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Recon Harness (REH)
color:ranger greencoyotefoliage grey/green
$46.00
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Weight: 0.43 lb
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Width: 0.00 in
Height: 0.00 in
Dimensional Volume: 0.00 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.
  • color
    • coyote brown
    • foliage grey
    • ranger green
  • equipage category
    • tools - contingency
    • tools - expected use
  • equipage level
    • 1.0
  • PALS / Molle Compatible
    • yes

This is a replacement back harness for those wanting to turn their Kit Bag into more of a stand alone load carriage option. It will go on any Kit Bag, and is *not* available as a substitution.

The Recon Harness has the following features:

  • Contoured yoke design based on the Runner's Harness
  • 6/12 PALS fabric outer for mounting organizational pouches. 4 channels, 7 rows.
  • mesh sleeve inner for a water bladder or light layer - bladder area dimensions 8"x15"
  • water bladder hang loop on inner top.
  • tabs and bungy cord arrangement on outside for easily stowing light and bulky items

This product works well for very light counterbalanced loads in conjunction with a Kit Bag. Be aware that if you are anticipating carrying any more than 5-7 lbs on back, you're much better off with a Tarahumara pack worn separately from your Kit Bag.

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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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