Very rarely I make gear for another people. Just because my production lacks quality and nice look. But some folks like the raw style and ignore little (and significant) flaws. It’s exactly this case.
Owner’s (not customer’s, pack is a gift) photos:
Real color of fabric is a sort of “sewer green”, close to Soviet marsh green.
Shoulder straps are made of cars’ safety belts:
Entrance is badly simplified, with internal “flap” eliminated completely.
I failed to hide straps’ ends, poorly thought the design through, but folded them for much sturdiness.
Internal organization simply didn’t exist, but I plan to add a separate organizer there, on the PALs row.
These two straps on the bottom are both handles and tear-preventeners. (My English is brilliant, didn’t it.)