Kifaru Fulcrom 1800cu Pack - Bag Only

SKU
KIFA0005
As low as $386.00
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Field Notes - "The Fulcrum is one of the most versatile backpacks I have used. When compressed, it has 1800 cubic inches of storage, and when expanded, is capable of 7,800 cubic inches. M... Read More >

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Features

  • Made in the USA
  • 500d DWR Coated Cordura
  • 7,800ci / 128 liters
  • 6,000ci / 98 liter main bag (with two K-clip compression straps) 45" / 114cm upper circumference, 43" / 109cm lower circumference, 34" / 86cm tall
  • Two 900ci/15liter full length center zip pockets (19"/48cm tall x 7"/18cm wide x 6"/15cm deep with three sewn in compression straps)
  • Two full length slot pockets made of 4-way stretch material (19"/48cm tall x 7"/18cm wide)
  • 3.4 lbs / 1.5kg (bag only)
  • Access: Top & Full front
  • Built in meat shelf
  • Internal water bladder sleeve with hang loop
  • Chamber pocket
  • Accepts all Dock & Lock, and Lock & Load pockets
  • Ample PALS Matrix on the exterior, allows pockets to be added wherever extra organization/volume is needed

Product Description

Functional, versatile and durable are just a few words that describe the Fulcrum, but here at Kifaru we just like to call it a kick ass Extended Mission Pack! The base design for the Fulcrum is very simple; deliver a pack with the ability to expand to 7,800+ ci, but also transform into a sleek and functional daypack when needed. We were able to accomplish this by adding a full length center zipper to the main bag, and also add 900 ci wings to each side. The options of the Fulcrum allow for quick access, mass expansion and/or compression and the versatility that is rivaled by no other large pack on the market today. 

Field Notes 

"The Fulcrum is one of the most versatile backpacks I have used. When compressed, it has 1800 cubic inches of storage, and when expanded, is capable of 7,800 cubic inches. My favorite features are the sleeves on the back of the pack wings, which allow me to store a spotter and tripod, allowing me to quickly get them out of the pack without having to get into the main compartment." -Alex Millward