Nunatak Review - Liten 35
This can only qualify as an early impressions mention, as I've hiked just 2 hrs with this frameless/beltless pack. But being a maker myself I've also spent at least two hours scrutinizing the construction, detailing and design, lol.
- 35 liters (unverified, but most likely include pockets)
- 18" torso, 16.6 ounces.
- Generally VX07, plus Cordura in all the right places.
- Typical pocket placement, tried and true roll top, S-straps, bungees
I've seen a lot gear. Allmansright claim a scant six months in business, but either they are inherently talented or are hiding lots of previous experience because this pack is dialed:
- Fabric and hardware choices that are balanced and makes sense.
- 99% flawlessly sewn.
- Built with stress points properly reinforced, triple stitched seams where needed, fully internally bound.
- Pockets are big but secure with burly shock cord and big cord locks. 2 x 1 liter Smart on the sides.
- Attachment points for poles, axe and CCF pad are really cool and truly multi functional. Some thought went into this area.
- Aesthetically pleasing. Shoulder strap side seams are absolutely centered; very close to parallel topstitching throughout; notions perfectly mirrored side to side; and many more functionally irrelevant details done right.
- Gripes (both can fixed in 20 min):
- The Velcro top closure. While a sensible Omni Tape it still needs to go.
- The shoulder strap tails are sewn triple folded so they can't be un-buckled to attach slide-on pockets.