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Forest Rucksack 🌲



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Forest Ruck Sack

Features 🌲🌲🌲

Padded Shoulder Straps 

–  Military Grade 

– Water Bottle Pockets on both sides 

– Built in Possible pouch under Lid

– 1000D construction

– Brightly colored inside.

– Rot proof thread 

Ax Sleeve on Back 

Spot to Lash a Bedroll to the Bottom

– Inside Plastic Frame Sheet 

– Fabric is Highly Water Resistant

Size 🌲🌲🌲

  –  17 x 12  x 6 –  Main Compartment

  –  10 x 4.5 x 2 – Side Pouch 

  –  30 liters – Expanded Volume






Additional information

Weight 3 lbs

1 review for Forest Rucksack 🌲

  1. Greg Ritchie (verified owner)

    Did not think I would ever own this pack, I was perfectly contented with my Day Ruck for overnighters and the Deep Woods Ruck for extended trips. But when the Forest Rucksack went on sale I thought why not? A spare bag is always useful.

    First the color. I am not a fan of camouflage but I do prefer earth tones, I have gotten along fine with Ranger Green. Earth Brown was one of the colors on sale so I chose it. Let me say that I like this color, like it a lot! I will be searching out Hidden Woodsmen pouches In Earth Brown to augment the Forest Rucksack.

    Next is the craftsmanship. Really, nothing to be said here other than it’s the typical craftsmanship I have come to expect with any Hidden Woodsmen gear. Excellent!

    Finally the bag itself. I really did not expect to like it much. After all, it was just intended to be a spare bag. But I was wrong. Upon opening the shipping carton and looking the bag over, I decided to take a short walk, threw some random stuff in the bag and stepped off. A half mile up, a half mile back. I was impressed with how the bag rode.

    I decided to load the bag up for use. First the side pouches. I had heard that they were tight and that they would have trouble with standard water bottles. I found that not to be true. One pouch holds a 40 oz Klean Kanteen water bottle, and the other houses a Stanley Adventure cook kit with a nesting cup. They fit perfectly.

    Next is the bucket itself. It’s exactly what I like. One big open compartment. I just really do not care for internal pouches. The orange inside is great though and lights up the inside of the pack well. The pouches I organize my gear in fit well. Cinch the top down and cover it with the lid and I had a neat organized rucksack. The lid does have a “possibles bag” built in that I used to house a few things that packed away flat for quick access.

    Overall I am very happy with the Forest Rucksack. I find it a very comfortable pack to wear. Dare I say that it is the most comfortable on my back than my other packs? I have only used it on the short walk I mentioned and one overnighter. Just have not owned the pack long enough to do more, but I do think it will be used frequently!

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