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Eberlestock products are protected by the
following US Patents:
7,735,701, D346,846, and Patents Pending.
Accessories to Your Eberlestock Pack:
Follow these steps to attach
Padlock™ system accessory pouch:
|1. Choose the
best position for your pouch, and tuck the male buckle and strap
through a rung on the pack above where you want the pouch.
||2. Next, go through the
uppermost webbing loop on the accessory.
||3. Then go through the next
rung down on the pack...
system is unique because it allows more flexibility than other
systems. A larger 5-rung wide
pouch, like the A2MP, can be attached to a 3-wide matrix on the pack
because of its flexible attachment -- just route the straps
however you need them.
|4. ... and
continue, until you reach the bottom rung on the chain that you're
||5. Then tighten the buckle
strap to that the pouch is snug, and buckle it up.
Another thing that's very
useful about the Padlock™
system is that Padlock-equipped pouches can be attached to virtually
any piece of webbing, or even to a pants belt.
The photos below show the relationship between
the spacing of the webbing on the pouch and webbing of various
widths to which it will be attached. To match the pouch to
different width webbing, you simply route the pouch's attachment
straps different ways:
|A 1.5" piece of
webbing will be strung the same way as the 2" piece shown at right.
||A 2" piece of webbing runs
alongside the uppermost webbing on the pouch, and over the middle
space between the pouch's webbing loopholes. When the
attachment strap runs into the lower loophole, the pouch will be
snugly held onto the 2" strap.
||To attach a pouch to a 1" piece
of webbing, run the attachment strap under the upper loophole on the
pouch (instead of over it, as shown in the other photos), then
around the 1" webbing. Capture it between the upper and lower
loopholes by running the attachment strap under the lower loophole.