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    Seek Outside Unaweep 6300 Backpack - A 100L Ultralight Monster Hauler.

    This is the Seek Outside Unaweep 6300 ultralight tramping and/or hunting backpack:

    https://seekoutside.com/unaweep-6300-backpack/

    This pack weighs 2.4kg (5lbs. 3ozs. see below), but can hold around 100L of capacity if needed. It uses an ultralight and ultra-durable kevlar reinforced fabric that is also water proof if you seam seal the bag. A pack this light with this capacity is extremely hard to find.

    It includes the top bag and two hip pockets. It also includes two "talon" rear pocket modules. One is in hunter safety orange. The other is all mesh for carrying wet gear.

    The belt size is L and I am about 5'8" tall with 34-36" waist. The large belt fits 33-38" waists. You can order new belts to fit your size cheaply from the maker. The rest of the frame suspension is adjustable to you. You can also swap the size of the bag that attaches. So if you want a smaller bag for shorter overnight trips you can put it on. But if you want the monster hauler then you swap it back.

    This backpack is used by Elk hunters in the states and can easily handle 50+kg loads. See reviews online.

    I have too many backpacks and my hunting trips are rarely long enough to use this bag. I have taken it out 2-3 times and it has seen minimal use and I've never had to carry an animal out in it so it's not stained with blood. There are some light scratches on the bottom of the frame where it was put on the ground. But otherwise there is no damage, weird smells, stains, rips and all parts function as expected.

    See the reviews online to learn more about this pack. It is a serious ultralight piece of kit for tramping or hunting.

    Lifetime warranty on this pack from the manufacturer.

    $499 shipped.


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    This is a nice pack. Open to offers.

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    ttt

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