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evanhill
02-08-2009, 07:38 AM
$200 plus actual shipping from 97701

This is considered by many to be the finest heavy load pack ever made (they're no longer made). I've heard that this is *the* pack of choice for sheep hunting afficianados. It is indeed an outstanding pack that really starts to shine at 60 lbs plus. Personally, the jury is still out for me on whether it is better than a Kifaru for really heavy loads. Scot has already made up his mind, so this terraframe is for sale.

Here are some reviews and descriptions:
http://www.outdoorreview.com/cat/outdoor-equipment/backpacking-camping-hiking/external-frame-backpacks/dana-design/PRD_78422_2958crx.aspx

This pack has twin vertical back pockets, wand pockets, a sleeping bag compartment with removable divider, and the top pocket has two pockets in it. The top pocket also has a hipbelt on it.

It holds 6100ci, but can carry much more as the top lid is a floating top lid. If you've been holding out on a Kifaru due to the price, this pack may well be the choice for you.

It is a size large, which means longer shoulder straps and a bigger hipbelt. The hipbelt is replaceable, so you can put your belt of choice on it if you have a smaller waist.

This pack has been used some, but not abused. Probably 20 trips over the course of 5 years. The fabric is not faded at all, although there are some minor scuffs in places. This pack is just barely getting started.

http://www.evanhill.org/images/terraframe/1.jpg

http://www.evanhill.org/images/terraframe/2.jpg

http://www.evanhill.org/images/terraframe/3.jpg

oldpinecricker
02-09-2009, 12:14 PM
I'd like to purchase this from you, thanks.

evanhill
02-09-2009, 12:25 PM
PM responded to.

evanhill
02-09-2009, 01:13 PM
Sold Pending Funds