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groundhog's picture
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Location: zone 20 Saskatchewan
Joined: 08/14/2009
Posts: 772
Pockets and lots of them!

There are so many out there now you can find a pack for any situation but for me it has to have lots of pockets that’s my biggest problem with pack is keeping every thing organized!

ndemiter's picture
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Location: lawrence, KS
Joined: 05/17/2007
Posts: 647
i've had a cabelas alaskan

i've had a cabelas alaskan guide model framepack for a long time. it's not a bad pack. it's heavy, there's a lot of things on it i don't use. so i modified it. i studied engineering in college, but i had a PE in redneck engineering by the time i was in highschool.


here's the evolution of my frame pack. i took tubing cutters and made a tripod swivel out of the extendible top bar. i took off the freighter pod bottom. i cut out the rainfly, i cut half the straps(including the ones for the soft pack part) and took a lot of padding out,

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gjk5's picture
Location: Grand Junction, CO
Joined: 12/28/2009
Posts: 19
I bought a Badlands 2200 last

I bought a Badlands 2200 last season and have been very happy with it.  As someone else said; you can fall victim to the extra room while using as a day pack, it gets heavy quick.

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