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July 13, 2017Gear Tasting

EXO Mountain Gear, Hanging Body Armor and IR Strobe Differences – Gear Tasting 97

EXO Mountain Gear, Hanging Body Armor and IR Strobe Differences – Gear Tasting 97

Today, Bryan walks through a new K2 2000 Daypack from Exo Mountain Gear and why he feels it’s a solid contender to replace the ALICE Pack he’s carried the past two years at the Mammoth Sniper Challenge.

He also answers some Questions Over Coffee, including one on hanging body armor long-term and some differences between two popular IR Strobes.

In each episode of Gear Tasting, Imminent Threat Solutions Editor-in-Chief Bryan Black answers your gear-related questions and shares his insight into what we’re currently evaluating at ITS HQ.

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Discussion

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  • strych9

    Will you try out that EXO pack with some weight in it and let us know how it does/what it will hold?. I was gonna run a HPG Ute for the 2017 Darin Fink SAC but now I’m tempted by this pack.

    The UTE is 3600 cubic inches (60L) and a pound heavier. It might be a bit bigger than needed but it’s also very, very modular. I’d really like to get a comparison on this EXO 2000 without spending $500 to get it… Unfortunately there don’t seem to be EXO Mountain Gear dealers in Colorado so getting my hands on one before paying for it probably isn’t in the cards.

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