Adventure Series Fastpack

Hybrid vest-style pack for overnight trailrunning

Following the release of our Trail Running Backpack sewing pattern, your number one request was a larger pack for overnight trips. Sporting an alpine climbing aesthetic and our proven vest-style suspension, the Adventure Series Fastpack aims to please.

Features

Pack Features

  • Modern vestlike suspension with soft flask stretch pockets
  • Flexible frame sheet and dual use foam sit pad
  • Removable webbing hip belt compatible with climbing harness
  • Boobies friendly sternum strap spacing in proven vest design
  • Quick access cinch collar with removable lid pocket
  • Large volume alpine climbing style pack with streamline taper
  • Finished pack measures approx 23" x 10" x 6.5"

Pattern

Downloadable PDF sewing pattern includes

  • Print at home pattern suitable for both Letter and A4 sized paper
  • Large format pattern for 36" roll feed or A0 sized paper
  • Detailed step-by-step sewing instructions with illustrations
  • Custom torso sizing with simple directions and minimal modifications
  • Complete list of materials for a budget build
  • Video sewalong series showing start-to-finish of a fresh build

Two Variations for Shoulder Strap Construction

  • Vest-style straps with soft flask water bottle pockets
  • S-shaped straps with stretch pockets for snacks and InReach
$30

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Fabrics

A sampling of fabrics are listed to spark your imagination. Bold fabrics were used in the video series.

Fabric Panel Options Length (Width)
Pack Bottom 500D Cordura, XPac VX-42, 420d Robic 0.5 yd (54")
Body XPac VX-21 and VX-07,210d Robic, 200D Oxford 0.5 yd (54")
Top Collar 1.9oz Coated Riptop, 100d Robic, Hex 70 0.5 yd (60")
Stretch Pockets Heavy Lycra, Spandura, Duraweave 12 inches (60")

Learn more about technical fabrics, recommendations, and trusted suppliers in our Fabrics Guide
Similar to our Trail Running Pack, the recommended soft flask bottle is the HydraPak UltraFlask 600 ML

Sewalong Tutorials

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