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    My only issue is......I need to figure out how to lock it up or hide it from my son

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    Slugz, I’m sure my spouse will be getting a Kifaru next season....luckily my pack is much to large for her. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catahoula12 View Post
    Slugz, I’m sure my spouse will be getting a Kifaru next season....luckily my pack is much to large for her. Lol.
    Muskeg, organizer guide lid, belt pouches!!!!!!

    My son just pulled some and reset other trail cams. His feed back was " it didn't feel like I had a pack on at all"
    He commented about the lumbar pad seeming to be big at first sight but once properly adjusted was the best he felt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugz View Post
    Muskeg, organizer guide lid, belt pouches!!!!!!

    My son just pulled some and reset other trail cams. His feed back was " it didn't feel like I had a pack on at all"
    He commented about the lumbar pad seeming to be big at first sight but once properly adjusted was the best he felt.
    I have a Kifaru pack, not the Woodman, but that has been my experience as well. Even with heavy loads it is very comfortable. Enjoy the pack!!

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    I recently got to run around Wyoming for six days with the Woodsman on my back. It worked fine as a day pack and it worked great with a couple of fairly heavy loads.




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    Bakpakr- Let me know when your in my area. Coffee is on me. Congrats again.

 

 
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