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Kifaru’s AMR Bag- Up to the Task

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Kifaru's AMR Bag—Up to the TaskBy Brock Akers, Rokslide ModeratorWhen it comes to bag selections, Kifaru offers many choices. There is something for every style of hunting. For...

Initial Ascent Backpack Review

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I’ve been working with a new backpack company the last few months: Initial Ascent. It’s been fun to see a new company jump into the market and bring fresh...
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Cabela’s Alaskan Guide External Frame Backpack

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Cabela's Alaskan Guide - External Frame Jared Bloomgren ("J-Rod")   As backcountry hunters we are always looking for the best way to get our animals out of the rough...
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Buying A Backpack

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Buying A Backpack  A-Z By Aron Snyder, Rokslide Prostaff It’s that time of year again and all the hunting forums seem to get overloaded with “what pack do...

Seek Outside Lanner 5400 Backpack Review

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As I drove into the small parking area of the remote trailhead, my friend Jared Lampton stepped out of his vehicle with a grim look on his face. I...

Stone Glacier Krux EVO 3300 Review, Part 1

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Back in February, the Stone Glacier guys fitted me with their Krux EVO 3300 backpack.  I had been contemplating this system as it fits my needs so well. As I...
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Review: SJK Bounty 2.0 Backpack

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SJK Bounty 2.0 Backpack Reviewby Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff The day was cloudy and bitingly cold. My son James was shivering in his boots, but still peeking through...

Mystery Ranch Metcalf Bag – NICE frame

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Mystery Ranch NICE Metcalf Initial Impressions By Todd Kelly When I heard that the guys down at Mystery Ranch (MR) had a new bag design for the NICE frame system,...

Kifaru Timberline

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KIFARU TIMBERLINE  BY Aron Snyder 5lbs 9oz’s 5,400 cubic inches of internal space, 1,800 cubic inches of exterior pockets Dual layer 500 denier Cordura bellow sleeping bag compartment zipper,...

Kifaru Fulcrum Backpack Review

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The Kifaru  Fulcrum The excitement brought about by the arrival of the Kifaru Fulcrum was short-lived. Any city slicker can ride an old trail nag but only an experienced horseman...