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OVERVIEW

The Scout represents an exceptional value in a lightweight system. It has a low profile single bladder with an elastic retractor, and a elastic waist closure.

The weight system consists of two rear mounted pockets with a touch fastener release and a 20-LB maximum total weight capacity.

The Scout is Zeagle’s lightest and most compact BC, and is ideal for a basic travel system with minimum weight and bulk.


FEATURES

  • 24-lb lift capacity low profile bladder made of 1000 denier fabric, with elastic retractor
  • Two zippered utility pockets
  • 2 Stainless D-rings on the vest, 2 on the shoulders
  • Adjustable Sternum Strap
  • 16 lb capacity rear mount weight system
  • Adjustable elastic waist panels
  • 5 Stainless Steel D-rings
  • Adjustable Sternum Strap
  • 30-lb capacity Ripcord weight system
  • 16-lb Capacity rear mount weight system
  • Dry Weight: 6.9lbs


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