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ATS Frame Sheet Insert
ATS Frame Sheet Insert
Eagle AIII Pack Frame


 

BLUF: Support your back on those long hauls.

List Price: $19.99
Our Price: $17.99

Stock Status: In Stock
Product Code: ATS.513
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ATS Frame Sheet Insert

The Frame Sheet Insert was designed specifically to fit the RAID and Cobra packs, but will also fit packs of the Eagle A-III size. It is made from a sheet of HDPE, bound with edge tape, and with an aluminum stay in the middle to keep it rigid.

18 1/4" tall x 13.5" wide (at widest point)
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Great addition to a great pack August 14, 2018
Reviewer: R  
The ATS Raid pack is one of the best packs on the market. Whether the original or RAID II, this is a must have add on.

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New piece for old pack October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Jeffrey Smith from Murphy, TX United States  
I've had my old school Lightfighter RAID since they first hit the market, and love it. It has more air miles than most people. The frame sheet takes it to another level, providing the right amount of rigidity without stiffness to make it an even better bag. I wish I had ordered it ten years ago. I would recommend this to anyone who owns a RAID.

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ATS FRAMESHEET October 7, 2015
Reviewer: john barbour from Cedar Park, TX United States  
A tight fit in a London Bridge 1547-A, but what a difference it makes; especially under load.

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Ok. October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Sweden  
It works.

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Easy to Mod October 7, 2015
Reviewer: Timothy Harper from Walla Walla , WA United States  
This frame sheet is easy to modify by trimming the edges. You have to remove the binding to do it, but it can be sewn back on or you can cover the edges with tape or sand them smooth. The aluminum stay can also be removed and bent to fit the curve in your back and then reinserted.

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