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    Jandd Zoor Alpinist.

    Nearly 20 years old. A few repaired ski slashes but honestly indestructible.

    Not mine but gives the idea...

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    Osprey Stratos 24, saw an ad on Craigslist a few years ago and drove over an hour to pick it up in Maine for $50....3 years old but brand new, guy had bought it but never used it. Best pack I've ever owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.m View Post
    Jandd Zoor Alpinist.

    Nearly 20 years old. A few repaired ski slashes but honestly indestructible.
    Dave M., my mid-sized pack for multi-day hiking and skiing is the Zoor's bigger brother, the Keshet Alpinist, although Jandd calls it a "full-sized pack." Like your Zoor, it is about 20 years old and bomber. There's a good chance that it will be the only mid-sized pack I'll ever own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEO View Post
    Dave M., my mid-sized pack for multi-day hiking and skiing is the Zoor's bigger brother, the Keshet Alpinist, although Jandd calls it a "full-sized pack." Like your Zoor, it is about 20 years old and bomber. There's a good chance that it will be the only mid-sized pack I'll ever own.
    Hey, that's pretty cool. It's not a brand one sees out here much. I would be curious to know how you found it. Perhaps Pagocycle? Was that the shop that used to downtown?

    I heard about them in the early 90s from bike bags and panniers. Their super large seat pack is one of the best bike accessories ever.

    My wife and I lived in Monterey CA for a bit and a shop in Pacific Grove carried them. My old Sacs Millet was worn beyond repair so Ingot the Zoor. It's been a sturdy work horse. My son is slowly taking it over, as he does some local trail work and is a bit rough on stuff.

    I can't recommend their larger packs. Just not up to to the task in terms of suspension.

    Can't believe anybody out here would own a Jandd. Super interested to know the story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave.m View Post
    Hey, that's pretty cool. It's not a brand one sees out here much. I would be curious to know how you found it.
    I picked mine up at Outdoor Gear Exchange, when it was on Cherry Street. I have one of their saddle bags, that I picked up later.

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