Figure 2-17.--Front and back views of large pack.
Figure 2-19.--Shoulder strap and waist strap quick releases.
Attaching the Large Pack to the Frame
Figure 2-18 shows the large pack on the pack frame.
To attach it to the frame, complete the following steps:
1. Insert the bare frame into the envelope on the
back of the pack. (See fig. 2-18, view A.)
2. Secure the bottom of the pack to the frame, as
shown. Note that the webbing is looped around the
frame TWICE before buckling. Attach the shoulder
straps and waist straps as previously described. (See fig.
Figure 2-18.--Attaching the large pack to the frame.
2-18, view B.)
larger size and three more small pockets at the top. (See
fig. 2-17.) There are tie-down cords and D rings inside
the main compartment to shorten the pack when it is not
In emergency situations when sudden removal of
filled to capacity. The three lower pockets are tunneled
your backpack is required, quick releases are provided
to allow for carrying of skis and other equipment, and
on the left shoulder strap and the waist strap.
they have cords at the top for better sealing of the pocket
before closing the flap. The large pack should always be
Items 1 through 4 in view A of figure 2-19 show how
carried on the frame.
the shoulder strap quick release is assembled. The metal