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4/22/2012 7:09 PM
 

 I had to try this just to see the outcome and I kinda like it..

 
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4/24/2012 5:18 PM
 

Pretty cool. I would like to see pictures of you wearing it with your load in it.


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4/24/2012 6:34 PM
 

There is this whole thing about wearing a beltless pack so that it sits on top of a belt kit. You don't even have to attach the two to get the benefit. Haven't experimented with it much, but I expect to end up doing more experimentation as I work on our hipbelt design. It will be designed from the get go to function as a stand alone unit as well as a waist belt for larger packs.


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4/26/2012 11:39 AM
 

I did this not so much that the pack needed a waist pack /belt ,because it's great with out it,but because i needed a small  waist pack on an upcoming pack in hunt for some fishing gear and the Tara and waist pack are going to be an add-on to a larger pack and this seemed like a great way to attach it instead of just packing it...I did have to mess around with the attachment loops i sewed on the Mountain Smith to make it ride where it's supposed to, not too high or low..  

 
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