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  1. #11
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    Not really suited to doing the overland track or similar.

    But I could use one of these on my property for weed clearing.

    At the moment I try to squeeze all my tools, weed killer etc. into a day pack, which doesn't work to well.

  2. #12
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    Cheers for that!
    What an awsome design, Ive just ordered one in tan and black.
    When using it for 2 to 3 days walks I'm planning on using this...

    USMC SealLine Insert Dry Bag Mac Sack ILBE 65 Liter Hiking Canoeing Boating NEW | eBay

    Either that or three of the 18ltr bags stacked horizontally one on top of tne other like the Luxurylite Stackpack system i gave a link to above.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckford View Post
    Not really suited to doing the overland track or similar.

    But I could use one of these on my property for weed clearing.

    At the moment I try to squeeze all my tools, weed killer etc. into a day pack, which doesn't work to well.
    I think that is the beauty of this pack - the versatility.

    Quote Originally Posted by alittlebitconcerned View Post
    Cheers for that!
    What an awsome design, Ive just ordered one in tan and black.
    When using it for 2 to 3 days walks I'm planning on using this...

    USMC SealLine Insert Dry Bag Mac Sack ILBE 65 Liter Hiking Canoeing Boating NEW | eBay

    Either that or three of the 18ltr bags stacked horizontally one on top of tne other like the Luxurylite Stackpack system i gave a link to above.
    Good stuff mate. Mac is good to deal with as well.

    Mine will get a good workout on a 4 day coastal work in September.
    Simon

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  4. #14
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    Feb 2010
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    Ok. I am just starting to get into some more serious walks since getting this pack - hasn't taken too long .

    I recently did a day walk up Higgs Track and had it lightly loaded with more food than I needed, spare thermals, rain jacket, thick polar fleece jacket, first aid kit. On the belt I had 2 bottles of water, camera, knife, some snacks, mobile phone. Weather was cold, overcast but no rain to speak of.

    The pack was extremely comfortable but I would expect that with a light load. I could hardly notice the pack, it felt great. Having gear on the belt I found made things like camera, snacks, water really easy to access, without having to stop.

    I am still really happy with the pack, and will hopefully be doing more diverse walks over the next few months with some more weight, and inevitably in some Tassie rain, so will report back with how it goes, if people are interested.
    Simon

    95 Defender HCPU 130

  5. #15
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    Feb 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckford View Post
    Not really suited to doing the overland track or similar.

    But I could use one of these on my property for weed clearing.

    At the moment I try to squeeze all my tools, weed killer etc. into a day pack, which doesn't work to well.
    Will let you know about the Overland Track, as I am possibly doing it next March, and depending how the pack performs over the next few months, I may consider using it.
    Simon

    95 Defender HCPU 130

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