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Ursack Bear Bag: Long Term Gear Review

Ursack Bear Bag in a Tree, New Hampshire I’ve owned an Ursack bear bag for 4 or 5 years now and I still use it on a regular basis. If you’re not familiar with them, they’re bear bags with made out of kevlar fabric, the same stuff that bullet proof …

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A Bear’s Sense of Smell

Bear

If someone were to ask you, “how does a bear smell,” you could answer in two ways. Bears smell real bad – or so I’m told – or bears smell exceptionally well, as I discuss below. Bears are thought to have the best sense of smell of any animal on …

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Ursalite Bear Bag System

The Ursalite bear bag system is only available at the BackPackingLight.com store. It weighs just under 3 oz and I tried it out on an Autumn hike last fall in the Pharoh Lakes section of the Adirondacks. The Ursalite system (shown above) is unrelated the kevlar Ursack I reviewed a …

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Ursack Bear Bag

Ursack Bearproof Bag hanging from a tree. There's no need to hang it 10 feet off the ground and 5 feet from a tree trunk because the bag is made out of super strong fabric.

Ursack is a company that specializes in the manufacture of bear bags made of bullet proof fabric that are far lighter than rigid bear canisters. Weighing only 7.5 oz, the TKO (since renamed the A29 All White) sounded like it was worth trying out and I took it on a …

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