Yoke-style padded shoulder straps with lens cloth and retractable Night Sight LED light
Suspended adjustable/detachable mesh padded back
Water resistant fabric
Large multi-day pack with Enduroflex™ lightweight composite multi-adjustable frame is designed to haul big loads of up to 80 lbs. Water resistant fabric. Volume: 7,130 cubic inches. Weight: 6.93 lbs. Dimensions: 36"H x 17.5"W x 10.5"D. Imported.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Tyler1989 COMFY>QUALITY
Honestly had this pack filled heavy and was super comfy on my back. Lots of room to fit whatever you feel necessary (probably even could fit the kitchen sink!)
But there is a major downfall. The pack is garbage. One of the main top clip's stitching broke before I had even packed it. The clips dont guide properly causing them to be cross-clipped and jammed almost every other time. The straps struggle to stay tight and you will most likely be spending most of your walking time re-tightening or completely fed-up and just holding it tight.
All in all the quality is way lacking. The pack is comfy, but there needs to be more too it then that.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rykpa Good size and sturdy
Ample size and sturdy frame. If you are looking for multiple compartments within the main body, you may not like this, but I am organizing my load in PVC and sturdy containers.
May 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2Taul Very good product for the price
I haven't had time to take this out in th field yet, but it is very lage and light .My main concern was fit ,because I am 6 foot 8 inches tall.I maxed out the strap placements, loaded some stuff for weight and the fit is good.I will be using this for a Colorado elk hunt this year and I will report on this pack again then.
March 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pshn50 Hugh Backpack
I bought this for a standby weekend camping pack and emergency bug out bag.
Well this pack holds enough gear to get you through a week or more, you can't beleive how big this pack is. Very comfortable once you get the correct set-up for your size.
Carries my TC muzzle loader and holds it along with anyhting else you might think of.
Very happy, great pack for a good price. Similar packs cost twice as much or more.
January 17, 2013
I tried it and it has no problem with wieght or comfort. The quality lacks though. The clips regularly dont line up causing unclipping to be a frustration. and the straps do stay tight so for most of the hikes i spent hold the tightening end taunt... id drop bigger money on a quality pack if i were you
im planin on doin alot of mountain hunts sheep, goats and such id be packin for week or two and hopin to be packin camp and trophys out i want a pack thats gonna cut it will this pack do it???? thanx for the responce much abliged
There are straps but whatever you mount would be hitting the back of your knees as you walk. There are straps up the center of the pack that I used for mounting my sleeping pad. The pack is large enough to allow the sleeping bag to go inside and the pad and tent to be mounted vertically on the pack
No. I packed it into the mountains in a rainstorm. I purchased an aftermarket rain cover and any areas not covered were soaked through when I finally made camp. Make sure you use some means of waterproofing whatever you put in the pack. I used trash bags and they worked great. Kept everything separate and dry
The term 100% makes this answer a definite no however, I have yet to own any pack that cannot be blown away in a tornado or hurricane. That said, the pack has a cinch cord at the top of the large compartment, duffle bag, and then a well secured cap. Blowing rain finds its way into everything and dry stuff sacks are a good alternative to finding a waterproof pack. There is a "waterproof" pocket on the pack to hold money or the such, about the size of a wallet. If you plan to travel in inclement weather, then a waterproof pack cover may work for you but, they do get pulled off by tree branches and blow away when you are not looking. Use stuff sacks for the critical cargo and let the pack breath so the wet tent or ground cloth can dry during the days hike.