Fulcrum (Bag Only) | Kifaru International

Fulcrum (Bag Only)

$406.00$466.00

(8 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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FULCRUM

Functional, versatile and durable are just a few words that describe the Fulcrum, but here at Kifaru we just like to call it a kick ass Extended Mission Pack! The base design for the Fulcrum is very simple; deliver a pack with the ability to expand to 7,800+ ci, but also transform into a sleek and functional daypack when needed. We were able to accomplish this by adding a full length center zipper to the main bag, and also add 900 ci wings to each side. The options of the Fulcrum allow for quick access, mass expansion and/or compression and the versatility that is rivaled by no other large pack on the market today.

FULCRUM SPECS:
Fabric: 500d DWR Coated Cordura
Volume: 7,800ci / 128 liters
Weight: 3.4 lbs / 1.5kg (bag only)
– 6,000ci / 98 liter main bag (with two K-clip compression straps) 45″ / 114cm upper circumference, 43″ / 109cm lower circumference, 34″ / 86cm tall
– Two 900ci/15liter full length center zip pockets (19″/48cm tall x 7″/18cm wide x 6″/15cm deep with three sewn in compression straps)
– Two full length slot pockets made of 4-way stretch material (19″/48cm tall x 7″/18cm wide)
Access: Top & Full front
– Built in meat shelf
– Internal water bladder sleeve with hang loop
– Chamber pocket
– Accepts all Dock & Lock, and Lock & Load pockets
– Mounts to all Kifaru Duplex Frames (sold as bag only)
– Ample PALS Matrix on the exterior, allows pockets to be added wherever extra organization/volume is needed

 

8 reviews for Fulcrum (Bag Only)

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  1. Mike

    Great bag for deploying/NTC, etc., especially when limited on what you can bring. The full zip main area is great rather than having to feel around for the items you need when fully loaded. Highly reccomend stuff sacks/pockets to organize your gear- that made everything super easy to locate. Once I arrived, the versatility of the pack made it nice to downsize for trips- overall a good bag.

    This paired with the frame made it a bit pricey. I also wish that Kifaru still had the option for multi-cam frame. I also miss the PALS that were all over other discontinued bags (Pointman, etc.).

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  2. Joshua Chadd

    I have been a guide in Alaska for over 9 years and I’ve worn five different name brand packs and Kifaru is the only one I would give my full recommendation too. They have the best weight to durability ratio and the company really stands behind their product, which is extremely important to me.
    As bags go, this is my favorite one they make. It can go from holding 10-20 lbs of day gear to hauling around a 130+ brown bear hide or 140+ lbs of moose meat, no problem. The way this pack can expand or cinch down is a key feature in why I love it so much plus the huge main pocket! I have yet to find something that I can’t pack in this bag!
    This paired with the tactical frame is my go to for when I head up to Alaska for three months to chase dall sheep, moose, and brown bear! It definitely has my stamp of approval (for what that’s worth)!

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  3. Anonymous

    This bag is super functional. Great for any situation you put yourself into. I’ve only owned it for a year but love it. I have a 26” hunting frame maybe could go to a 24” but I like the extra height when loading up heavy with meat and packing out. From heavy loads to light loads this bag can do it all. So far I’ve packed two buck deer and six bull elk with the fulcrum and no complaints at all. I was really impressed with how a light load can still be functional with the bag. Throwing a spotting scope, tri-pod, a snack and some water and still being able to find everything quick and being able to fit it tight and snug on your bag. So far love it will never buy another bag cause there’s no need to.

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  4. Paul Whitwell

    I went back and forth between this bag and another competitors. Finally pulled the trigger on this bag and never looked back. Just returned from a six day backcountry elk hunt here in Idaho and couldn’t be happier with my purchase. The Fulcrum cinches down to a day pack size or expands to haul more meat than one man should be able to handle. Don’t settle! The Kifaru Fulcrum will do whatever you ask of it and will last a lifetime!

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  5. Anonymous

    I used this pack with the tactical frame and suspension on a field operation that lasted two weeks. On initial infill my teams average ruck load out was about 125lbs. My ruck weight was sitting at 132lbs our infil ended up being a touch over 24 kilometers and the movement took us over 8 hours to complete. Let me tell you it was a long time to have that amount of weight on your back. A lot of my team members were running the tactical tailor malice pack others were running with the mystery ranch and a couple poor souls were using the molle ruck. The Kifaru definitely out preformed the other packs and carried the load a lot more comfortably. The frame did a great job keeping the weight anchored to my hips and not on my shoulders. During the operation I could access mission essential gear easily thanks to the full length zipper. The pack definitely exceeded my expectations. I hope that in the near future Kifaru looks is into designing a pack that is jump-able for airborne and halo operations.

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