Arrowhead Attack Pack
I got to try my new Arrowhead Attack Pack while on a trip to the zoo Christmas Eve. It was pretty chilly when we got there so I tossed the pack in my vest pocket. At 2 1/8th oz's and its compact size you don't even know your carrying it. As the day moved on it warmed up so I took out my pack popped the vest inside,very nice fit with room to spare.
Thanks Paul for the speedy delivery and fine craftsmanship.
Looks Great Hogg Tyed :thumbup: Glad it made it to you in time, I was not sure that it would, some things were taking a little longer to get cross country last week.
Dude, you are one 'styling' Santa :cool: Nice pack idea. Hmmm......
I made a Jerry Chair today because I'm snowed in. Now I have another project. Thanks guys ;)
My attack pack came in a couple weeks ago, but the wife said I wasn't allowed to "unwrap" it till Dec 25th.
I'll take it on it's maiden voyage on Jan 15th at the 46th annual Hocking Hills Winter Hike.
Still snowed in here in H'ville :confused: I stumbled on to this thread the other day. I like the simplicity and size of the pack. Thanks for the post HT :D
Imitation is the greatest form of flattery - Thanks Paul :thumbup1:
I had made some rain ponchos for the local football referees a few months back and had some material left over, so I figured I'd make a prototype.
It's modified a bit for my purposes. (CLUMPI)
~20" tall, 8" in diameter, weighs 2.25oz
Thanks for keeping me sane through this cabin fever :cool:
HT you look like an awesome Santa!!!
Looking good Hogg tyed.
Nice work Paul!
Thats Asheboro zoo! I thought it looked familiar!