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ex May 12th, 2012 19:32

Picked up a new pack..

Camelbak Linchpin in Multicam.

Simply an awesome pack. It's adjustable with a yoke system designed by Mystery Ranch..you know its gonna be awesome then.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...l/IMG_0183.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...l/IMG_0181.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...l/IMG_0178.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...l/IMG_0180.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...l/IMG_0179.jpg

Hydrate or Die!

coach May 12th, 2012 19:49

Sweet pack Ex! Bigger than I expected after the first pic.

ex May 12th, 2012 19:53

I dare anyone to run out of room on this pack..it's perfectly designed for 24 hours in the field...I have sworn by my eagle 3 day pack for years..this one is my new go to. I am currently working on a full review for you guys.

Off_kilter May 12th, 2012 20:45

Here's mine which is slowly becoming my BOB.

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OM3GA November 13th, 2012 03:02

I thought I would post up my packs since there hasn't been a new post in a while. Sorry for some of the images quality, my lighting wouldn't quite agree.

Kelty Redwing 44. It has been by hiking pack and it can just barely fit all of my stuff inside. A slightly bigger pack would be nice but I can't complain, so far its held up great.
http://imageshack.us/a/img201/8981/kelty44cover.jpg
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Tasmanian Tiger Essential Pack. Haven't got a ton of use out of it yet but the quality seems to be that of some of my US and Canadian made gear, and for $50 it's hard to beat. It holds 6 liters and fits my source hydration bladder great with room to spare for extra gear.

http://imageshack.us/a/img594/8654/t...gerepfront.jpg
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Quote:

Originally Posted by Conker (Post 1642654)
If anyone has a Tasmanian Tiger pack... Post pics of your setups and your opinion of it!

We've got most of their line at work just this week, and I'm looking for some feedback on them. I considered switching my Kelty for one of these as they look pretty well made, unfortunately Tasmanian offers a 45 and an 85 pack; nothing in between. I need a ~65, so I'll be keeping my Kelty...

I will have to update this post when I get more use out of it but on all of my Tasmanian Tiger gear the quality is top notch. Good, solid stitching on all of the places that count and close to perfect finish all around. I was amazingly surprised at the quality for the price.

Nakes April 12th, 2013 14:49

God damn I love this pack. Gone fishin'... Sort of.
http://i1132.photobucket.com/albums/...ps26dc06c9.jpg

Kit May 24th, 2013 23:34

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I love my Rush 72. Carry's all my shit and does not strain my back at all. :)

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MooseHead92 January 26th, 2014 02:23

What packs can be attached on a CIRAS? Through MOLLE webbing, of course.

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DaRkCoMmAnDo January 26th, 2014 10:37

Eagle modular assault pack. It molles onto back, but is attached to the molle by Velcro, so you can probably pull it off yourself. I have short arms so I never really tried when I had that combo, lol.

Kingsix May 29th, 2014 05:37

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Rachet straps yo!

BattleBorn January 31st, 2015 13:31

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This is the actual bag that accompanied me to the Ghan, a SORD Day Pack.

Back then it held everything but the kitchen sink; ECM, batteries for that bloody thing, 2 spare mags, extra bags of ammo/link, a Patrol Medic kit as I was also the PM (Combat First Aider was the Aussie term), food, water, cam netting, if you can think of it, somehow it was in there!

I bought this bag from SORD Australia, there is http://www.sordusa.com/ now, 1 of me mates discharged and joined the company and actually made a package based on my setup!

It's been through the wringer, blown up a few times and is still in 1 piece. I absolutely love it!

Amoki December 1st, 2015 21:31

Slight necro thread - but unsure whether I should actually open a separate thread or not.

I am looking for a decent 60-70L pack. In the past, I've always managed with my Camelbak Tri-zip 35L pack on "dry" 24 hr games (which is enough to carry NODS and night-fighting tools, ammo, food, spare commo, batteries and some tools) but I have noticed that if I need to prepare for wet/cold weather I require at least another 20-30L for Goretex softshell top and bottom, fleece, underlayer, spare socks etc.

Have been eyeing something like the Pantac Forward Deployment pack (~60L), but anyone with experience with a better pack?

redzaku December 1st, 2015 22:57

5.11 rush 72 or go home

Lone_Bullet.be December 2nd, 2015 16:36

Try arc'teryx leaf, if you have money to spend that is.

Kungpow December 2nd, 2015 23:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by Conker (Post 1642654)
If anyone has a Tasmanian Tiger pack... Post pics of your setups and your opinion of it!

We've got most of their line at work just this week, and I'm looking for some feedback on them. I considered switching my Kelty for one of these as they look pretty well made, unfortunately Tasmanian offers a 45 and an 85 pack; nothing in between. I need a ~65, so I'll be keeping my Kelty...

http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l1...psv33kcndn.jpg

Right to left. USMC Propper/Arcteryx Assault Pack, Camelbak Mule and the Tasmanian Tiger Essentials Pack.

So I have had the TT Essentials Pack for about a year and its awesome. For $50 the value and quality is outstanding.


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