and would recomend to you all!
Step 1: The Bag
It also came with a waterproof compression sack, and a removable bladder pack that can be worn seperatly.
Step 2: The main Body contents
The waterproof sack is then where I store my sleeping bag and a set of thermals i wear while sleeping, i do this so just incase we get caught out in bad weather i can be sure the stuff i sleep in will be dry!
I have two sleeping bags to choose between,
the first is a Eurohike Adventurer 200, its a 2 season that drops down to -10c in extreme conditions.
It's a Medium size bag that can compress down to a small-ish size and is very comfortable.
the other is a MountainLife Micro 50, its 1 season and drops to only +10c extreme.
but it packs VERY small and is great for summer camping.
I always have my thermals aswell incase the temp drops lower than expected, and if i know the weather is going to be pretty extreme i will pack both bags and put one inside the other, I have found this to be VERY warm in the harshest british weather.
The rest of the main body of the bag is for any clothes i pack and a towel.
Step 3: The Kitchen (bottom compartment)
In it i keep my;
mess tin, which is a bit more pricey then some but the lid doubles as a frying pan and i like fried eggs in the morning.
and a mini gas tilly lamp that fits snug in its own sturdy box
a mini gas stove which also has its own box
And just incase the gas stove fails i keep a hexi stove aswell, this is also helpfull using the fuel if im starting a fire.
a gas bottle
Cutlery, that all slides into a bottle opener and has its own pouch
an army folding washing up bowl
and a couple mre's
and after all that there is still plenty room for other food i will want
Step 4: The bathroom (side pocket)
this includes a toothbrush, in a case,
a small towel,
a squashed toilet roll,
a small trowel,
hand cleaner gell,
and some shower gell and shampoo
Step 5: Top flap (outer)
a waterproof coat, thin goretex one
and a pair or water proof trousers
Step 6: Top Flap (inner)
although i dont have a picture, as im saving that for another instructable. but its my survival tin, with everything i might need when camping or climbing if we get stuck.
Step 7: Front map pocket
Step 8: Side pockets
Step 9: The bedroom (on the front)
Step 10: My chair! again, on the front
well actually a stool, but in some places there is little to sit on, and i like a little elevation when im cooking and its nice to take the weight off your feet on time to time,
so i park this in the loops designed for ice axes or walking poles