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Predator 30 - Karrimorsf


CODE: M0507-


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The Karrimor SF Predator 30 is a lightweight and extremly effective day sack. The Predator 30 includes modular webbing which allows a wide range of pouches to be attached.

Longer items such as skis can also be carried on the sides of the pack. Includes elasticated side pockets and a zipped lid compartment.

The Predator 30 pack is ideal for both short patrols and with the addition of modular pouches for longer ventures.

Fabric KS60-RS

KS60-RS is a 600 Denier polyester fabric with a Silicone/PU elastomer coating that gives excellent tear and abrasion resistance with the benefit of being lighter in weight. The fabric is finished with a durable water repellent (DWR). Multicam and other camouflage models are manufactured from500D Infra-Red Reflective (IRR) fabric.


Height 52cm
Width  30cm
Depth 21cm

Weight 1.3kg

Karrimor SF Predator 30 Dimensions

Used by - UK Armed Forces, Specialist Police Units, Montain Rescue and Bushcraft enthusiasts plus many more.




● Coolmesh back system (With sewn ventilation channels)
● S-shaped shoulder harness (Fits your torso perfectly, maintaining balance)
● Sternum strap (Removable & adjustable with buckle)
● One main compartment
● Stuff pockets
● Shock cord carry system
● Twin ice axe holders
● Ski guides
● Reinforced lid and base
● Rotproof thread
● Reinforced with bartacks
● Durable water repellent (DWR)
● YKK zips



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A civilian reviews the Karrimor SF Predator 30...

I needed to replace my old day sack—worn out after many years of use—and looked, as before, at military packs; I have found these more robust, more flexible, and less garish than civilian fashion rucksacks.

I finally chose the Predator 30 and am very happy with my choice. I use the pack for hiking, shopping, and walking the dog(!)

What do I like about the Predator?

It is very solidly made, from heavy-duty fabric, and is very well manufactured. All the stitching is strong and even, and has multiple-stitching in regions taking stress. This pack should last a very long time.

The shoulder straps are widely spaced, and the straps relatively straight, fitting me perfectly. The straps are padded with thin relatively firm foam, and the back with softer material. I find this pack very comfortable, much better than the comparable packs I tried (from other manufacturers), which had closely spaced straps that dug into my shoulders.

The hip belt buckle can be offset to one side, ideal for me as I put the retractable dog lead through the front of the hip belt when dog walking. The belt rides relatively high, but this is an advantage as it makes jacket and trouser pockets more accessible.

The lack of protruding side pockets gives me full freedom of arm movement, making it possible to use the small lower elasticated pockets without taking the pack off. By the way, these pockets have drainage holes at the bottom and shouldn't be used for things like small change!

The side compression straps are equipped with side release buckles, unlike many packs. I have fitted matching buckles to my old pair of detachable side pockets, enabling me to quickly clip the pockets onto the Predator without even having to adjust any strap lengths; unclip the compression straps, clip in the pockets.

Perhaps most impressive are the very simple things that show good design. Here are some examples:
(1) the ice-axe loops (at the bottom of the pack) are formed from the main straps, by running through a buckle, rather than being sewn. This allows you to adjust the size of the loops, even down to nothing, if you want.
(2) the top loops for the ice-axes are simple elasticated cord loops, with cord grips, rather than sewn-in buckles. Easy to adjust, easy to remove or reposition.
(3) the side compression straps have short plastic stiffeners over the last couple of inches. This makes them easy to roll up (to shorten them), and the resulting rolls can be stuck in the Molle loops, keeping things tidy.
(4) small ports for hydration tubes, at the top of the pack
(5) a clip for a hydration tube on the left strap
(6) D-rings on the shoulder straps (for compass lanyards etc.); I've had to add these myself on my previous packs.
(7) Exposed webbing on the hip belt and shoulder straps, making it easy to add pouches for cameras and mobile phone.

Downsides to this pack? I haven't found any so far!

Ian, Warminster.

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