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  1. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    im very intrested in both of theese packs. I know the motherlode holds more gear but i like the idea on being able to break down the transformer. what would you choose and why? This is going to a bob/camping pack. I consider my bob bag to hold enough gear for 24 hours. Im going to bug out to a...
  2. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    hey all, I am looking at upgrading my BOB / Camping pack, my deuter has been good but it is too small and lacks decent organizers. I use small to medium size packs because I dont like overpacking, So I have narrowed it down as best I can using the forums and net searches to these candidates...
  3. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I need a medium sized pack with alot of pockets and a waist strap, that can stand extended field use and looks really cool. Does anyone have any suggestions?
  4. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Now that I'm back in The World from contracting, and really need to prep, I was looking for some BOB options. The CamelBak Motherlode is pretty high on the list. I was just wondering if anyone here had any experience with it or one of their other larger packs. Quality and durability are key...
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Ok I am not sure if this is where this type of post should go so if I am wrong please don't be angry. I have own the CamelBak Motherlode bag for over a year now and have simply that this is a great bag. The Specs: 100 oz Hydration Bladder 2142 cu. in. capacity The pack is made up of four...
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