20 Comments on "Falcon 2 and Sabercat Carry for Wilderness Survival, E2E – Equip 2 Endure"

  1. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 7:54 am |

    @20GATE91 , I think it would be about the same, as long as you wear the bag high on your back. The suspenders are also a huge help to the sabercat.
    – Adam

  2. Have you tried wearing the sabercat with the vulture ii? If you have can you try to make a video on it, just as you did with this one?

  3. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 9:28 am |

    Thanks, that an excellent idea.
    – Adam

  4. 1973Grejluder | July 3, 2010 at 9:59 am |

    Try to make some webbing that match the length between the D-Rings on your backpack and down to the D-Rings on the Sabercat.
    With this solution the weight will be moved to a more pleasent/pracitcal place.

  5. 1973Grejluder | July 3, 2010 at 10:38 am |

    Itยดs possible to have the Sabercat infront of you(“bellybag”).Just take some webbing that matching the length from the D-Ring on your backpack(shoulderstraps) and down to the D-Rings on the Sabercat.
    With this solution you carry the Sabercat weight is not on your belly but on your shoulders.
    As a note to this be aware of that too much weight on your shoulders will make the mucles in the neck sore.

  6. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 11:05 am |

    Yeah I think your right about the 5 – 10 day load out in reference to maxpedition size. I can load out my maxpedition falcon and sabercat to go very light for up to 4 – 5 day, but I scraping the bottom in reference to gear. No tent, no sleeping bag, I got a tarp and wool blanket. No change of cloths, just under garments. And I will procure the majority of my water. That’s when you really get down to mult-function items.
    – Adam

  7. I am a huge fan of the Maxpedition products, but to pack a tent, sleeping bag, a thermarest, jetboil, food, etc., for a 5 or 10 days trekking, seems to me they are too small. But I wonder, How would you do it?

    Greetings and ALWAYS prepared!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 11:46 am |

    Hey thanks! Before I added the suspenders I was able to swing it around and use it around front, but it’s a little on the big side for that. I guess if you keep your load small it would work great. Thanks for the comment take care and hope to hear from you soon.
    – Adam

  9. Have you tried using the Sabercat on the front like a “belly bag”? I ask this because if you need to use a larger backpack but still want to carry the Sabercat for small-at-hand things.

    Great videos man!!!!

  10. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 12:45 pm |

    No the suspenders are extra. Sorry Tank, it is a hell of a bag though.
    – Adam

  11. I’m thinking of getting a Sabercat bag, do the suspenders come with the bag or was that an extra add on?

  12. cool

  13. Thanks for the vid man. I have both as well, but no suspenders. Think Ill try to attach the Saber to the Falcon with a quick release of some kind for now. Where did you get those suspenders btw?

  14. Great video response.Thanks for taking the time to do that. I’ve tried this combination before with my Sabercat and ATS Raid. The only trouble with this combination is it makes the Sabercat harder to get to, and it prevents you from lashing a sleeping bag or pad on the bottom of the bag. I would say use the sabercat with a bedroll. It works for me. Good vid.

  15. NemoThePirate | July 3, 2010 at 2:47 pm |

    Great! Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. TubeDeviant | July 3, 2010 at 3:01 pm |

    Looks like a great combination… And you can also add a whole lot of smaller molle pouches if you need to…

  17. PittRules55 | July 3, 2010 at 3:11 pm |

    Great setup!

  18. Equip2Endure | July 3, 2010 at 3:27 pm |

    Yeah, I call it my echelons of carry, just slap on the next level of gear when the situation dictates.
    – Adam

  19. hinckleypoland | July 3, 2010 at 3:53 pm |

    I likey — Valid points 3charter

  20. Thanks Adam…I personally like the idea of “layered” carry and set my gear up accordingly. Great points of reference/size…the review vids are super helpful.

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