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H.A.W.G. 3L Mil Spec Antidote® Long - Coyote CM

$249.95
SKU: CB62596
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    PRODUCT FEATURES:

    • Two full-length compartments keep items organized
    • Extended Composite MOLLE on front for secure attachment of pouches and gear
    • Independent Suspension harness and Air Director™ Back Panel for optimal load distribution and breathability
    • Lower drink tube exit ports for routing tube under arm
    • Noiseless zipper pulls throughout
    • External quick stash pocket
    • 500D Rip-Stop Cordura® Fabric
    ANTIDOTE™ RESERVOIR FEATURES:

    More than just a reservoir, the Mil Spec Antidote™ Reservoir redefines the ultimate delivery system for an operator’s water supply and provides maximum adaptability for changing missions or combat environments. Includes our Quick Link™ Exit Port and QL HydroLock™ Bite Valve Adapter: tube clicks off for faster refilling with auto shut-off; new Fillport: industry’s largest opening with air-light ¼ turn open/close for quick, secure seal that can’t be over-tightened; lighter-weight, lower-profile design.

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

    • Hydration Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)
    • Cargo Volume: 1220 cu in (20 L)
    • Total Volume: 1400 cu in (23 L)
    • Pack Weight: 2.2 lbs (1 kg) with empty reservoir
    • Pack Dimensions: 19 in x 10.5 in x 10.2 in (48 cm x 26.5 cm x 26 cm)
    • Includes the 100 oz (3 L) Mil Spec Antidote™ Long Reservoir with Quick Link™ Exit PortMaterials: 500D Ripstop Cordura® fabric front panel, gussets and shoulder harness front side > 420D high density nylon on shoulder harness back side and raised pod panels > 10 mm EVA foam shoulder harness > 135D Poly 210D Nylon linings > 14 mm and 5 mm closed cell foam on back panel > Nylon webbing

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    1. The Goldilocks Syndrome  star rating

      Posted by Alan Millward on 9th Jun 2016

      For health reason I had to lose weight, a lot of weight. I started out walking 1 to 2 kms three or four times a week and slowly built up to doing 16kms in just over 3hrs three or four times a week. During this time I have been using a 1.5l Void CamelBak that I have had for many years. It still works well but I am finding I am out walking the water it holds and need something larger.

      I started look for a new hydration pack, looking at the 3l packs with a small cargo pocket for walking essentials. After rethinking and looking further I decided a larger cargo compartment would be better for future intended uses. Especially as I wanted to get back into chasing waterfalls and photography. So the hunt began to find a hydration pack, flexible enough to use for a 16+km hike where I only just need hydration with a small amount of gear but could also be used as a daypack for exploring hikes in the bush chasing waterfalls.

      Very much a case of not too big, not too small, one that was just right, hence the Goldilocks Syndrome.

      The Mil Spec packs had a lot of features that I liked and after comparing similar packs at a local camping store confirmed it would be a Mil Spec pack. The size was going to be the next issue. I really wanted to be able to fit some camera gear and clothing in the pack plus the hydration pack and settled on the HAWG being the one for me. It fits well within my shoulders and not too low on my back.

      Having used the pack as hydration only I find the pack to be great. The compression straps pulled the pack in closed and I am not getting the pack caught on anything in some of the tighter areas I walk in. It sits well on my back and is not a hinderance, as I thought a larger pack would be.

      At present I haven't used the pack as a daypack to pack it full of my gear. I can tell I will have room to spare as there really is a lot of storage area especially in the large middle pocket. From using the pack just as a hydration pack it feels better on the back with a full load of water so I can only say the pack would feel better being fuller as a daypack. The straps are wide and comfortable, sufficient padding to be comfortable without being big and bulking when in tighter, overgrown areas.

      Really looking forward to using this pack and believe I am going to get a long use out of the pack and can not see my needs outgrowing the options the pack has to offer. Well done CamelBak another top pack.

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