Cargo Net | Kifaru International

Cargo Net


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Cargo Net

The Cargo Net was originally designed to be used with the Nomad for shed hunting, but after getting it out to our test staff, we soon found out that it works well for just about anything. With Camp Bag and Guide Lid attached, you can use the Cargo Net for a very versatile and light weight multi-day pack that will convert into a very sleek and low profile daypack as well.

Cargo Net Specs
Weight: 13oz / .36kg
Dimensions: 60″ max horizontal width x 47″ max height (compression straps fully extended)
8″ wide x 16″ tall main web grid

Ships with:
– 10 male Auto Lock Buckles
– 10 slotted Female Buckles
– 4 K-Clips
– 10 pieces of one-wrap velcro
Compatible with: All current and older model frames, frame packs and wraptech plus packs. (not included)

2 reviews for Cargo Net

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  1. CoonDog

    I have one of these for using with my 26” hunting frame (gen 2). I bought it to use to pack tires up and out of the valleys in local forest service land as a preseason workout while accomplishing some good. It’s also amazing for preseason workouts. I have a 50# bag of dog food wrapped in duct tape that I use as a weight pill and hold it with the cargo net. Perfect for rucking, and it holds it snugly without any slop or movement. It’s gonna get a lot of use this whitetail season packing stands and ladder sticks.

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  2. Joseph Nixon

    This is a lightweight, versatile piece of kit. Currently I have this set up to grapple my Kifaru Ultralight mega pouch (with three days worth of food stuffed inside) to my drybag strapped to my pack frame. When I reach camp, I will remove the dry bag containing all my gear and keep the cargo net attached to my frame to handle awkward and bulky loads, such as when I gather firewood or whatever. Thanks for another piece of awesome gear Kifaru!

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