Nomad 2 | Kifaru International

Nomad 2


(4 customer reviews)
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We sew our products in batches and therefore may not have all colors in stock at one time. We sew and assemble shoulder straps and waistbelts on each pack to fit the measurements provided by you, our valued customers, to ensure consistent high quality. Thus, nothing usually ships immediately, but is well worth the wait.

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Nomad 2

Designed as a truly functional day pack with full seven day expedition capabilities and endless options in between. We feel the Kifaru Nomad will revolutionize the mountaineering pack community. The base Nomad is best suited for day gear, spotting scopes, tripods, etc. Add the Guide, Native, and 55 liter dry sack to expand the Nomads capacity for multi day excursions. The addition of our Grab-It II or Cargo Net, allows the Nomad to haul bulky gear in to camp, like Tree Stands, and also allows you to haul out as much meat as you can carry.

Fabric: 500d DWR coated cordura
Dimensions: From 19″ / 48cm tall x 11″ / 28cm wide (wings closed) to 27″ / 68cm wide (wings fully extended)
Weight: 2lbs 4oz / 1.02kg
– Water resistant zippers
– Attaches to all Kifaru frames
– Bag Only – Duplex Frame required for complete pack

On the wings:
– Two 900ci / 15liter full length center zip pockets (19″ / 48cm tall x 7″ / 18cm wide x 6″ / 15cm deep)
– Two full length slot pockets made of 4-way stretch material (19″ / 48cm tall x 7″ / 18cm wide)
– Three removable compression straps allowing for wing enclosure without compressing internal contents

Between the wings (16″ / 41cm tall x 11″ / 28cm wide)
– Full PALS grid – 8 rows
– Attachment points for the Grab-It II and Native
– 2 K-clip compression straps can be run over the wings or between the wings
– Attachment point for modified rifle carrying system/gun scabbard


4 reviews for Nomad 2

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  1. Paul Cormany (verified owner)

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    Best pack ever. Easy to load up as much meat as you can carry plus your gear.

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  2. Tim

    The Nomad 2 with a Grab-it and a Camp Bag works exactly as envisioned. The Camp bag allows my complete camp to be dropped–protected and fairly weatherproof–or left at the truck. The wings have enough room for my spotter and tripod as well as the daily essentials for hunting including a puffy and light rain gear. A Gunbearer in the back keeps my LR rifle protected by the wings and allows a reasonably fast deployment. I added two accessory pouches to the Pals. One has my emergency gear that is always with me and my kill kit. The other has my shooting gear–ammo, rear bag, Kestrel, ear pro, etc. Boned meat or quarters are strapped to the frame with the Camp Bag over them. There are lighter options but the flexibility of this arrangement is amazing!

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  3. Joshua

    Carried ~ 45lbs of bulky gear (including 8-man tipi) better than any other bag I’ve tried would have. It’s definitely built for weight. Shoulder pads are kinda stiff, but figure it’ll break in. Super customizable: I got the bottom flap thing (forgot the name) and guide lid, then just assembled all the gear and strapped it down. Hip belt pocket and bottle holder too. They all play well together.

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  4. Anonymous

    I borrowed an original nomad from a friend for my elk hunt last year. I loved the idea of the pack, but I didn’t love the execution. I was pleasantly surprised when I called kifaru to order a pack to hear that they had fixed both of my complaints. I haven’t hunted with this specific pack but I’ve taken it on four training hikes so far and the new zippers on the pockets and extra straps solved my issues from last year. That or the addition of the grab it. Does the trick of holding the pack in place after you drop your dry bag or camp bag.

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