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ALPS OutdoorZ Commander Freighter Frame Plus Pack Bag, 5250 Cubic Inches
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- Size: 5250 cubic inches; Weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces; Total weight with frame: 7 pounds 5 ounces
- Top loading; Lower door access; #10 zippers
- Hold-open frame; Internal horizontal divider
- Webbing loops for lashing; Clevis pin attachment
- Rifle holder
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Compared with the Kelty I listed, the Alps is quite a bit larger. The frame is heavy and the pack solid. The frame is different than the Kelty but with minor differences. The Kelty pack is much heavier fabric and has metal arms to support the pack shelf instead of heavy nylon straps. The Kelty however is quite a bit smaller.
Honestly, If I knew that the quality of the Alps pack and frame were this good, I would have purchased two and saved some coin. The Kelty is $97.00 more than the Alps. I am disapointed with the Kelty. It has a short frame and pack, and it sells for around $220.00
If you want a bunch of room,a well built pack, and a solid frame for packing, at a great price , buy the Alps.
... I honestly cannot guarantee that this pack will meet all of YOUR requirements ... But I am confident that, for the price, it is the FIRST pack you should purchase and evaluate because I could have saved over $800 if I had found this pack BEFORE buying others. The ILBE is "worth it" but is very heavy and is not optimal ... The Eberlestock V90 is just way over-priced and ain't "all that" ... a good pack, but not **THAT** good".
This pack is really two packs in one (BOTH, at the same time, BTW) ... You can strap a large duffle or a 90 (plus) liter kayak dry-bag or even a quartered deer or a full gerry-can or a stack of 5-gallon buckets, using the cargo-shelf, in conjunction with the provided cargo straps. The ruck portion can fold up and out of the way or can be quickly and easily removed. So can the separate accesory "wings", which have pockets for critical gear. There is a dedicated, elastisized retainer-pocket for a rifle butt (along with upper cynch straps) ... This is a really versatile and light-weight pack that even comes with 3 cargo strap extensions.
Cons: Design employs split-rings to retain the mounting and adjustment pins ... Cotter-type spring-pins (with retention-notches) would be much better but are cheap and easy to source. ALSO ... My friend said that HIS Commander frame was overly squeaky and made too much noise ... He said it bugged him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an awesome backpack, especially since I prefer the external frame over internal. This thing can really handle packing things in without breaking a sweat, and it... Read morePublished 4 days ago by zogarth
Very little back padding and no comfort straps and of all things for the price no rain cover, did they just forget, hunter can go into some aweful weather for the prize. Read morePublished 5 days ago by BritVic
I love this pack. It has tons of room, and tons of straps for securing loose gear. I take this thing out almost weekly and it never fails me. Very comfortable and has tons of room.Published 11 days ago by Jack Temple
This pack might be marginally usable for someone 6' and over, but not for anyone smaller. It's impossible to adjust to fit/wear comfortably. Read morePublished 12 days ago by S. Bozarth
never used it yet, like the way it is built has lots of storing. I will use it next trip hunting. Hope to go soon.Published 12 days ago by Happyquilter
I've used this pack for multiple uses and have not liked it all the way around. I used it to pack out an elk and boy did that suck with this pack. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Austin Quapp
Bag and frame are excellent quality. You definitely get more than you pay for! I was less interested in this as a pack frame than an expedition pack. Read morePublished 16 days ago by BarrelRacer2672
I bought this for the hubby to to some backcourt camping, fishing, and hunting. This is seriously large pack. You could fit a small room in it! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Kristen W.