Weight 21 oz
Total Volume 3,500 cu in / 57 L
Load Guide 20-30 lb



The absolute best pack I have ever carried. This is…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $175


The absolute best pack I have ever carried.


  • Weight
  • Storage capacity
  • Manufacturing quality

This is my absolute favorite pack I have ever used. This is definitely my go-to pack. I have used this pack on everything from day hikes, to overnight hikes, to 3-4 day hikes. I feel like ULA makes top-notch equipment and the build quality is great.

I really like the storage this pack has along with the simplicity of design. I store most things that do not mind getting wet in the front mesh pouch and everything else goes on the inside where it is nice and dry. I also really like the waist belt pockets. They are not too big, but they are also not too small.

Overall a great pack that I would highly recommend.


I bought this pack for three main reasons. Since my…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: top loading internal
Size: 3500 cubic inches - 2600ci main
Number of Pockets: 2 side (400 ci each) 1 front (500ci) 1 hip
Max. Load Carried: 25 pounds
Height of Owner: 5-9
Price Paid: $150

I bought this pack for three main reasons. Since my wife and I have gone lightweight (base weight about 11-12 lbs) I didn't need all the room in my other pack. My wife has two ULA packs and loves them both.

The main reason though is that I am a gear head and didn't have this pack. This summer I used it on a six day trip in the Maroon Bells in Colorado and it handled 24# including food and water like a breeze. I used a sit pad from Gossamer Gear for padding against my back. In October we did a three day trip on the Superior Hiking Trail and once again it handled about 24# without any problems.

The OHM is my main don't leave home without it item. I highly recommend it. On top of that the guys at ULA are a treat to deal with. I am 5-9 and weigh 157#. My pack is a medium and weighs 21-1/2 oz. I did have ULA add one hip pocket to it.

ULA Equipment Ohm


The ULA Equipment Ohm is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 24, 2013 at ULA-Equipment.com.

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