Bacon 2.0 Pack
- Hydration Ready
- Packs Into Pocket
There's definitely no fat in this Bacon. The original was a mere 650g, but our guides wanted to trim it even further. Introducing the Bacon 2.0. With narrower webbing, smaller hardware, and new 400D soft nylon diamond ripstop fabric, it weighs in at a wraith-like 550g. Guide-built with the Bacon's signature web skeleton—the secret to its ability to stabilize loads with such a light body. Two straps of continuous, 15mm nylon webbing start in the top lid, run down the front of the pack, then tie into the side compression/load stabilizer. The webbing gives a better structure without tension, and when the side load stabilizers are tensioned, it acts on the entire pack, pulling the load in closer. So instead of a loose noodle struggling to hold a considerable load, you have a pack that can actually be useful when carrying larger, heavier gear because the web skeleton keeps the gear secure and stable.
- Retractable Tool Loops: Attachment points for holster poles or axes
- Ski-Carry System: Securely holsters skis when boot-packing in A-frame style
- Crampon panel: Lash on for easy access
- Perforated Thermo-formed EVA Back panel: Breathable cushioning prevents overheating
- Load Lifters: Quickly balance loads
- Hydration Compatible: Internal sleeve and port (bladder not included)
- Packs into own Zip Pocket: Crams easily into corner of pack or duffel
- Removable waist belt: Shed excess weight when shaving ounces is critical
- 22.5"H x 10"W x 7"D
- 400-denier Soft Nylon Diamond Ripstop with a metallic polyurethane coating
- Yes, I recommend this productTORNADO TODD | Verified userGender MaleHeight 6'3"TypeActivityClimbingProsConsI think water will get in holes near belt, & in zippers.Jul 8, 2019
Light! Intelligent materials & components, handsome. I'm ~6'3" and wd like a taller size option, that cd utilize the belt better. *E.B. shd list recommended height range in backpack descriptions. The venting hole-riddled shoulder straps and back are well-conceived for lightness, comfort, and cooling. *I'll likely return mine because I fret about the HOLES on the sides, a few inches up from the bottom—wh I worry wd require a bilge pump in a deluge. (Previous Bacon had even larger holes.) The zippers also appear to be water-permeable. *Side note: I wish EB wd make more backpacks & outerwear w More coloring Options which are more visible at night, and in blizzards & on a wet street.
- hiker, climber, mountaineer | Verified userGender MaleHeight 5'11"Type RegularActivityHikingPros compackable, thicker shoulder strapsCons poor quality for serious back country, smaller than previous versionFitness meter label is moderately smallFit:SmallLargeBacon 2.o packSep 15, 2018
i bought the 2.0 to replace my old bacon pack which the chest strap buckle broke. i could not get a replacement buckle so had to either buy the new pack or replace the strap and buckle myself. be careful about the warranty! since i bought the old pack on sale, i had to pay full price for the replacement! that wasn't all that clear until the time came to buy the new one. the pack is great if you don't use it as much as i do. 2-3 times a week with up to 25 lbs. the straps wear out pretty fast. i probably will not buy another when this one dies. the durability is not the best. for occasional users it's great. for frequent users, something more durable is worth looking into. most of my friends are avid hikers, campers, etc, so because of that i am saying i would not recommend this. again, for casual users it's a good buy. everything is relative no?
- Yes, I recommend this productAl | Verified userGender MaleHeight 5'6"Type RegularActivityLeisureProsConsFitness meter label is true to sizeFit:SmallLargeBottom StrapsAug 19, 2018
What are the loops at the bottom of the pack used for?