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    Default MYOG DCF Mid and Light framed backpack

    Hey guys,

    Wanted to share some pics of a recently completed projects. Feel free to ask any questions!

    DCF .74oz Mid - 100" l x 60" w x ~51" h weighing in at ~13.1oz including stuff sack and guy lines.

    MYOG backpack - ~40 liters using Liteskin ls07 and 210 dyneema x. Two Al stays weighing in ~24oz


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    Super nice job

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    Looking great! Nice project to keep you busy. Backpack weight is awesome.
    I got lots of silnylon to make a few things.

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    Sexy pack. Looks like it could easily carry 70 liters with the roll top unfurled. Do the AL stays slot into the waist belt? Sleeping pad inside as "frame"?

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    Great work!

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    DAAA-Yummm! Those are sweet. Craftsmanship looks top notch.
    UL, because nobody ever asks "How can I make my pack heavier?"

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    Thanks everyone!

    Bob, do you recognize those poles? Thank you for your helpful insights on MYOG poles as well! I've been using a pair for a couple years now and they have taken tremendous abuse without a hiccup and only 10 oz for the pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eblanche View Post
    Thanks everyone!

    Bob, do you recognize those poles? Thank you for your helpful insights on MYOG poles as well! I've been using a pair for a couple years now and they have taken tremendous abuse without a hiccup and only 10 oz for the pair.
    LOL I didn't before but zoomed in on the 4th pic and sure 'nuff!!

    Glad those are working well for you... I have a few pairs with anywhere from hundreds to thousands of miles on 'em.
    UL, because nobody ever asks "How can I make my pack heavier?"

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