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ckossuth

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I know it's a corny name but what the hell. You gotta have fun with this stuff. I just finished this neat roll top bag with side compression wings. It features a two way center zip so it can be accessed while the top is rolled up. The fully open unrolled bag is 34" tall x 42" dia. Rolled up and fully compressed it shrinks down to 29" tall x 33" dia. It fits nicely behind my DIY cargo panel on my new 24" tactical frame.

The lighter and smaller my gear gets, I'm finding the less bag I need. I'm playing around with going ultra light this year. It's looking like I might be able to achieve a 25-27 pound base weight but I'm still tweaking it.

My other DIY items pictured here are my cargo panel, large pocket, mini belt pouch on the right, and Smart water bottle holder on the left. Enjoy!

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ckossuth

ckossuth

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Rolla, Missouri
Man, that is awesome! Great work. Did you also modify the Kifaru Nalgene pocket? Or do they use bungie-type retention now (in place of the strap w/srb)?

Thanks! I modified the nalgene holder as well.


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greyghostnw

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washington
I know it's a corny name but what the hell. You gotta have fun with this stuff. I just finished this neat roll top bag with side compression wings. It features a two way center zip so it can be accessed while the top is rolled up. The fully open unrolled bag is 34" tall x 42" dia. Rolled up and fully compressed it shrinks down to 29" tall x 33" dia. It fits nicely behind my DIY cargo panel on my new 24" tactical frame.

The lighter and smaller my gear gets, I'm finding the less bag I need. I'm playing around with going ultra light this year. It's looking like I might be able to achieve a 25-27 pound base weight but I'm still tweaking it.

My other DIY items pictured here are my cargo panel, large pocket, mini belt pouch on the right, and Smart water bottle holder on the left. Enjoy!

d8ac97b2ff83b2b931cc38a841c43563.jpg


f7352ee281702a96bf289671b7143cac.jpg


3d2d565d71bf2aeb0d9d01c8d85beda3.jpg


ccfbfca1becbce1f744c7652d4826929.jpg


cfede1280f41a6fa51400c2ae08bcd7e.jpg


490677d06e1de000e9ab9f5680c720cf.jpg


aee329d7828e30513affcba7ee04b141.jpg




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where can you buy that lid on the nalgene in photo? been looking for that but have not seen it. i dig the large to small option on it.
 
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