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Old school meets new school...

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Couple of pictures of my new Cold Cold World.


Pack weighs in at less than 1.5 #.  Material is Spectra ripstop.  Shoulder harness is off a full size CCW pack for the extra padding required on heavier loads.  Some where above a 35L in my 21" back size.


Old school Chouinard Fish pack bottom (weather beaten orange)  and a custom Ozone (new bright red).




New pack's bottom panel.



And the pack showing the obvious S shaped back panel.





Loaded with 37# of climbing rope and 2 one liter bottles in the lid.




custom sizing

custom pattern originally based on the Ozone size

2 liter+ top pocket

2nd zippered pocket in lid with key holder

Zippers reversed for use on hanging belays

pull down shoulder straps

main bag guide book zippered pocket

covered lid buckle

removeable back foam

oversize shoulder straps

Perlon haul loop

dbl strap patches on lid

dbl rop straps

dbl bottom

10" extension

Lid is extendable or removeable

bar tacked daisy chain on the bottom of the lid strap

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i saw some guy with that cold cold world pack through hiking the pct when i was up in tahoe a few weeks ago. had never seen anything like it. now i know what it is

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