I recently scored a used Camelbak Trizip on evilbay and was so looking forward to be receiving it. Before it arrived, I already have some serious ideas in my head on how to organize my stuff inside the pack. After all, the Trizip is a collaboration with the famous Mystery Ranch pack maker and since I don’t have a the dough to splurge on a MR pack, I guess this will have to do…for now.
I was rummaging through my store room today looking for a pack to revive my Go-Bag and found this Camelbak Transformer. I probably got this back in 2011 or 2012 as a fast pack. The pack has a smart design but a tad too small for extended use. The model name suits the pack very well. It can be adapted to various use and setup. In short, it is a multi-configuration pack.
I had the opportunity over one weekend to try out my LBT 2165A Geronimo pack (jumpable). Man…I gotta say this….LBT packs don’t come cheap and they sure as hell are not made to look pretty. But what they lack they make up with no nonsense, serious hardware, well built packs. Just the way I like it.
Here is a quick look at a Kifaru Omni Yoke in multicam I got from a friend recently. I tried to find more information about this pack on the internet but to no avail. A few threads in some forums with pictures of different setups is about all I manage to find. I am assuming that the Omni Yoke is probably one of the least popular models in the Kifaru range or simply the model that is least talked about. First glance, it looks like a pack frame with molle vest on. I had to try it. I had to.