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    FS: SnugPak Rocket Pack

    Used on about 7 outings, mostly overnights with two weekend trips. Still in excellent condition, but it doesn't suit my purposes because I never use the zip on side pouches.

    $80.00 shipped.

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    and back to the top with you.

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    Yes, that is the one I am selling.

    I do not have the additional yoke system to convert the two zip on pockets into a day pack. Had intended to get it, but I've never carried the two pockets with me when I go out. I've managed to squeeze everything into the single compartment and lash a few other items to the outside. So, I'm looking to get into a similar sized, but lighter weight pack.

    Let me add some info about it.

    On the bottom of the pack is a compartment that contains 2 rain flys. One is woodland camo, the other is desert tan. I've used them in drizzle and downpours and they accomplish their tasks well enough. They cinch up around the pack, leaving only the shoulder straps and hip belt exposed to the elements.

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    This pack does hold a good amount and is pretty versatile. Dave Canterbury with Wilderness Outfitters Archery has a video on Youtube doing a review of the Rocket Pack. Dave Canterbury is more wilderness survival but gives you a good idea on what the pack can hold and how its setup. The only thing I've been concerned about the pack was weight. Other than that, I would have probably bought one by now.
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    thanks for the free bump. One more bump then I'll let this thread die.

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