the people square

a community serious about adventuring

Review Key

 

 

 

the people square reviews everything and anything travel using the Rucksack Rating system. Each review features a Rucksack Rating and a summary of how and why the rating was established. Here is a breakdown of how the grading works:

 

ZERO Rucksacks – I wouldn’t even wish this upon my worst enemy.

 

A HALF Rucksack – Somewhere on the road in between.

 

ONE Rucksack – The last resort (ie. sleep at the train station).

 

TWO Rucksacks – Consider other options.

 

THREE Rucksacks – Has potential, but nothing to write home about.

 

FOUR Rucksacks – Solid choice.

 

 

FIVE Rucksacks – Impressive. I highly recommend this.

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