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Kuiu Icon Pro 3200. L/XL waist belt. Tall frame. Apex shoulder harness upgrade. Gun Holder. 2 Icon hip belt pouches. Rain cover. Extra straps. Great condition. No tears. Stitching is tight. Slight wear on the bottom of the hip belt shown in picture. $360
I bought this in early 2017 planning to use it for some long backpack hunts and general backpacking. Reality is that I’m not going to be going on any long backpack hunts any time in the near future, and for regular backpacking (even 100+ milers), it’s just bigger than I need for those kind of...