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Pro-Force Trooper 45 Rucksack Review

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Ashley Cawley of NaturalBushcraft reviews the Pro-Force Trooper 45 Rucksack.
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Comments (3)
3 Friday, 30 April 2010 09:27
Ashley Cawley
Thanks for letting us know Robin, im glad you like the bag. I am still using it as my current day-sack (& more), it is very comfy & reasonable pack.
2 Friday, 30 April 2010 09:11
Robin Knight
Excellent review Ashley! Went and bought one yesterday from 'The Bunker Warehouse' based upon your review and love the bag. I'm 6ft 4ins tall and it fits superbly, the hip belt actually goes around my hips unlike the 100ltr long back Bergan I also own. The side pockets are a great size, in one pocket I've easily fitted my Crusader Cup, 58 Pattern Water Bottle, Frosts Mora Clipper, Bahco Saw and the wooden spoon I'm currently working on and in the other side pocket I can fit my Dog Food Tin Hobo Stove and brew kit - all with room to spare! Brilliant rucksack and very well priced.
1 Tuesday, 23 February 2010 20:33
Superb review, excellent bag - will be buying one myself!

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