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Thread: Exo Mountain Gear

  1. #11
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Where does a guy find these packs? Do you order them from the states?

  2. #12
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by white moose View Post
    Where does a guy find these packs? Do you order them from the states?
    Yes you have to order directly from Exo Mountain Gear, the owner is great to deal with, phone and he will answer all your questions
    Because.........I just love rifles !

  3. #13
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by SR80 View Post
    I haven't had it for almost a year actually. Hip belt hurts! Kind of think the foam is too firm or something.
    Well that's shitty .... but not everything can work for everyone.

    I know you wear Scarpas but I'd rather go barefoot than stiff boots like that.... my feet just can't do it. Hell, I have myself plantar fasciitis trying to break in my "semi-stiff" Lowa Tibets.... fml
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  4. #14
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Can you guys fit enough gear in the 5500 for extended trips?

  5. #15
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Whitlers, yes you can load these packs up. I used mine on a 12 day sheep/elk hunt in the Muskwa. Pack weight on the way in was 71lbs with 6L of water. There was enough room for all my gear and half a ram on the way out. These packs are bigger than they are rated.

  6. #16
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by takmaster View Post
    Whitlers, yes you can load these packs up. I used mine on a 12 day sheep/elk hunt in the Muskwa. Pack weight on the way in was 71lbs with 6L of water. There was enough room for all my gear and half a ram on the way out. These packs are bigger than they are rated.
    Thank you sir! I have been considering selling my Icon and going this route. Was just concerned on size. Thanks!

  7. #17
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Yeah the specs on these packs do not include the long full length pockets on each side of the pack. The 5500 actual ci is 6800, and the 3500 is actually 4200ci
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  8. #18
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Just placed my order for a 5500 pack a 3500 pack and the titanium frame that both fit with load shelf, will update when they show up,

  9. #19
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    Quote Originally Posted by huntfish View Post
    Just placed my order for a 5500 pack a 3500 pack and the titanium frame that both fit with load shelf, will update when they show up,
    Do so. I'm having a hard time deciding between Exo and Stone Glacier...

  10. #20
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    Re: Exo Mountain Gear

    I sold my stone glacier pack to fund my EXO, the stone just did not fit me right, this is just me and my personal view.

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