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Tarapocket (TP)
ranger green mounted on Ute
ranger green mounted on Umlindi
on Ute with day hiking load
on Ute with multiday load
color:ranger greenfoliage grey / greencoyote
$55.00
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Weight: 0.38 lb
Length: 4.00 in
Width: 9.00 in
Height: 17.00 in
Dimensional Volume: 612.00 in3
Dimensional Volume (DV) is NOT the number used by manufacturers to denote capacity. To get a cubic inch number that you can use to compare to what you're accustomed to, multiply DV by 1.5 as a rule of thumb. Bigger packs can use an even bigger multiplier - up to 1.7.
  • accepts
    • Tarainsert
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    • coyote brown
    • foliage grey
    • ranger green
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    • tools - contingency
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    • Umlindi
    • Ute

The Tarapocket is a much simplified version of the Tarahumara, designed to be used as a dedicated compression panel. Unlike a Tarahumara, it has no provision to be used as a backpack. It is the same size and shape as the Tarahumara, but removes the slot pocket, padded back panel, and wand pockets. It is a great choice for the back of a Ute or Umlindi, particularly in conjunction with a removable Tarainsert for organization. It will hold slightly more than the Palspocket.

It does not come with any straps. For use on our Umlindi or Ute, it goes right on with the straps that are included with the packs themselves. For use on third party packs, you'll probably need some of our compression straps.

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When humans first set foot in a new continent, they came in small groups under their own power, bringing only the gear they needed. Most simply called themselves The People. Over time, those who chose the rougher freer life of the up country came to think of themselves as the Hill People.
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