Custom Amhara Expeditionary #1421
Colour
Wolf Grey/Ranger Green
  • Wolf Grey/Ranger Green

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  • Description

    An expeditionary version of our Amhara backpack, larger at 32L, made with ultra durable heavy duty materials and comfortable carrying in mind. Tested on expeditions to Mongolia and Kenya, this is suited to carrying heavy kit across difficult terrain or for regular hard wearing use.  Features wide EPDM neoprene padded shoulder straps fitted with a sternum strap to provide support. We created the Amhara Exped to be extremely tough and durable, not ultra light but very weather proof and comfortable. A removable waist belt is available for this backpack, please note this is not included but available separately. 

    For this specific custom build we created an Amhara Expeditionary 32L SA in a Ranger Green / Wolf Grey Cordura mix Featuring Pewter Grey webbing, Foliage Green hardware, Golden yellow lining, Olive Green spacer mesh back panel, Sternum strap, Side access zip on right hand side, frame sheet pocket, external side stuff pocket with extra compression strap higher up for use with a tripod, mesh zipped pocket on the laptop sleeve, organization for small items within the top lid pockets (2x slip pockets, lined with Tricot), zip pulls to be of a bright colour.

  • Delivery & Returns

    Made to order: We aim to dispatch within 1 week.

    In-stock: Dispatched immediately.


    Delivery costs are calculated at checkout. We aim to dispatch your items as fast as possible, however there are stages of preparation we go through with each bag before sending it out which take time. If you need your item shipped extra quickly, please email us and we will do our best to accommodate.


    Any item purchased from us can be returned, provided it is in original condition and that we receive it within 14 days after delivery.


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