Klim Scramble Pak

Klim Scramble Pak - Black
Klim Scramble Pak

Rating 3.42 of 5 (3Reviews)
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Rating 3.42 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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Klim Scramble Pak

Main Compartment Features:
  • 1” elastic loop tool organization
  • Zippered map sleeve
  • Zippered mesh pocket
  • 2 zippered hip pockets with internal mesh gathered pocket
  • Quilted airmesh padding
  • Reflective hits
  • Oversized webbing on waist belt
  • 4" deep x 10" wide x 6" tall
  • Item # 29541
  • SKU #268054
  • Mfr. Part # 4011-000-000

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Klim Scramble Pack

I have had a few different packs over the years, I think I will be calling this one my favorite. I like the padding and everything has its place. And as ususal Motorcycle Superstore leaves you wondering how they manage to ship things so fast. God Bless America.

Doug - January 08, 2013

(Strafford, MO)
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good deal once a small mod was done

this is a good piece of gear once i lengthened the strap a few inches as when wearing my chest/ back protection and riding jacket , it had no adjust ability on it

jim - June 26, 2012

(victoria, BC)
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Not Worth the Money!

This bag is way overpriced for what you get! There is no adjustability with the straps, unless you devise a better system, and it flops around when Trail riding. I think that I will stick with my small backpack, with the water bladder (Osprey 100 oz.). At least I can cinch down the straps for a firm support.

Ranger - February 07, 2013

(N.California, CA)
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