Introducing the Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

It gives us great pleasure to introduce to you the Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack, the first ever pack to have been designed and tested by Ray Mears himself:

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

Manufactured in small numbers right here in Great Britain, the Leaf Cutter Rucksack offers 58 litres of packing volume in its main compartment despite weighing in at just 1.8 kg.

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

With its focus on roomy, easy-access compartments along with strong fabrics and fittings, this is a pack that does away with the unnecessary gimmicks and instead provides a reliable and durable companion for your adventures. The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack is available to order now.

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

The Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

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3 thoughts on “Introducing the Ray Mears Leaf Cutter Rucksack

  1. David Southey

    After using my pack for the last three weeks assisting on the Fundamental course I have to say I am very happy with it. The size is great and the back and straps comfy when loaded; even though I waterproof all my kit using dry bags, the fact that the pack itself doesn’t get waterlogged really helps to keep the weight down. The straps on the side pockets are great for cinching down the lids and keeping things from rattling around, with the top pocket zip orientated as it is allows me to get items such as my Etrex out with out taking the pack off. I think I have found a new travelling friend.

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  2. Adam Ferguson

    I have been testing my new Leaf Cutter Rucksack in the great Pacific Northwest (USA) and have enjoyed the simplicity of design, ruggedness of the materials used and the weight of the pack. Very enjoyable to wear and comforting to know it can withstand anything the environment throws at it.

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