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Follow Up: Sabra-Gear Mono 48 Pack – Preparedmind101

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I’ve been using this pack for about 9 or so months now, so I give a follow up on what I still think of it (especially important since I don’t do many pack videos).

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7 thoughts on “Follow Up: Sabra-Gear Mono 48 Pack – Preparedmind101

  1. The bitterness of poor quality is remembered long after the sweetness of low price has faded from memory. -Aldo Gucci. remember this when you buy cheap people.

  2. Lots of naysayers here and I agree with a lot of the comments, HOWEVER, thanks for supporting an Israeli product. That pack looks like it is built like a tank. Israelis make good stuff – not junk. But, too many dangling things for me. All of those straps, pockets, and buckles add to the weight… when you are out and about for any length of time weight is everything. Now, if you are hauling cameras or electronics (I am a ham) you want protection for your expensive gear. Back in the 60’s when my cousin Judy and I would head off into the woods we used a waxed canvas army bucket rucksack – about 20lbs loaded. What you need depends on what you do. Would I trust my radio gear to a $50 ALICE pack? NOT unless it is a PRC-77 radio that you could drive over with a tank. lol It us all subjective…..

  3. I’ve carried a 40lb pack for 15 miles at the end of the day it felt like it was an 80lb pack it’s not as easy as people think it is

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