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    SOLD: GO Lite Jam Large W/Mods

    Hey All I have a Go lite Jam. Been on a few hikes but no damage. Still in great condition. Ive cut off a few things to suit my needs but perhaps someone will be interested.


    Mods:

    -Added shockcord to the side pockets hem
    -Cut out hydration sleeve
    -cut out divider in hip pockets
    -shortened side comp. 3-4in. (Still plenty long to store a pad or crocs under)
    -shortened belt 2in (still will fit up to a 38" easily I believe. Im a 36/37" waist)
    -cut off front useless pocket
    -replaced pocket with MountainGoats mesh pocket.


    Has original foam pad or you can cut out a heavier one if desired. I chose to cut close to the seams and not seam rip in order to save the integrity of them. Also with the front pocket mod there is no more "Ice axe/Trek pole" supports. I just use the side pockets and comp straps. I chose not mod it any further...but had plans of GG hip pockets and maybe a rolltop closure. Great start for someone wanting to finalize this great U.L. pack.

    Feel free to ask any questions.

    $50 shipped U.S paypal please



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    is this the 50L size?

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    Yes. Its the Jam 2 from last year. They used to only come in Large (53ltr) or Medium(50ltr) But the mesh pocket adds some volume aswell as versatility. Thanks for looking!
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    ok so this is the medium size? I dont really get the sizing but its dependent on how tall right? I'm 6' would this size more than likely be fine? Thanks

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    also sorry to keep asking questions...how much does this weigh?

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    No this is a Large. Its 18-22.5" I believe. Go lites changed their system for the new packs. Sorry of I was misleading. The Jam was sold as a 50ltr pack but the large size boosted it up a couple liters from what I was lead to belive. Longer back measurment added a couple liters to the volume.

    Originally 1lb 14oz

    I removed just over 3oz.

    Ill get the final tonight again since Ive added the mesh pocjet but Im positive its under 2 lbs.
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    Thanks nice pack, one more question. you said you took out the foam pad? So is the pad still in place or once you remove it does it have to sewn back into place...just a little confused.

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    I may be interested. My friend has been looking for this kind of pack. As soon as I hear back from him, I'll let you know. I know you may not be able to wait, but I think this would be just what he is looking for as he is 6'4" but has a slim waist and is just getting into backpacking with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronkmckay View Post
    Thanks nice pack, one more question. you said you took out the foam pad? So is the pad still in place or once you remove it does it have to sewn back into place...just a little confused.
    The foam back pad is removeable. Many people change them out for thicker/sturdier pads or they become worn out over time and need to be replaced. I still have the original one. And is in good shape. I chose to use my sleeping pad as a backpad instead.
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    Ok so you didnt tear out the pocket that holds the foam pad then?

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