HPG In Use

Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Hammer, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Mike Smith

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    I absolutely love my wind cheaters! I have 2, one I use Monday - Friday for work and one for use while out and about in the woods. I think they are one of the most versatile jackets there is.
     
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    Out today in the rain and snow. B7E1E707-FA0A-4004-B97A-FDD788A67478.jpeg
     
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    If i didnt have a stable full of HPG packs the Decker could be a nice option for a one pack system. Anyone have one?
     
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    Windcheater on beach at Hunting Island SP, South Carolina
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    Picked up a Tarahumara & Umlindi V2... and went out on the first Hike with them today for Mothers Day. The Tara was for the wife but the kids quickly took it over... so I may have to get another one. The Tara is really all I need for short hikes and I can strap the wife & kids jackets to the outside if needed... The Umlindi size is perfect as well for our day hike needs... Great Packs and very comfortable.


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    Maaan i want a v2 !! Lol
     
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    I've got a Multicam V2 coming tomorrow. I made this to hook up to it. I'll have 'in the wild' pictures soon!
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    Cant justify what id have to pay by the time ones landed here in vancouver just for a zipper and cpl taller side pockets though .. but it IS very tempting.. please dont tell me how much better the v2 is either LOL
     
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    I bought it for the cupholders. No really. Lol
     
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    Screenshot_20200705-191714.jpg last summer trip with a heavy recon kitbag strapped to a tara
     
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    I find the tara too small for my back.. umlindi fits waay more comfortable having wider lats :)
     
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    The shock cord is a NICE addition on the v2 ill admit that
     
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    This thread has me considering the heavy recon kit bag. My next purchase I believe
     
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    It's currently just 'in use' as a model for my add-on pocket. It will find its way outdoors soon enough though!
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    Nice !!
     
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    Buy one. You won't regret it. I use mine all the time.
     
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    I ordered one, should be here tomorrow. My spec ops brand pack is a little too heavy for short hikes.
     
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    No pics but took the heavy recon out crabbing today. Performed awesome over the life jacket 20210524_184742.jpg
     
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    Family Day Hike.. Esse 4 in leather on a dangler & Izula on the shoulder strap.


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