Outstanding Piece of Kit!
I bought one of these a bit over 2 years ago, in Crye Precision's MultiCam camouflage pattern, to be my primary INCH (I'm Never Coming Home Again) Bag. I am simply thrilled with this backpack. This is an absolutely a HUGE pack, although it can be configured by the 2 pairs of compression zippers, that run vertically on either side, to reduce it's interior volume to 80 liters. With the optional zip on PLCE Side Pouches (these have a capacity of 12.5 liters each), this pack will hold over 155 liters of gear .... that's a staggering 9,459 cubic inches of space! This bag will easily hold well over a hundred pounds of kit if you need to carry that much.
The workmanship on this pack is truely exceptional. The seams were all straight with no missed stiches with all stress points bar tacked. There was no excess thread tails left from the sewing to cut or burn off as you see in most nylon gear that you buy today. I love the zip open sleeping bag compartment which easily holds my Wide & Long Wiggy's UltraLight FTRSS sleeping bag (this is a 4 lb sleeping bag that is rated at a very conservative 25° F (-4°C) & includes an overstuffed pillow) plus my ECWCS rain parka & pants.
There is a separated, zip open compartment in the lid of the pack that will hold a wide variety of smaller bits of kit that you might have need for on a frequent basis.
This pack also features a heavily padded hip belt and shoulder straps. There are several load compression straps, both inside & outside the packs body to help handle large loads Even when loaded with a hundred plus pounds the pack rides extremely well & is very comfortable carrying that kind of weight.
There is PALS webbing covering the back, sides, belt, & top of the pack as well as a couple pairs of single strap wide pieces of webbing sewn on the bottom used to strap a sleeping pad, bivvy sack, or the Outer Bag to Wiggy's FTRSS (Flexible Temperature Response Sleep System) there.
Unfortunately this pack is not available here in the US. But even with the very high air freight charges ($75 US) it came in at well under half the cost of what a smaller sized (no one here makes a pack quite as large as this Karrimor SF 80-130 Predator) Mystery Ranch, Kifaru, Granite Gear, or Eberlestock pack would have cost.
If you need a truely humongous & exceptionally well engineered backpack you cannot find one better than this, anywhere.