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    Backpack with Helmet Carry

    I need some help finding a backpack with helmet carry. Something with 30-ish liters of volume would be perfect. I was looking at the 5.11 Rush 72 but it is a little big for what I need.

    Thank you in advance.
    I am just a regular guy, trying not to screw things up too much.

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    https://cannaeprogear.com/collection...w-helmet-carry

    Curious as to the quality of these packs, but the options and price seem about right.

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    I have two of the Cannae packs and they seem well made. The only thing I don't like about it is the carry handle is on the top flap that zips down instead of the fixed body of the pack but it hasn't caused any problems yet.

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    What kind of helmet and load out in the pack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boy Scout View Post
    What kind of helmet and load out in the pack?
    The Phalanx is a 3 day pack depending on how much you store in the main compartment I've been able to fit a full size motocross helmet in the front. It's a tight squeeze but it fits.

    They use to have the Legion pack with helmet carry which was smaller and can fit a bump helmet.
    I'm not sure if it's just out of stock or discontinued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irondude View Post
    I need some help finding a backpack with helmet carry. Something with 30-ish liters of volume would be perfect. I was looking at the 5.11 Rush 72 but it is a little big for what I need. Thank you in advance.
    More info... What are you doing with the pack, what else are you packing, helmet enclosed or exposed okay, what size/type helmet (climbing, moto, or ballistic), mil or commercial product and look favored, etc.
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    I would call the guys at First Spear and see if their Comms Pack would fit what you need. It is by far my favorite pack of its size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    More info... What are you doing with the pack, what else are you packing, helmet enclosed or exposed okay, what size/type helmet (climbing, moto, or ballistic), mil or commercial product and look favored, etc.
    Helmet is a Team Wendy Carbon bump helmet. Other gear would include 24 hours of food, hydration bladder, PVS 30, rain or cold weather, and a few other essentials. I think 30L would be plenty big enough.

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by sndt1319 View Post
    I would call the guys at First Spear and see if their Comms Pack would fit what you need. It is by far my favorite pack of its size.
    Good call, I totally forgot about First Spear. I did look at the Exigent Circumstances Pack last year, It is a bit small for my needs, the Comm Pack looks promising
    I am just a regular guy, trying not to screw things up too much.

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    When I got in to caving for awhile I would carry a Petzl helmet on the outside of a Camelbak HAWG by weaving shock cord through the PALS to form a snuggable cargo net to stick the helmet in coming and going.

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    That is a great idea.
    I am just a regular guy, trying not to screw things up too much.

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