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Rather than clutter my other thread with 2 different topics and possible make it really confusing, I opted to start another for contents of your backpack. What do you carry or plan on carrying in your pack.

Don't worry about whether others think it's wrong, too much, or not enough. Just list what it is or what you plan on it being.
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I want to find a nice backpack this summer. my dukes of hazard one is getting a little taddered.

i want one to carry water, brauts/buns, lighters and some fire starter chips, small saw, rope, first aid kit, small tool pouch, tooth brush, toilet paper, rubber bans and paper clips. duct tape, towel and hand sanitizer, socks/underwear (you never know) compass and note pad with pen a pen with the little string to the note pad not just any pen. lens cleaner wipes, balaclava, baseball hat, mittens, a kitten, some gas line(at todays prices i can siphone gas cheaper than buy it). that would be a good start.
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A handle of captain morgan and a playboy. Oh, and some kleenex.

How's that for intelligent you prick?
LMFAO..... I would expect nothing less from you IBS.......

Now you wanna post your asswipe answer ?
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I want to find a nice backpack this summer. my dukes of hazard one is getting a little taddered.

i want one to carry water, brauts/buns, lighters and some fire starter chips, small saw, rope, first aid kit, small tool pouch, tooth brush, toilet paper, rubber bans and paper clips. duct tape, towel and hand sanitizer, socks/underwear (you never know) compass and note pad with pen a pen with the little string to the note pad not just any pen. lens cleaner wipes, balaclava, baseball hat, mittens, a kitten, some gas line(at todays prices i can siphone gas cheaper than buy it). that would be a good start.
Good list, I'm a bit confused on how the pussy in your backpack will help, but hey it's there.

If your bringing brats/buns, I'm riding with you. A muffpot will cook them up just fine and both my sleds have one. Nothing like hot brats while out sledding.

(keep IBS away, he'll think they're dicks and ruin the whole picnic.)
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This is funny, after last night I expected a really cool intelligent answer from IBS and always expect a prank answer from Madcow. Turns out exactly opposite. Guess it's really summer.

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I like kittens!

riley got me hooked on making a campfire and cooking brauts! heck one time we did it in 45 degree down poor thunderstorms while sledding. we got totally soaked, then the sun came out for about an hour, just enough to dry us off and get a fire going, didnt finish all of the brauts when it rained again. good times!!
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OK I'll go ahead and post up what I carry in every ride. I guess by some standards it's alot, but I always have whatever I might need.

Snowmobile Survival Kit

Bottom of bag to top sequence

1.) 1 lightweight poly fleece blanket covered on 1 side with 3 mil plastic tarp (emerg. sleeping bag)
2.) Spare clothes in vacuum bag
a. 1 spare pair of sweat pants
b. 1 spare heavy shirt
c. 2 pairs spare socks
3.) Emergency Food (in vacuum bag)
a. 2 days freeze dried meals for 2 ( 6 meals total)
b. 4 teabags
c. 6 single serve energy drink mixes
d. 6 bouillon cubes (beef)
e. 5 energy bars
f. Assorted hard candies
g. 2 packets water purification tabs
h. 2 plastic/vinyl “sporks”(spoon/fork)
(Both of my sleds have "Muff-Pots which can double for cooking on fire)
4.) Spare folding saw
5.) 2 Sterno fuel cans
6.) 2 4”x1” candles
7.) 4 glowsticks
8.) Small roll duct tape
9.) Small spool wire
10.) 50’ 3/16” cord(rope)

From here things are placed toward top where room allows, some goes in outer pockets.

11.) 2 Bic lighters
12.) 1 waterproof matches container filled
13.) 2 emergency firestarter stics
14.) Extra pair lightweight gloves
15.) Extra pair heavy gloves
16.) 1 pair glove liners
17.) Small LED flashlight
18.) Spare batteries for beacon/GPS
19.) Sunblock
20.) 1st Aid Kit (simple, as complete as possible without being huge, think of what could go wrong and cover it)(outside pocket)
21.) Any specific medications you need on daily basis (2 days doses minimum)
22.) 2 “Space Blankets”
23.) SnoBunje Emergency Kit (tube with various small amounts of needed items)(in tunnel bag)
24.) Hand-warmer Packets (outer pockets and tunnel bag)
25.) Folding Multi-tool


Outside on Pack

Shovel w/saw in handle
Probe
30’ coil of ½” elastic type rope


Really anything reasonable you don’t want to spend the night without. You hope none of this is ever used, but if you need it, you’ll be glad it’s packed.

In my tunnel bag, in addition to the above items placed in there, all of my intended food for the day, snacks, drinks for the daytrip are placed. Also extra goggles in bag, small tool kit, whatever might be accessed often.

Handlebar bag carries both of my cameras, extra cigarettes, extra lighters, GPS, maps, and usually at least 1 drink.

My mp3 player, cell phone, skull cap, cigarettes, lighter, pocket knife, spare baklava, and other small items are in my jacket/bibs.

3 to 5 gallons of spare fuel, extra plugs, extra belts, Snobunges (Rattler & Cobra), rope, and small bottle of oil are carried on tunnel and throughout sled. (I’m adding the Snobunge small block and tackle next season)


Seems like a lot, but again it’s better to have and not need than to need and not have.
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OK I'll go ahead and post up what I carry in every ride. I guess by some standards it's alot, but I always have whatever I might need.

Snowmobile Survival Kit

Bottom of bag to top sequence

1.) 1 lightweight poly fleece blanket covered on 1 side with 3 mil plastic tarp (emerg. sleeping bag)
2.) Spare clothes in vacuum bag
a. 1 spare pair of sweat pants
b. 1 spare heavy shirt
c. 2 pairs spare socks
3.) Emergency Food (in vacuum bag)
a. 2 days freeze dried meals for 2 ( 6 meals total)
b. 4 teabags
c. 6 single serve energy drink mixes
d. 6 bouillon cubes (beef)
e. 5 energy bars
f. Assorted hard candies
g. 2 packets water purification tabs
h. 2 plastic/vinyl “sporks”(spoon/fork)
(Both of my sleds have "Muff-Pots which can double for cooking on fire)
4.) Spare folding saw
5.) 2 Sterno fuel cans
6.) 2 4”x1” candles
7.) 4 glowsticks
8.) Small roll duct tape
9.) Small spool wire
10.) 50’ 3/16” cord(rope)

From here things are placed toward top where room allows, some goes in outer pockets.

11.) 2 Bic lighters
12.) 1 waterproof matches container filled
13.) 2 emergency firestarter stics
14.) Extra pair lightweight gloves
15.) Extra pair heavy gloves
16.) 1 pair glove liners
17.) Small LED flashlight
18.) Spare batteries for beacon/GPS
19.) Sunblock
20.) 1st Aid Kit (simple, as complete as possible without being huge, think of what could go wrong and cover it)(outside pocket)
21.) Any specific medications you need on daily basis (2 days doses minimum)
22.) 2 “Space Blankets”
23.) SnoBunje Emergency Kit (tube with various small amounts of needed items)(in tunnel bag)
24.) Hand-warmer Packets (outer pockets and tunnel bag)
25.) Folding Multi-tool


Outside on Pack

Shovel w/saw in handle
Probe
30’ coil of ½” elastic type rope


Really anything reasonable you don’t want to spend the night without. You hope none of this is ever used, but if you need it, you’ll be glad it’s packed.

In my tunnel bag, in addition to the above items placed in there, all of my intended food for the day, snacks, drinks for the daytrip are placed. Also extra goggles in bag, small tool kit, whatever might be accessed often.

Handlebar bag carries both of my cameras, extra cigarettes, extra lighters, GPS, maps, and usually at least 1 drink.

My mp3 player, cell phone, skull cap, cigarettes, lighter, pocket knife, spare baklava, and other small items are in my jacket/bibs.

3 to 5 gallons of spare fuel, extra plugs, extra belts, Snobunges (Rattler & Cobra), rope, and small bottle of oil are carried on tunnel and throughout sled. (I’m adding the Snobunge small block and tackle next season)


Seems like a lot, but again it’s better to have and not need than to need and not have.
I'd like to see a picture of this pack and I also wonder how you ride with all that gear?
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no wonder you are tired at the end of the day. you have 40 lbs of extra stuff.

on them long tracks dont you have enough bare tunnel to strap that sack to the tunnel?
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I'm just gonna ride with Vertical Escape from now on. He can be the pack mule and save me if I need it.

I like to bring a roll of toilet paper (the good stuff.)

Granola bars and dried fruit (organic vegan varieties of course.)

Couple quarts of Lemonade flavor Gatorade and a Nalgene full of water.

Compass.

Spare gloves.

I usually forget everything else, so really, what's the point of having it??
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no wonder you are tired at the end of the day. you have 40 lbs of extra stuff.

on them long tracks dont you have enough bare tunnel to strap that sack to the tunnel?
Pack weights in at 29 lbs filled, we (Jason & I) weighed them. His weighs in at 31 lbs.

On a 151 /159 there's plenty of room. Fits gas can and tunnel bag no problem.

159 with gas, tunnel bag, and backpack clearly shown. This was early in season, pack wasn't full
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Keep in mind, all of the items are compact, lightweight stuff. My wife got me started packing most of it in vacuum food bags to compress it even more.
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I'm just gonna ride with Vertical Escape from now on. He can be the pack mule and save me if I need it.

I like to bring a roll of toilet paper (the good stuff.)

Granola bars and dried fruit (organic vegan varieties of course.)

Couple quarts of Lemonade flavor Gatorade and a Nalgene full of water.

Compass.

Spare gloves.

I usually forget everything else, so really, what's the point of having it??


Hey I forgot toilet paper, real men just grab a handle of snow anyway. (Jking)

I'll admit I carry a lot of shit that never gets used. Remember though, where we ride we can be up to 20-30 miles back into mountains. IF we have to spend the night for whatever reason, we've got everything we need to do so.

We toyed with the idea of doing a planned overniter in the backcountry, fortunately I talked Jason out of that idea. I'll stay, but only if it's the only way.

I honestly hope most of the stuff I carry never gets used. But I'll have it if needed.
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I'm definitely doing an overnighter in the backcountry next year. I'll probably do it on sled first, and then try it on skis.
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I'm definitely doing an overnighter in the backcountry next year. I'll probably do it on sled first, and then try it on skis.
With that said, are you going to do it only carrying in what you posted above, or are you going in with what you might need for overnite ??


We go in every ride as if we may have to spend night.
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I'll add a shovel, sleeping pad and bag, stove, and another roll of toilet paper to the above list.
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But you will add to it. And I'd be willing to bet after that stay, you'll add the next time.

Understand, there's nothing wrong in taking more/less than I have listed. That's the beauty of individuality, we all think different.

As for your comment above about riding with me, you'll notice in list above that meals are for 2 people, I carry enough to feed us both, come on out.
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I'm just joshing. I take all kinds of stuff along. It depends on the situation. If I'm alone, I'll bring all kinds of stuff to spend the night. If the weather is good, and I'm with a group, I'll take less stuff.
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no wonder you are tired at the end of the day. you have 40 lbs of extra stuff.

on them long tracks dont you have enough bare tunnel to strap that sack to the tunnel?

This is how you make room to pack extra stuff onto your tunnel. Get rid of that good for nothin seat
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Nobody had any Beer in there packs, where are your priorities
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Wow, so I guess nobody else carrys a pack huh ?
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assumeing next year i am snowmobiling I wouldnt mind getting a small backpack. just for food/water and tools.
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assumeing next year i am snowmobiling I wouldnt mind getting a small backpack. just for food/water and tools.
I'd go with larger size and bitch if I had room to spare. Bigger is sometimes better.
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Originally Posted by Polaris1man View Post
Nobody had any Beer in there packs, where are your priorities
I'm thinking beer probably won't make it high on my list. Hard to live long on beer and nutz. Been there, did that.

Seriously, I don't drink, so it'd kinda be a waste.
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