I am in need of putting together another BOB and I am having problems locating the bag I want. I have found this bag in the past and now I am having
problems in locating another one, at least for the money. Currently, the only one I can find is the
Spec Ops T.H.E. Pack but the price is more than I want to spend.
The bag I have has no part numbers but does have a Red Rock manufacturer label. Does anyone know where I could locate a bag such as I referenced in
the link above? Thanks.
You ever try Cregslist
find the city closest to you then look under the "Sporting" section... there you'll find tons of ad from people selling there old stuff... and if
you don't see what you want go to the wanted section and place your own add...
Being an old penny pincer myself I love Craigslist
Not quite sure what you are asking for. Are you looking for a bag similar to the Specs Ops bag? but cheaper? or are you looking for another "red
rock' bag? The only "red rock" that I am familiar with was made by Kelty. I don't believe that they make it any longer. Certainly you could
find a substitute bag in the Kelty lineup. They make good bags at affordable prices.
These www.goruck.com... are pricey but I have a couple of buddies that swear by them.
Anyway, any bag will do for a BOB depending on how you want to carry it. It's what's inside the bag that matters.
These are nice countycomm.com... for only $33. Shop around and check out Maxpedition bags as well.
The backpack in the OP is a piece of fancy looking garbage Imo.
If you have ever strapped a pack to yourself and spent anymore than 10 minutes walking around you quickly find out why any pack considered MUST have a
Sure a 10 Lb. pack all day long at the amusement park is a nuisance, but add 40 Lbs. and keep it on for a week.
There is a reason why any who hike use framed packs.
But hey i got mine.
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