FS MYOG Dyneema Pack
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scott Nelson
(nlsscott) - MLife

Locale: So. Calif.
FS MYOG Dyneema Pack on 10/23/2013 17:38:04 MDT Print View

SOLD SOLD SOLD TO LYLE
This pack is modeled after the Jay Ham project pack here on BPL made with Dyneema Gridstop and weighs 15 oz. The dimensions are: 10 inches wide. 5 inches deep and 23 inches tall in the main body plus an 11 inch extension collar. The silnylon collar incorporates a Gridstop top lid with waterproof zipper pocket on top. (This lid is very similar to Laufbursche packs with the cool side release clips that are linelocks.) Inside pad pocket. Side and front pocket are stretch mesh. Shoulder straps are from the BPL Absoroka pack, so very nice and firm. New condiiton and will sell for $60 with shipping in CONUS.

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PM me if interested, Scott

Edited by nlsscott on 10/26/2013 19:38:04 MDT.

Joe L
(heyyou) - MLife

Locale: Cutting brush off of the Arizona Tr
unsolicited plug on 10/23/2013 21:25:19 MDT Print View

As the owner of a bivy sewn by Scott Nelson, I can vouch for his impeccable, professional level sewing. I just don't need any more packs.

Daniel Russell
(Superfluous_Grizzly)

Locale: Creation
volume on 10/23/2013 21:34:38 MDT Print View

Very beautiful! What is the estimated volume?

scott Nelson
(nlsscott) - MLife

Locale: So. Calif.
Volumne on 10/23/2013 23:39:17 MDT Print View

This pack is similar dimensions to a GG Murmur. That claims 2200 cu inches so that would be an estimate. Thanks for the kind endorsement Joe. Scott

scott Nelson
(nlsscott) - MLife

Locale: So. Calif.
Price lowered on 10/26/2013 09:57:30 MDT Print View

Price lowered

Sridhar Gullapalli
(lahiker) - F
torso length on 10/26/2013 10:32:57 MDT Print View

Scott,

what Torso length range will this pack accommodate? How about 19 inches?

Lyle Pettijohn
(burro) - F
It's Mine on 10/26/2013 13:40:59 MDT Print View

I'll take it.

Lyle Pettijohn
(burro) - F
Re: FS MYOG Dyneema Pack on 10/31/2013 10:16:16 MDT Print View

Pack just came. It is nice, thanks Scott.