APS 5 Adjustable back system Large body with base compartment Two compartment body. Zip off side pockets zip together to form a patrol pack. Draw cord closure compartment divider Snow sleeve extension with draw cord closer Extendable lid with external and internal lid pockets Side pocket re-enforcing straps Double Base Quick release chest harness Re-enforce hall loops front and back Hydration pocket and covered tube slot New 25mm modular webbing system 24’’ internal aluminium staves Hook and loop web retainers
Pack 120lts including side pockets 90l + 40l
Weight 4.3 Kg
Main material 1000D PU Coated nylon in NATO woodland camo.
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Sam Conway New Member
Registered: September 2006 Location: Yate, Bristol Posts: 24
Review Date: Tue 3, July, 2007
Would you recommend it? Yes |
Total Spent: £250.00| Rating: 9
Tough, Space, Comfort
A great bag if you're planning to transport small nations up hills.
A very big, very strong and fairly heavy bag, the weight can be a problem if using aircraft as it is nearly a quarter or most hold luggage allowance.
There is a water bladder pocket on the lid which can easily take 2 2.5l bladders which is very useful in hot environments.
The main compartment can be opened from the top or the bottom and has water proof covers at both ends, this makes packing and organisation much easier which can be a problem with such a large undivided space.
I have used this bag for treks lasting weeks and covering hundreds of miles while carrying 30-40 kilos and it stays comfy with no sore spots apart from on my thigh from hitching it up onto my back, once there you can (almost) forget it’s there.
Highly recommended and well worth the price, providing you need the capacity that is.