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82ndreddevil
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Aug-10-13, 
11:02 AM (MST)
"Question on badlands ox"

First off, does anyone else feel like the frame does not ride well? Once I put some weight on it the thing rides down to my buttocks. The load lifting straps do not seem to help. It seems the issue has more to do with not being able to adjust the waist strap up or down according to the size of each individual as you would see in a First Acsent, Gregory, or Osprey.
Second, what are the two orange straps between the pad and fram for? I am not talking about the meat carrier. Are those orange straps for an adjustment?
I just want to know I'd anyone else shares my point of view or if they have found a way to make it work.

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Aug-31-13, 
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1. "RE: Question on badlands ox"

The answer to your Second question should actually help with the issue of your First....Those "Orange Straps" are to adjust for your torso length. This is what makes it so the pack will ride on your hips where it belongs.

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