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For Sale is a full Spectra/Dyneema McHale S-SARC +2 pack hand crafted by renowned Seattle area pack maker Dan McHale in 2014. Dan created this pack with extra thick double layer Spectra on the bottom for abrasion resistance. 

 

This is the Cadillac of load haulers and would be an incredible investment for anybody looking to do longer unsupported trips or more multi-sport style trips requiring lots of gear. This pack comes with Dan's infamous Bypass Harness, "Plug and Go Bayonets" allowing the pack to transform from expedition load hauler to reasonable size daypack within minutes and removable back pad/sit pad. 

 

I do not want to sell this pack but I have another smaller pack created by Dan that sees more use and I am hoping to put some money towards other gear purchases. This pack has been used only twice on 2 trips and has no signs of wear. It is made entirely of dyed spectra (a process only Dan has figured out how to achieve).

Get it before it's gone. 

 

Note: I am located in Canada (BC). This pack was created by Dan to my specifications (34" waist although the belt is adjustable) and comes complete with 2 waist pockets, top lid convertible to summit hip belt, and shoulder pouch pocket.

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