Granite Gear Stratus Flatbed


Weight 5 lb 4 oz / 2.38 kg

Manufacturer's Description

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The Granite Gear Stratus Flatbed is the "flatbed truck" of the backcountry! From chain saws and trail maintenance gear, to elk quarters or outboard motors, strap just about anything to the Stratus Flat Flatbed Pack. Built with a beefed up Stratus frame and the expedition suspension, this pack can comfortably carry huge loads.


Free Shipping. Granite Gear Stratus Flatbed Backpack (Fall 2009) Features for the Stratus Flatbed by Granite Gear:interchangeable beltinterchangeable shoulder strapstorso length adjustment on framesheetunique compression panel allows loading of cumbersome objectscruise controlFabrics:210 D Nylon Cordura BodyHypalonSpecifications:Use: Odd LoadsWeight: 5lbs 4oz. [2.38 kg]Load: 70+lbs [32+kg]Suspension: Beefed Up TepexStyle: Compression Panel

- Moosejaw

The heavy-duty hauler of the backcountry! The Stratus flatbed hauls your trail maintenance gear or heavy loads with its beefy suspension system. Bagless design features a front compression system that secures your load and makes it easy to strap on gear like a Pulaski or shovel. 3-D Composite framesheet and harness system evenly distributes your load and offers plenty of head room. Tepex framesheet supports heavy loads yet features a lightweight design. Standard Packer exoskeleton hipbelt's cupped design evenly distributes the load over and around your hipbones. Dual-density, laminated foam in shoulder straps and waistbelt effectively cushion the load and absorb shock.


Granite Gear Stratus Flatbed


The Granite Gear Stratus Flatbed is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 16, 2014 at

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