- 140D 2-way stretch fabric (Front zipper pocket/side open-top pockets)
- 450D Aramid Reinforced Rip-Stop (camo options)
- 500D Nylon Rip-Stop (solid options)
- Polyurethane water resistance coating
- Removable Duraflex HD 25mm buckles
- YKK Zippers
- Volume: 7500 c.i.
- Weight: 2 lbs and 6 oz.
- Dimensions: 38"x16"x13"
This ultralight pack is a beast. Plenty of room for our 8-10 day Elk spike camp. Main compartment is huge but narrow enough to keep the load more linear which allows for higher loading on the mainframe. I will store dual batwings loaded with day hunting essentials and drop the Vapor and internal dry bag containing camp gear once we get into critters.
Loaded a couple sand bags between MainFrame and the Vapor and everything straps in super tight!
Excited for this season!
As expected another great project. I actually bought the vapor 3500 as well after receiving the 7500. Main frame is the best pack system I’ve ever had.
I love my M5, but it doesn't have the capacity to go deep. I went with the F1 Frame and Vapor 7500 combo. I'm training for an Alaska hunt this fall and I've been hiking with my full loadout at just under 70 lbs. The bag is has room for twice this much more. Large sniper scabbard between the bag and frame completes the rig. Plus room for meat hauling. I'm stoked.to get this thing dirty.
As a day pack, the 7500 on my F1 compresses smaller than my M5 with its own straps.
Be sure to add a Laser-Cut utility Panel to partition this huge space.
Loved my F1 frame with the bat wings but needed some actual bag space to get everything back to where we bear hunt. The 7500 has enough room for all the equipment going on with space for the trophy coming back out.