SKU: Hitchhiker 20
The HITCHHIKER 20 is attachable storage featuring our Rip-Zip opening.
Versatile, volume expansion pack that converts to an E&E or Bolt Bag.
The HITCHHIKER 20 is attachable storage featuring our rip-zip opening. It's designed to work with the NICE RATS, ROUS, OVERLOAD and COMM3 packs, allowing you to carry more sustainment gear.
- Carbon/fiberglass stays
- Streamlined exterior
- Stiffened edges to lock over your primary pack
- Features shoulder straps for use as an E&E or Bolt Bag
- Built of custom spec’d 500D CORDURA® with Teflon® and PU coatings for maximum durability, UV, and weather protection
- YKK® zippers
Made in the USA
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tbone from Flexible and well made.Currently my 3 month old pack is carrying my Comm gear and related batteries as well as SatCom antennas. Especially appreciated is its lightweight construction and ability to carry heavy loads comfortably. While it doesn't have a frame, it nicely conforms to the radio housing which in turn becomes a usable internal support frame. Outstanding.
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Small. Durable. UtilitarianThis pack is awesome! I have a slightly older version that I'm partial to, though I would imagine that the absence of the mole straps would reduce the weight and catching that the new version has. This pack has gone through it all; technical high rope rescue practice (we needed a weighted line so I filled it with rocks, worked great, but not the best for the pack), almost a year of wilderness therapy work as my daypack, strapped to the back of my multiday expedition pack, it's gone up a ski mountaineering trip my Sister did on S. Sister, and countless days hunting down shade in the summer heat Climbing at Smith. This pack is as durable as any out there, a hallmark of Mystery Ranch Craftsmanship! If you don't have one, my excuse was that I needed something on the opposite side of the size spectrum from my 6500 pack, but wanted a daypack that could take the use and abuse and keep asking for more!
Date published: 2018-10-30