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ULA Conduit, summer mod
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George Summers
(jorgoz) - F

Locale: in the flat country of Belgium
ULA Conduit, summer mod on 03/02/2010 08:14:07 MST Print View


I like my ULA conduit lots, except that it gets really hot during hot weather.

Would adding a couple of strips of 3d mesh to the back help with cooling things down a bit ?

Corey Miller
(coreyfmiller) - F

Locale: Eastern Canada
Possibly on 03/04/2010 16:54:26 MST Print View

Something to keep it directly off your back may work better... not sure about the mesh.

Edited by coreyfmiller on 03/04/2010 16:55:52 MST.

Simon Weiss
(SimonGtr) - MLife

Locale: Bay Area
simple chunk of foam pad on 03/04/2010 23:05:01 MST Print View

I have a conduit and I get the back-sweats pretty much no matter what.

I bet a layer or two of ridgerest pad aligned to rest on your rear hips/lower back to keep the majority off your mid/upper back would help some. Since the loads you typically carry in a conduit, in the summer are minimal, pushing it off your back probably won't add too much extra pressure to the top/front of your shoulders.

I don't think mesh will help unless there's space behind it with free-flowing air.

Curious to hear how this goes.

George Summers
(jorgoz) - F

Locale: in the flat country of Belgium
Other route on 03/15/2010 03:49:42 MDT Print View

I think i'll go the chamois route, put a chamois between the pack and my back.