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Old 02-13-2008, 09:06 AM
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Default Re: Float Tubes - The Good, Bad, and Ugly

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Originally Posted by ezamora View Post
that discovery trekker seems cool. i just wish a manufacturer would combine a backpack of some sort with the method used to carry the contraption for an overnight or two hike to distant lakes... or does someone?

eric
fresno, ca.
Eric, my Fat Cat Deluxe has D rings on the bottom to accept padded shoulder straps. They work great, the catch is it has to be at least mostly inflated (or your carrying a big clumsy blob) making it a bit cumbersome on trails with limited clearances.
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