My latest pack/mouse food fresh off the sewing machine, in the world's greatest colour. 35-45l + 35 mesh. The brief; a fully featured pack for 3 seasons and up to 20kg at a push. Enough capacity to cope with summit camping with large water loads, multiday food load out, that will also carry akin to a 35 litre much smaller pack when the food load and packing regime change as the trip goes on. Plenty of mesh space for shelter, camp footwear, wet kit, poles, CCF mats etc. DSCF4084 by turnerminator, on Flickr This one is a big departure from the usualy packs I've been making lately and a follow on from one I made a few years ago(http://www.trek-lite.com/index.php?threads/myog-frameless-pertex-shield-weekend-pack.785/) from 'scraps' that turned out to carry very well and swallow a huge amount of gear for it's size....a good friend christened it a "Tardis" and the name has stuck. To ensure it lives up to it's name, it does this; DSCF4073 by turnerminator, on Flickr It's full of mods that need testing out with tweaks to existing strap shapes, change of frame, new fabric choice, load lifters, foam sit pad attachment, changed bungee positioning, new hipbelt shape. Mods incorporated; Acetal frame (Delrin) DSCF4049 by turnerminator, on Flickr Tweaked strap shape, highly flared collar. DSCF4047 - Copy by turnerminator, on Flickr Trying out a minimal shock cord pad attachment than also protects the bottom of the pack when stood on the ground; DSCF4048 by turnerminator, on Flickr Copying my winter pack pocket arrangement that works so well; split one side, full length the other, full length front pocket. DSCF4086 by turnerminator, on Flickr Load lifters sewn onto Y-straps; DSCF4080 by turnerminator, on Flickr 110 D Silnylon, double layer back and bottom; DSCF4066 by turnerminator, on Flickr Easy access cinch cord closure on collar, just like the original Mariposa; DSCF4084 by turnerminator, on Flickr Shaped to exactly follow curve of spine for comfort and load transfer. DSCF4071 by turnerminator, on Flickr DSCF4067 by turnerminator, on Flickr 623g fully kitted (removable pad, hipbelt, frame, shock cord. And now to the hills, to test it and get it eaten by a mouse. Thanks for looking.