Ultralight-ish

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My Osprey Kestrel 38L pack finally gave up after 8 years of dedicated service (the internal waterproofing layer is disintegrating badly).
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I had to press my get-home bag into an ultralight-ish backpack for a climb up Mt Batolusong/Rangyas Peak (Rising Rock, 883 MASL) and it actually worked out well.
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I used my High Speed Gear M24P Daypack with a Voodoo Tactical Hydration pouch, Maxpedition round pouch (for headlamp), and a surplus USGI grenade pouch (for my Sawyer Mini Filter). The hydration pouch was small so I put 2L of water in my 3L Camelbak and then an extra 1L in a Platypus bottle. Overall a workable loadout, albeit a bit warm due to the lack of ventilation for the backpack.
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Pays_in_Bitcoin
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Feb 15, 2021
Appreciate the photos friend, although my eyebrow raise over carry 3 liters of water within ultralight category. Looks pretty lush to me! Try a kupilka and just sawyer mini sometime, drink your fill each stop! The theory that everything is easier to carry the closer it is to you is tenfolded when it's inside you.
SargeII
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Feb 16, 2021
I hear that, about 1.2L went untouched!