Negative! My KU pack is actually pretty quiet in my opinionHave you guys ever had a problem with the noise of the material while on a stalk for bow hunting? I ask because yesterday I showed my father in-law the KU belt pouch I had mounted on it and he said, "You are going to take that off for hunting right? It is way too noisy to have on there." Just curious what you guys that have used the KU packs have discovered.
+1 here with my KU5200. I keep all my rainwear (jacket, pants, gloves and overmitts) in one long pocket, and then misc gear (headlamp, wipes, food for each day, etc.)in the other. If my pack is full the pockets ride along on the outside, but if I am day tripping it away from camp, they can go inside and then just cinch the pack down small. Worked great for me last season....I will be running the KU3700 again this year. I like the option of outfitting the pack with the number of pockets/organization I require for each trip. Putting two long pockets inside for organization and the locking them on outside when I have a load or on a longer trip is has proven usefull. It's amazing how comfortable this pack is given it's weight....or lack there of.