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DAYSACK

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Just treated myself for £15 to the little Swedish Army daysack on MM.... about 25 litres?

Sometimes, things are better than what you expect, and this plain little thing is one of these: un issued and completely immaculate. As new.
Nicely put together with strapping points for extra gear should you be so inclined. Long strap for top closure flap with a secondary draw string. Also, MASSIVE closure baffle that almost double the size of the sack, also drawstring closure.
For day hikes, long walks, day paddle in the canoe....whatever and all for £15...Worth a look o_O👍

 

Bam

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Just been verbally abused by the missus for suggesting I should get one, apparently I have enough bags and I'm a jack and Danny. Who says romance is dead. :lol:
 
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Erbswurst

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My impression is, that everybody should buy two!

Can't tell you why. It's just a feeling.

Partnerlook. Two kids. Two burn out bags.


Aaah, bug out bags, sorry!

So minimum four are needed!
 

Erbswurst

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@lol

What's the weight of this rucksack?

Is it soft, so you can roll it up, or does it have a frame?

Do you have the option to look if it fits to a child? If it fits: Which age, how tall?

I guess it could be a good recommendation for children.
 

1 shot willie

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It is what it is......a day bag 25ltrs............. so I doubt it will be rammed with kit......so is the weight of the bag really that critical?
Ramming kit in there would make for an uncomfortable carry.
Putting a piece of thin ply in the back would keep it square on the carriers back and may offer better comfort.
 

Erbswurst

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With a bit good luck I could fly to Stockholm and back for this price!
Or simply use the ferry to Trelleborg.
 
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