Karrimor SF Sabre 60-100 Backpack One Size Coyote
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The design of the Karrimor Sabre 60-100 Rucksack is exactly what you need to ensure that you always feel prepared and ready! The super high quality of construction, materials and specifications ensure the bag will always perform at top level and be ready to support you in a full range of occasions and needs. featuring a well padded and ergonomic support/fastening system the Karrimor Sabre 60-100 Rucksack is sure to make spreading the load and long treks easier with constant comfort and a well positioned load. Finished with a full range of storage pockets, YKK zips and a durable water repellent coating (DWR). > Karrimor Sabre 60-100 Rucksack > 60-100 litres > SA Back system > S-shaped shoulder harness > Hooped lower entry zip > Compatible with side pockets > Lid carriage straps > Zipped lid compartment > Crampon loops > Twin ice holders > Compression straps > Grab handle on the sides > Helmet friendly lid compression > Rain cover included > Rotproof thread > Reinforced with bartacks > DWR > YKK zips > Fully adjustable > Ergonomic fit
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This pack has a lot of features I really like. My favorite feature is the height adjustment for torso length. The torso length is easy to adjust when worn even with heavy loads. Even though this is a heavy pack, it does not feel heavy when the weight is properly transferred to the hips. The shoulder straps are approximately 3" wide, have a ridiculous amount of padding to minimimize any pressure points, and are very adjustable. The back and hip area are also very well padded. The hip belt padding is semi rigid which provides a lot of support for the pack when worn. One last thing about the pack's suspension system is that the pack comes with directions describing how to get the optimal fit pack fit. The sides of the pack have three compression straps and two large exterior pockets. The pack is compatible with Karrimor Sabre and Predator PLCE pockets which can provide up to 125 liters of space. I plan on having one of each style pocket on my bag as which I intend to use as an extended bug out bag. On each side of the pack there is a zipper that allows for the pack to be converted from 60 to 100 liters in size. This pack has two vertical compression straps which help secure the lid. The lid has two pockets. There is one large pocket on the exterior of the lid. Inside of the aforementioned pocket, the included rain cover is stored. On the inside of the lid, there is a second pocket. My gripe those two pockets are opposite of one another. When one pocket is filled, the capacity of the other is greatly diminished. There is a snow collar that can be closed by a drawstring. There is compression strap that goes over the top of the snow collar to compact the load. Moving on to the interior of the pack, the main compartment can be divided by pulling a drawstring to close a lower snow collar or left as one giant compartment. The interior has a large elastic pouch. Inside that pouch was a small detachable pocket where valuables can be stored. One last thing I heard about is that all of the clips are the same size. If a main clip gets broke, a minor clip can be scavenged to make a repair in the field (male ones only without sewing).
I do have a few minor gripes about this bag. I already mentioned the two pockets on the lid interfere with one another and reduce each other's capacity. The next minor issue I have with the pack is that there is no shock cord anywhere on the pack for quickly securing any wet items or extra clothing you want to access quickly. I will remedy the last issue by installing some shock cord on the lid and some through the webbing tie outs on the front of the pack.
I will update my review after I get a chance to use my pack.
Edit: One of my gripes was my fault for not noticing. There were two small webbing straps in the interior removeable pocket that can be used to secure stuff onto the pack's lid. When I first saw those straps, I thought they were part of the removeable pocket to make that into a harness one could wear. I still think I would have preferred shock cord, but that works fine for me.
Edit 2: I have used this pack on a few extended camping trips. I am very happy with it!
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I got this for long expeditions and, so far, have used it for a couple of 3-day wild camping trips in the Lakes and the Cheviots.
It's robust, flexible and comfortable. I keep my sleeping system in the bottom compartment (bivi bag with mat & sleeping bag), ready-use kit in the lid pocket or side pockets (which I bought separately) and everything else in the top compartment.
Fantastic piece of kit!
Le seul bémol c'est la couleur Coyote qui tire trop sur le vert, c'est pas vraiment la couleur coyote. J'ai installé les side pockets que j'avais déjà sur le SF 45 en vert et ils dénotent à peine sur le SF 60-100 en coyote.
Sinon à part ça c'est 100% satisfait ! 👍🏻