Finnish M05 rucksack, large
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The modern Finnish army backpack is the most succesful laymans-pack yet issued by our military. Long gone are the formless "Sipulisäkki" (Onion sack) of WW2 vintage, or the cold war era M85 "Palloreppu" (Ball pack)! These new ones are virtually indestructible and simple as their predecessors, but as a new feature surprisingly nice to use and carry!
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The M05 load bearing system also includes one of these huge, monstrous rucksacks, and sack is indeed the correct term. This pack is designed to simply carry a f*ckload of stuff, not to be comfy, easy to use or anything, just to carry a lot of stuff from point A to B. Totally bombproof construction and tough materials make this a sure bet!
One large (and we mean large, as in huge) main compartment, two long side pouches and a square back pouch. The flap straps are long enough to take another rucksack under the flap, which means serious overpacking capacity. There are four strap attachment points on the bottom for even more, more, more kit.
The shoulder straps are extremely heavy duty and generously padded, even the adjustment buckles are steel, not plastic. A sternum strap and waist belt help keep this beast in place.
Made of military grade cordura, with PU-coating on the inside. The quality is excellent overall, as should be expected.
Made by Finn-Savotta Oy
Founded in 1955 Finn-Savotta, or just Savotta, is known for their simplistic and extremely rugged designs. For decades Savotta has been the go-to supplier of hiking gear for the Finnish civilian market and combat gear and tents for the defence forces.
Today Savotta operates two factories, one in Karstula, Finland, where they make all their tents and metal components and one in Estonia where they do about 50% of their sewing.
Reppunahan tämä on aivan surkea, ja kelpaa korkeintaan intistä tutun sipulisäkin korvikkeeksi. Ainakin meille opetettiin intissä, ettei tätä ole tarkoituskaan kantaa kuin ajoneuvon ja teltan väliä. Älä osta tätä säkkiä, jos harkitsen keikkalaukkua tai merimiessäkkiä, vaan sijoita rahasi paremmin. Varsinkin täyteen ahdettuna tätä on todella ikävä kantaa, sillä repun selkämyksessä ei ole minkäänlaisia kovikkeita.
Olkoonkin kotimaista laatua, 200 euroa on aivan liikaa tästä ylisuuresta kärsimyssäkistä!
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