RE: [BackpackGearTest] re Get yours now, while supplies last!
- The sleep pad isn't built in. The space for it is built in. You supply the
pad, just like a P1, and the pad you supply provides "basic load support".
The hoop is for "additional load transfer" and isn't considered a "frame" by
ULA. But I would agree that the pack is somewhat of a hybrid. Brian isn't in
right now so I'll check with him on Monday and see how he wants it listed.
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From: Roger Caffin [mailto:r.caffin@...]
Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2004 3:28 PM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] re Get yours now, while supplies last!
> 32 oz. - $165 3,500 cu inthe
> The Fusion is a unique pack that combines the use of a sleeping pad
> basic load support with an ultralight carbon fiber / composite hoopcomfort
> system for additional load transfer thereby redefining the
> expectations of
> and load control in a 2 lb pack.But the Test call database has them listed as
> ULA Equipment - Fusion PackJust picking nits here: with a frame and a sleeppad built in, it is
> TYPE: Packs - Frameless/Day
obviously not a 'Frameless/Day' pack.
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