Linchpin

Futura Harness: Adjusts the pack harness to a specific torso length. Hydration Plus Cargo: Cargo packs designed with hydration at the core. Separate compartments keep cargo organized and water insulated. BPA and BPS Free: Our bottles and reservoirs are 100% Free of BPA and BPS, so you can be worry free.
Featuring the Futura Harness by Mystery Ranch, the Linchpin™ allows the user to custom-fit the harness to a specific torso length. It can also be adjusted for wearing with or without armor. A narrow profile allows the user a full range of motion and easier movement through narrow spaces.
AVAILABLE COLORS
MULTICAM® : 61491 AUC : 61492 COYOTE : 61490 FOLIAGE : 61497
MULTICAM® : 61491
FEATURES  /   SPECS  /   CARE  /   REVIEWS
Hydration Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)

Cargo Volume: 1800 cu in (29.5 L)

Total Volume: 1984 cu in (32.5 L)

CamelBak® Got Your Bak™ Guarantee:  If we built it, we'll Bak it™ with our lifetime guarantee

Reservoir Features: 100 oz Mil Spec Antidote™ Long with easy-to-fill and clean wide-mouth opening, rugged and durable material, leak-proof ¼-turn cap, insulated PureFlow™ tube, patented Big Bite™ Valve, Quick Link™ Exit Port and Drink Port, QL HydroLock™ one-handed flow control.

Additional Features: Futura Harness by Mystery Ranch provides a custom fit, External side pockets carry three M16 magazines each, Radio equipment compatible with two lash points and dual antennae ports, Overflow compartment provides easy access to gear, Lightweight, durable 500D Cordura® Fabric

Designed to Carry: Ammunition, Radio equipment

Hydration Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)

Cargo Volume: 1800 cu in (29.5 L)

Total Volume: 1983 cu in (32.5 L)

Includes the 100 oz (3 L) Mil Spec Antidote™ Long Reservoir with Quick Link™ Exit Port

Pack Weight: 3.3 lbs (1.5 kg) with empty reservoir

Materials: 500D Cordura® Fabric front panel, gusset, and shoulder harness top side > Air mesh on back panel and underside of shoulder harness > 210D Nylon lining > 7 series Aluminum > 5 mm Closed-Cell foam for insulated reservoir compartment

Pack Dimensions: 19 in x 18 in x 14 in (48.3 cm x 45 cm x 35.5 cm)

PACK CLEANING
We recommend wiping your pack with a damp cloth to remove dirt. If the pack is extremely dirty and needs a deeper cleaning, soak it in cool or warm water with a very mild soap. Rinse the pack thoroughly with cool water. If soap residue remains in the fabric, it may create suds if exposed to water or sweat.

DO NOT wash your pack in a washing machine. Machine washing may damage the pack or affect the integrity of the fabric and fasteners, and will void the Got Your Bak™ Guarantee.

RESERVOIR CLEANING
The best way to care for your reservoir is to clean and dry it after every use, especially if you fill the reservoir with anything other than water. However, if a reservoir has not been cleaned after every use, and mold or discoloration develops:

1. Use hot water and a CamelBak Cleaning Tablet. (Or use 2 tablespoons of baking soda or bleach instead of CamelBak Cleaning Tab.) Mix the solution inside your reservoir and elevate the reservoir above the tube and Big Bite Valve. Pinch the bite valve, allowing the solution to flow into the drink tube and fill the bite valve.

2. Let the reservoir and cleaning solution sit in the reservoir and drink tube for about 30 minutes.

3. Wash the reservoir with hot water and mild soap. Be sure to completely rinse away the cleaning solution in the reservoir and drink tube before using again. You can also use CamelBak brushes from our Cleaning Kit to scrub your reservoir and drink tube. Brushes are the best way to ensure you are scrubbing all of the areas of the reservoir clean.

4. Once the reservoir is clean, be sure to air dry overnight so no moisture is trapped inside, which can cause mold to grow.

These steps will make your reservoir safe for use. If there are still spots left behind, these are permanent mold stains that may not be removable. However, your reservoir is still safe and usable after you’ve cleaned it.

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Flag JESSE 11.03.2011
Nice pack, but why did you leave out the molle? The extra weight wouldn't be an issue, and it helps improve the durability (abrasion resistance) of the pack.