i may get a T3 in the future but i will probably wait until one comes up used.maybe next year ill start looking.used prices should come down a little by then.especially with the new line of timberlines out
got it loaded up with 50 pounds (30 pound bag of dog food gives it good shape) threw the fox pro in there and ill gab my AR and some lunch in the morning.put some miles on the pack and maybe pop a spring yote while im out.still ought to be some sheds laying around somewhere too
Yeah, but I've got a family to feed, and 108 miles a day to commute. Plus someone blew a stop sign 5 weeks ago and totaled my commuter car, so I just spent an extra $800 in fuel this month. It's all good though, because I just sold my bow, and scored a Mystery Ranch from the classifieds section.
well did about 12 miles today with 60 pounds in the pack.(maybe just a little more) and i am impressed. i guess i never really experienced a pack with true shoulder lift.not a bit of that weight on my shoulders,i couldn't believe it.it was literally all transferred to my hips (hips are a little sore tonight) after about 5 miles i really got it fitting just how it should.i think there's a little break in on these packs but not much and putting a good load in it like that and hitting the hills really works it in and helps you figure out the best way to wear it. i do have one complaint,for the money we spend on these packs you think kafaru could throw a clip on the shoulder strap for your hydration tube.small potatoas really and i love this pack
i actually use the chest strap.its just the point is all.hell off the shelf backpacks still come with a clip for you hydration hose.not really a big deal just something that struck me when i was setting it up