NEW Initial Ascent IA2K Pack

Team Initial Ascent

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Hey guys! here is the first look at our soon to be released IA2K Pack system. It is 2500 cubic inches and attaches to the same frame and suspension as the IA4K and IA6K bags. It is a great option for guys wanting the ultimate daypack or you could squeeze a couple of days out of it if necessary. It can also be used with our lid for even more storage if needed. It will be available on our website for presale in the next couple of days.
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Hoghead

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Awesome right now I have a small bag rigged to my pannier hauler. I use with the lid . I carry my dog first aid kit staple guns and butchering stuff. Also meat bags. I really like the frame and suspension it is great for hauling heavy loads.

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Team Initial Ascent

Team Initial Ascent

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Idaho
Awesome right now I have a small bag rigged to my pannier hauler. I use with the lid . I carry my dog first aid kit staple guns and butchering stuff. Also meat bags. I really like the frame and suspension it is great for hauling heavy loads.

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Thanks so much! This will be the next step up from that with a bit more organization, containment, and storage. The perfect solution between what you have and the IA4K (4000 ci). You could also use your Pannier and lid with the 2k for even more carrying options. We will sell the 2k bag separately for guys that already own another one of our systems. It's all modular!
 

unsuccessful

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Great looking pack. I really like the easy access to the main bag, and the stretch pockets seem ideal for a puffy or rain gear.

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Team Initial Ascent

Team Initial Ascent

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Great looking pack. I really like the easy access to the main bag, and the stretch pockets seem ideal for a puffy or rain gear.

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Exactly right! In the lower expandable pocket, we put a grommet at the bottom for any excess water from rain gear or even your water filter system to drain. The top expandable fits a puffy really well.
 

realunlucky

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I ordered one of these ia2k packets the other day. Can't wait to see one in person!

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Did you receive your IA2k yet? Could you add your thoughts and post up a few pictures? I'm thinking of trying one for scouting this summer.

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unsuccessful

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Did you receive your IA2k yet? Could you add your thoughts and post up a few pictures? I'm thinking of trying one for scouting this summer.

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Nothing yet. Still waiting.

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unsuccessful

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Look what found me today! It's everything I thought it could be. I really like the height of the hip belt(man size), and very pack should have a designated tripod strap. I loaded it up with the gear I used on my 3rd season CO elk hunt. My day gear fits in the pack well with plenty of room to spare. I just threw my camp stuff in a dry bag on load shelf. One of these days I will put it all in the bag just to see what that looks like. I'm sure it will all fit. I'm looking forward to getting this thing broke in. I attached two sets of pictures some with the camp bag and some without. I also changed out the zipper pulls for orange.


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Blacktail_Packer

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Awesome right now I have a small bag rigged to my pannier hauler. I use with the lid . I carry my dog first aid kit staple guns and butchering stuff. Also meat bags. I really like the frame and suspension it is great for hauling heavy loads.

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Hoghead would you mind posting some pics of your day hunting load? I’ll have my own setup at least roughed our this weekend (been training with the pannier and sand but actually headed out to scout/hope to run into 🐗 in the next couple days) I’ve seen plenty of 2k/4-6k pack load pics but can’t seem to find many pannier/day mode setup pics...
 
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