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    Russell Coight

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    Hidden Woodsmen Dayruck

    New pack day!

    Finally got a Hidden Woodsmen Dayruck after eyeing it off for a couple of years.

    Iíve taken it on a few small one day hikes and it is really comfortable! I was using a Duluth Scout Pack before and I could never get used to the shoulder straps.

    I usually pack the Dayruck with a tarp, light hammock and the usual essentials. My favorite thing about the pack so far is the internal side pockets. It fits a steel canteen nicely with extra room if needed. I usually put a folding saw, some tent stakes & my knife in the other side to save everything rolling about. The internal orange lining is pretty snazzy aswell.

    It has Molle webbing on the sides and stops at the bottom to tie a wool blanket or jacket.


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    Richard Proenneke
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    Very nice!! Is that the one that can be put on an Alice pack frame?


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    John McDouall Stuart
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    If you intend to carry a foam mat on the outside of the pack, suggest you put it in a sturdy cloth (e.g. Canvas) bag to stop it getting ripped apart on bush. I often see blue 'breadcrumbs' scattered through the bush where people didn't protect their mat. The blue ones can also be a hazard to Bowerbirds who collect blue objects.
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    Russell Coight

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    Quote Originally Posted by MongooseDownUnder View Post
    Very nice!! Is that the one that can be put on an Alice pack frame?


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    No itís just the day Pack. Approximately 25-30ltrs in capacity. It could attach to an Alice Pack frame at a pinch though. It has enough spaces to secure it to the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walker View Post
    If you intend to carry a foam mat on the outside of the pack, suggest you put it in a sturdy cloth (e.g. Canvas) bag to stop it getting ripped apart on bush. I often see blue 'breadcrumbs' scattered through the bush where people didn't protect their mat. The blue ones can also be a hazard to Bowerbirds who collect blue objects.
    Great suggestion

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    Good pack I have the same one..
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