MLD Exodus S Full Suspension Packs Now Released
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Ron Bell
(mountainlaureldesigns) - F - M

Locale: USA
MLD Exodus FS : Full Suspension Packs Now Released on 09/06/2011 14:26:03 MDT Print View

Exodus FS : Full Suspension

23oz including suspension

exos1
$275

Same features as the Exodus except it has an internal pad sleeve, unique inflatable pad and CF/Delrin Suspension + load lifters.
exospad

Targeted for loads 20 - 30lbs or so- Not a big load hauler but it hits that spot many thru-hikers and lightweight hiker need for some trips that is more than they like in a frameless pack - for only a very few ounces more than a frameless pack. No more need for a 36-48oz pack for 25-30lbs loads.

http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=185

The Key Feature is the use of the unique inflatable pad built exclusively for us to by Klymit. We helped design this pad system. We are the only pack maker currently using this new system for at least one year.

We have a fair amount that will be stocked and ready to go starting next week.

Note that all packs orders are shipping in about 3 weeks or less. Many of the other packs also in stock.

Please see all the info online and if you have any questions we would be happy to help answer them. I am sure there will be some o interesting thoughts on using this new type of new pad.

Thanks!

Edited by mountainlaureldesigns on 09/13/2011 15:14:09 MDT.

Ceph Lotus
(Cephalotus) - MLife

Locale: California
Suspension on 09/06/2011 15:31:33 MDT Print View

Wow, I'd like to see how the new suspension system works out.

Michael Davis
(mad777) - F

Locale: South Florida
Re: MLD Exodus S Full Suspension Packs Now Released on 09/06/2011 17:44:59 MDT Print View

You just got to appreciate the constant innovations!

NICE!

Ryan Elsey
(paintballswimguy) - F

Locale: Kansas City
Hmm... on 09/06/2011 20:28:29 MDT Print View

This looks an awful lot like ULA's new pack with the inflatable pad. But, i think Ron did a better job with its execution, It looks like instead of using the pad as a sleeping pad as well, it is designed to only function as a frame sheet. Is that correct?