30 liters, 5oz pack
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ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
30 liters, 5oz pack on 08/18/2011 16:19:43 MDT Print View

My 30L backpack, nylon body and two pockets, with Foamed PVC straps, Polypropylene belt, POM buckles, and some Dyneema ropes.

Total weight: 5 ounces.

pack11

packpack in use:

pack 22

Pilate de Guerre
(deGuerre) - F

Locale: SE, USA
Oooooh on 08/18/2011 16:58:56 MDT Print View

Ooooh, that's a pretty pack. Really nice job. I especially like the reflective tie outs. Can you post a picture of the shoulder strap side that would be against the back?

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: Oooooh on 08/18/2011 19:39:27 MDT Print View

Hello!Pelate,

Sorry!no more picture at all, because this bag had been abandoned and destroyed the year before last. However, I have another picture of a bigger pack ,which is quite similar to it. It is about 7 ounces, 40L plus, build with ripstop nylon and cuben. The picture here shows a 10 day's expedition around Mt. Gongga.

gongga11

Edited by asidesign on 08/18/2011 19:43:04 MDT.

Pilate de Guerre
(deGuerre) - F

Locale: SE, USA
Re: Re: Oooooh on 08/18/2011 20:13:33 MDT Print View

Abandoned and destroyed? Sounds like there is a story there. Care to share?

ke wu
(asidesign) - F

Locale: Block seven
Re: Re: Re: Oooooh on 08/18/2011 21:04:14 MDT Print View

Hi! There is no story.The outdoor gears I 've ever made are usually strong enough! But you know, I am a DIYer, storaging too many equipment in home is really a burden! So, I just keep several backpacks in use at a given time. I always share or exchange with others in my country. Even so, there are a lot of things that would be destroyed,especially those not perfect.

Edited by asidesign on 08/19/2011 00:23:30 MDT.