The Karrimor SF Sabre 45 is a well known military rucksack and I have reviewed one before. I have come back for another look because a new add on has become available that changes what the Sabre 45 can offer. The add on vastly expands the customisation options by bringing MOLLE in the form of a zip on side panel to the Sabre 45.Read more
A true military rucksack with specific features to aid the soldier out on patrol or the busy commuter rushing about town. The Karrimor SF THOR 40 brings together tough materials, a solid design and a different approach to gaining entry to the pack. Let’s find out more in this full review.Read more
The Karrimor SF Predator 80 – 130 is perfect for those longer trips in the backcountry, most recently I have used this rucksack in Finnish Lapland for a winter snowshoeing trip.
It’s a large, very durable and no nonsense expedition rucksack that is able to carry heavy loads long distances. Operating in colder conditions means you have to take more gear and supplies with you to be comfortable and operate effectively, all this requires a rucksack that you can depend on.Read more
The Atmos AG 50 joins my Osprey collection and brings with it high levels of comfort and accessibility in a very flexible capacity. Its companions are the Mutant 38, Kestrel 48 and the Talon 33. So you could say that I am an avid Osprey user.Read more
The first thing I noticed when I first saw the pack were the two pockets on the front. They dominate the design not only in looks but in practicality too. I have come to really appreciate these two pockets which although a simple addition to the Karrimor SF Commander 45 really make it useful out in the field.Read more
A truly versatile pack with amazing expansion options. Tough-as-nails construction too. This is our review on the Karrimor SF Sabre 45 Multicam. Let’s check it out.Read more
I think it’s important to always match a product to its intended use and function. I often get asked “is this the best?” but I instead always encourage getting people to think “is this fit for purpose”.Read more