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Discussion in 'DIY and Traditional crafts' started by Dreadhead, Dec 30, 2017.
Awesome as always with your work, love the fine details to a very practical bit of kit.
Empty it weights around a kilo. surprisingly light
It's stronger than you think, I use it for buckles and clasps all the time. I'll be testing my packs out more over the next year to see how the buckles hold up
That is absolutely stunning work!
Just a thought. Wouldn’t it be great to get a New Year’s Eve post every year to see how the packs doing. I think you’ll have a task for life Hamish
Great idea, will look even more stunning as the leather 'weathers' over the years.
Absolutely beautiful. The best things always seem to come out of Scotland
I don't know, it's kind of ugly. I think you send it me while you make something truly beautiful...
In seriousness, it is truly a beautiful ruck! Have you though about maybe adding a small wooden frame?
I'll not argue with that
I made a wooden fold out chair frame for this pack: https://bushcraftuk.com/community/index.php?threads/leather-rucksack.147019/
But i'm happy keeping this second pack lighter for shorter trips. for now anyway or perhaps i'll just make another!
Woooowww, absolutely fantastic work of art.
takk skal du ha
Almost a year on and I can't fault this pack
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It's now got character...great piece of kit.
You've got some skills
A thing of beauty
Outstanding skill. Thank you for sharing
It's aging well. Can't wait to see the pictures next year
Class, as always Hamish.
Can you make a vegan version?