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Need a large pack - October 15, 2007, 07:54 PM

I need a new pack. It must have at least the capacity of a military ALICE pack (20" x 19" x 11") and cost about $50 or less. It doesn't have to be moto specific. Any ideas?

A new black ALICE pack is looking like the best bet at this point.


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October 15, 2007, 08:11 PM

Check out some of the DC bookbags. the one i have about the size of the ALICE, a little taller. it also came with an additional smaller bag the clips on to the larger one w/o reducing its size. i can fit enough clothes for a long weekend along with toothbrush and stuff in the large bag. spare shoes, belt, cell phone charger and other tings go in the smaller one. REALLY nice bag. i bought mine specificlly for a long weekend trip when i rode up to Pittsburgh to see family.

it costs between $55 and $65 depending where you find it. i cant find a solid name for it, every design i find has a diffrent name. but check pacsun or journeys, i know they have em.

here are two pics. mine is two shades of grey, i have also seen just black. so there are other colors than these ghey patterns.




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October 15, 2007, 09:29 PM

I have one of the DC backpacks. There isnt anything I cant put in there. I don't know what ALICE is, but these mothers are big.


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Military ALICE pack.



I will look and see if I still have mine Travis. If not the Ranger Surplus store has them for cheap.


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Hey Travis

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October 16, 2007, 08:03 AM

I absolutely love my Kelty Redwing 3100. It's a very large "overnight" pack that I take on multiday trips. Light, lots of features, good capacity, great interface. And pricewise, it's a freaking bargain. I don't know if the capacity matches the ALICE though.



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