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Fury 45

Fury 45

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Fury 45

Manufacturer: Russi Mountain Works

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Page By: DBaker

Created/Edited: Jan 24, 2007 / Jan 24, 2007

Object ID: 2030

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The Fury 45 is Russi's “ripped Cadillac” of climbing packs. With an internal stuff collar, it offers the overloading capacity of a top loader in the anatomical shape of a panel loader. It features a stretch fabric helmet holder, stiffened removable crampon pouch, Hypalon tubes for any size ice axe and an internal storm collar. Plus, the ice axe blades hide completely behind the crampon pouch. Its internal storm collar compacts the load so you can overstuff it and zip it closed without the disadvantages of a barrel shaped top loader. The Fury 45 has four external pockets, two bottle holders, a mesh shovel pocket and a zipped organizational pocket. The inside of the pack has three additional pockets. Its performance wishbone waist welt has gear loops and the pack features a stable three point haul system.





Capacity: 3,000 cu. in. / 49 liters
Average weight: 4 lbs. 12 oz
Material: Ballistic nylon
Frame material: Aluminum and HDPE


*Supertough Ballistic fabric with lightweight stretch Spandura

*"Ice Box" removable stiffened crampon box

*Spandura helmet holder

*Contoured Kinetic Back

*Storm proof zippers

*Hydration pocket

*3D Aerospacer mesh back

*Anti-bacterial foam

*Thee internal organizer pockets

*Four external organizer pockets

*Ski slots

*Shovel compression panel

*Front mesh pocket

*Over hip stabilizers

*Oversized top pocket

*Load lifters

*Wishbone Waist Belt



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DBakerRipped Cadillac indeed!

Voted 5/5

This thing is heavy, but it's worth it, as it's practically bulletproof. It has features up the ying yang. I've never found any other pack that has a beaver tail, a helmet holder, ski slots, and is still a panel loader! Additionally, it doesn't HAVE to be a panel loader. It has a spindrift collar that can extend beyond the zipper, complete with a strap to keep it closed, allowing me to over stuff it with that 70m rope I insist on bringing along all too often.
Posted Jan 24, 2007 6:45 pm

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