really enjoy it. I bought it with the idea that I could use it while snowboarding if I wanted, and comfortably carry my equipment around with me. I've used it as check-on luggage with no issues, and it made inspection of my equipment at the myriad of security checkpoints very easy.

The last few good weekends have found me out walking around Berlin with this pack on. I'm very pleased with it. I'll pack my 20D, 50mm, 75-300mm MkIII, 28-135mm IS, associated hoods, filters and manuals as well as some munchies and water and hardly notice the weight on my shoulders. The straps distrubute the weight very nicely and felt very comfortable on my back.

I liked this style of backpack as it was a rear entry model, making me feel a litle more secure about traveling around on the U-bahn and S-bahn around the city. I also like the removable camera pouch, allowing me to use the Sequence as a normal hiking/snowboarding pack.

Bought it in black, but the camo doesn't look half bad either.


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Feb 06, 2007 16:47 |  #12

DEMO wrote in post #2640375 (external link)
SEARCH next time. I found it on the second website in a google search.. 3 min max..

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My original question was for people who have seen the pack in person, I find companies can make items look a lot different in there pics compared to in person. I'm trying to debate between the two colors. I probably would buy the burton over the dakine but I have a chance to get the dakine for 20% off of cost. Kinda nice.

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