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FRAMESHEET The CHIEF frame is designed to fit Granite Tactical Gear CHIEF
packs. CHIEF frames are engineered to flex like your back but never “wash out.” Unlike
a system with aluminum stays that can only flex evenly from top to bottom, our CHIEF
System is engineered with three distinct zones of flexibility. The lumbar zone is the most
flexible, absorbing the shock of each step. The mid-back zone is semirigid, transferring
weight evenly downward toward the belt while allowing the perfect amount of torsional
flex. The upper zone is rigid, allowing the load lifters to pull the whole load close to your
back. The CHIEF frame can flex but always returns to it’s original shape - never deforming
like aluminum stays frequently do.
Body Armor Compatible Harness (BACH) The CHIEF System works in
conjunction with our harness system that can be customized to work while you are wear-
ing body armor. The BACH system compensates for the change in fit that is imposed when
in use with a body armor vest. While wearing body armor vests, you already have the pad-
ding over your shoulder from the vest, and additional padding becomes too bulky resulting
in loss of flexibility. Also, the body armor creates a void in the lumbar area resulting in a
loss of contact between you and your pack in this critical area for load transfer. Granite
Gear’s BACH system effectively solves both of these problems by incorporating remov-
able padding in the shoulder straps and additional padding in the lumbar zone. The remov-
able shoulder strap padding is designed to allow better flexibility while wearing body
armor. This advantage is best demonstrated in the prone firing position. In this position,
the shoulder strap padding is reduced, allowing for better headroom while sighting your
weapon. In addition, while wearing body armor, you can add a special lumbar pad that fits
below the back body armor plate and brings the lumbar area of the pack frame in contact
with your back to allow for effective weight transfer.
BACK PAD Our back pad is smooth on the back, so all you feel is the cush of the
foam pad evenly across the whole length of where the pack is in contact. The foam pad is
covered using a stretch fabric that is both comfortable and durable. This amazing fabric
does well at managing moisture, and not letting any into the foam padding. The fabric
dries quickly after you remove your pack.
SHOULDER STRAPS The shoulder straps are 3D shaped to fit the contours
around your neck and torso, as well as the contour over your shoulder. Each strap attach-
es using our Pivot Point hardware. The Pivot Point allows the straps to naturally cant and
fit the exact angle of your shoulder. The inside fabric of our shoulder straps is the same
as our back pad for all the same reasons.

BELTS The belt is attached using our exclusive Pivot Point stainless steel hardware.
With this system our belts are allowed to pivot with the natural movement of your hips.
A belt that moves with you means it doesn’t move against you. Our belts have a plastic
exoskeleton. This rigid plastic exoskeleton, when fitted properly, forms a cup over your hip
bone and does a great job of transferring the load to your hips. Our belts feature dual-
density foam and the same stuffed construction as our shoulder straps. Our belts form a
continuous wrap that hugs your hips without leaving gaps.
Stand up straight with your feet shoulders-width
apart.
Tilt your head forward and place your hands on
your hips, thumbs to the back.
Note: Hold the line between the tip of your index
fingers and thumbs parallel to the ground, with the
tip of your index fingers resting on the crest of
your hipbones, and your thumbs near the center
of your back.

With a flexible tape, have
someone measure from
the most prominent bone
at the base of your neck to
an imaginary line drawn to
connect your thumbs. This
will be your torso length.
NOTE: Follow the contours of
your back with a flexible tape
to accurately determine your
torso measurement.
Regular Torso Fits 17" to
22"

NOTE: Each framesheet has adjustment set-
tings spaced in one inch increments to further
fine-tune your fit. If you measured at 20" then no
adjustment is necessary for torso length (default
setting) but you may need to adjust the width of the
shoulder straps. This is determined in the steps on
the following page. Follow through steps on next page to
determine shoulder strap width and components.
DETERMINE YOUR TORSO LENGTH
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Setting your pack to your correct torso length is crucial to getting the pack to fit
properly. If it is set up too short the hip-belt will ride up your back and not effectively
transfer weight to your hips; too long and the pack will pull back and not ride as close
to your back as possible. To determine your torso length, have someone measure the
distance between your seventh cervical vertebra and the crest of your hipbones, using
a flexible tape measure as outlined below. Your Torso Length will determine where to
attach the pivot point shoulder strap hardware.
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In order to determine which harness components that are right for you and tune the pack
for a custom fit, you will measure your neck, chest, and waist. CHIEF packs come with a
default setup of a medium belt and medium shoulder straps (set at wide). If your sizing
does not reflect the size currently on the pack then you will need to follow the steps on
pages 5,6,7 to exchange and adjust components.
MEASURE FOR CUSTOM FIT COMPONENTS
(Measured by circumference at hip crest)
Small 28" to 34"
Medium 34" to 40"
Large 40+
Your chest measurement should be taken just under your arms and across your shoulder
blades. After measuring yourself locate the sizing tag to determine if the pack is equipped
with the correct size strap. If a tag cannot be found assume that it is a medium. If you are
a 20" torso with a ‘regular’ neck and need to exchange shoulder straps sizes see page 6
only. If you need to exchange shoulder strap sizes and make a torso/width adjustment
then you will have to follow all the steps on pages 6 & 7. Be sure to replace the shoulder
straps with the correct size.
Use the size chart below and go by your regular pant size waist measurement. If you don’t
know this, take a measurement with a flexible tape measure with the tape next to your
skin, around your waist. Measure the circumference at your hip points. Or, you can simply
try on a hip belt; just be certain to remove bulky clothing or wear clothing suited for your
conditions. A properly sized hip belt will wrap over your hip bones and still leave a gap in
the padding at the front. All belts have a sizing tag on them. Locate the tag to determine
if it is equipped with the correct size belt. If it is not then follow the steps on page 5 to
exchange belt for correct size.
FINE-TUNING THE FIT
SWAPPING THE HIP BELT
It is not necessary to remove the framesheet from the pack to swap the hip belt. This pro-
cess is a lot easier with an empty pack. Our Power Hook system allows easy access to the
mounting hardware. You will use a #2 Phillips screwdriver on the hardware. When remounting
the hip belt make sure it is right side up and arcing upward.
Undo Hip Stabilizer straps -
one each side.
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2
Use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to
remove mounting screw.
3
With screw removed lift hip belt
off mounting post.
4
Undo Power
Hook Flap which is wrapped around the
tail section of the framesheet where
the hip belt is mounted.
NOTE: The seam between the Power Hook
Flap and the back pad should wrap 1/4 inch
around the bottom of the framesheet. This
seam should follow a straight line with the
seam on the hip belt.
Size: Chest Size:
Small 34" to 40"
Medium 40" to 46"
Large 46" to 52"
2. Select Proper Fit Shoulder Strap
To accomodate variable width necks and
shoulders all packs come with an adjust-
able width bracket. To determine your
setting we suggest you measure the
circumference of your neck. The regu-
lar width setting is for neck sizes 17" or
smaller and wide is for 17.5" and larger
as measured at the adam’s apple. If you
measured regular and have a 20" torso no
bracket adjustment is necessary. If you
need to change width and/or torso length
then you will have to adjust the bracket
(page 7). Follow the next step before ad-
justing torso length & strap width as you
may need to exchange shoulder straps
also.
Adjustable Width Bracket
wide
(outer)
regular
(inner)
1. Determine Shoulder Strap Width
3. Select Proper Fit Hip-Belt
NOTE: If you measured 17" or less you may still
use the wide position with body armor.
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Unbuckl e Lower Shoul der
Strap- one each si de.
FINE-TUNING THE FIT
SWAPPING AND ADJUSTING SHOULDER STRAPS
It is not necessary to remove the framesheet from the pack to adjust or swap shoulder
straps. Our frame cutouts allow easy access to the mounting hardware. You will use a #2
Phillips screwdriver on the hardware. This process is a lot easier with an empty pack.
To adjust the torso length only, skip to step 3. To remove the shoulder straps, simply follow the
photos below to access the mounting hardware. See the diagrams on page 6 for adjustment
details.
Unthread the Load Li fter
straps - one each si de -
l ocated at top of shoul der
straps.
Use a #2 Phi l l i ps screwdri ver
to remove hardware.
Wi th shoul der straps re-
moved the shoul der strap
mounti ng bar can be sl i d up
or down for maki ng a torso
l ength adj ustment. Detai l s
on next page.
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2
4
Match up your torso length
measurement to the corre-
sponding pair of holes on this
chart.
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Place SHOULDER STRAP
MOUNTING BAR under
the proper holes for your
torso length and for your
neck/shoulder width.
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NOTE: Bar goes in from the
backside of the framesheet.
Move it by grasping it
through the arrow shaped
cutout.
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Place the shoulder strap
grommet hole over the
shoulder strap mounting bar
post sticking through the
framesheet.
Mount shoulder strap screws
into the threaded studs.
Be sure the lift handle
between the shoulder straps
is not twisted. Review steps
one and two for reattaching
straps.
NOTE: Use a number 2 Phillips
screwdriver for a perfect fit. The
Phillips driver on a Swiss Army Knife
or the Phillips drivers found on multi
tools will usually work fine for
in-field adjustments.
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Regular Torso 17-22"
NOTE: Keep the foam
piece between the mount-
ing bar and the frame. It
allows for a quieter ride.
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SHOULDER STRAP
MOUNTING BAR
Adjustable for both wide
and regular neck/shoul-
der measurements.
regular 17" or less
wide 17.5" or more
regular
wide
measure around neck
NOTE: With body armor, you may
need to temporarily adjust to the
wide position.
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REMOVE OR INSERT THE FRAMESHEET
You shouldn’t have to remove the framesheet from the pack under normal circumstances.
However, you may want to remove it for cleaning or repairs.
NOTE: Removing and inserting the framesheet is much easier when the pack is com-
pletely empty. Leave the shoulder straps and belt attached to the framesheet until it is
removed.
Unthread load
lifter strap
Undo Lower Shoulder
Strap Buckle - one
each side.
Undo HIP STABILIZER
straps - one each side of
hipbelt.
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2
1
Undo Velcro straps
in front of the lower
belt flap.
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5
Pull framesheet out by
holding on to the tail
section and pulling until
the framesheet is com-
pletely out of the pack
body.
NOTE: If the framesheet
is not coming out easily,
check that all the straps
mentioned above have
been undone!
INSERT THE FRAMESHEET
To reinsert the frame sheet follow steps 1-5 in reverse, 5-1. Be sure to check that the
frame is slid as far up as possible. There is a webbing sleeve for it to rest in.
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CONFIGURE HARNESS FOR BODY ARMOR
In order to properly fit your pack over body armor you have to insert the Body Armor
Compatible Lumbar Pad and remove the Body Armor Compatible Shoulder Strap Padding.
Undo POWER
HOOK FLAP which
is wrapped around
the tail section of
the framesheet
where the hip belt
is mounted.
Hold flap out. Slide pad over flap.
Large end on top.
Refold flap and secure to hip
belt Velcro make sure that flap
is completely wrapped over hip-
belt and the flap seam is inline
with hipbelt.
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To remove the shoulder strap foam simply pull it out from under the elastic band.
The Velcro is held at the top of the shoulder strap with a Velcro flap. When reat-
taching be sure the top is set back into the flap correctly.
With the pack adjusted for body armor the absence of shoulder strap padding allows more
flexibility for the head and neck. The lumbar pad helps transfer the weight effectively onto
the hips and hip belt. For more details on the Body Armor Compatible Harness (BACH)
please see page 1.
BACH HARNESS PROPER FIT
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Locate velcro flap on backside
of hipbelt.
Pull away to release velcro flap
from hipbelt. NOTE: The pads are slightly shorter than the strap, so that when they are attached
correctly the strap has a natural arch over your shoulder. Try to form this arch as
you attach the pad.
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DONNING THE PACK (see figures A - D)
Step 1 - Hold both SHOULDER STRAPS or grab pack by Haul Loop. Figure A
Step 2 - Lift pack up onto your knee. Figure B
Step 3 - With knees bent, slide one arm through a SHOULDER STRAP and glide the pack
onto your back using your other arm to lift on bottom of pack. Figure C - D
PROCESS FOR TIGHTENING ALL STRAPS (see figures E - I)
Tighten all straps in the order below.
NOTE: Get to know these straps well. It will make this process second nature.
Step 1 - Buckle HIP BELT. Figure E
Step 2 - Buckle STERNUM STRAP and don’t cinch too tight. Figure F
Step 3 -Tighten up HIP BELT until it is good and snug around hips. Figure E
Step 4 - Snug down the webbing that goes thorough the ladderlocs at the lower part of the
SHOULDER STRAPS. Figure G
Step 5 - Snug down STERNUM STRAP (do not over tighten; shoulder strap should curve
slight ly around outside of breast). Figure F
Step 6 - Reach up with both hands over shoulders. Grab silver LOAD LIFTER straps and pull
down to snug them up. Figure H
Step 7 - Snug down HIP STABILIZER STRAPS. Figure I
NOTE: When you want your HIP BELT to pivot more easily to allow for your hips to rotate
(such as they do when climbing a steep grade), loosen the HIP STABILIZER STRAPS
slightly to allow the belt to pivot.
H I
A B C D
E F G
SNAP DRAGON-STERNUM STRAP RELEASE
Every second counts when you need to rapidly remove your backpack. Our new sternum strap
quick release system doesn’t leave you fumbling with small buckles, especially with gloves on.
Simply pull the webbing handle out with a quick snap and your sternum strap is released.
NOTE: Keeping your sternum strap snug and extra webbing
rolled up tight allows for faster easier snap releases.
EASY PULL BELT
When carrying extremely heavy loads it can be difficult to get your belt tight enough to keep
the load on your hips. All CHIEF packs come with our easy pull belt which offers a mechanical
advantage. Like a pulley system it requires minimal effort for maximum force. The forward
direction of pull also makes tightening your belt easier.
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ACCESS FEATURE

The CHIEF Packs are accessed through the top in a conventional manner, or can also be
accessed via a zippered front panel that allows for quick retrieval of items even if they are
placed deep in the pack. We believe that our Access system is superior in function to the
traditional sleeping bag compartment with a divider. Our Access panel provides quick access
to the pack’s entire contents.
With access panel unzipped, there is a
series of compression straps used to
secure pack load. When loading pack
through compression panel use these
compression straps to secure pack
contents before closing. Failure to use
compression straps makes it more
difficult to close panel and puts undo
stress on the zippers.
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Undo top buckles on
pack overflow.
Now the access panel can be
unzipped from both sides to
expose pack contents.
B-TOGS
B-TOGS Strap Wraps are a convenient way to adjust and fix the extra length of webbing on
a pack’s adjustable straps. B-TOGS, are silent and do not stick to clothing like Velcro strap
wraps. They are removable/replaceable without a sewing kit. The bungee allows you to make
length adjustments without undoing the tog.
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Simply roll
up loose
webbing.
Pull bungee around
T-bar on opposite
side to secure
wrapped webbing
DOFFING THE PACK - REST STOPS
Step 1 - Slightly loosen LOAD LIFTER STRAPS.
Step 2 - Slightly loosen HIP STABILIZER STRAPS.
Step 3 - Unclip STERNUM STRAP.
Step 4 - Slightly loosen SHOULDER STRAPS.
Step 5 - Unclip HIP BELT.
Step 6 - Remove right or left arm from under SHOULDER STRAP and slide pack around
to your front and on to the opposing knee. Grab hold of the HAUL LOOP located
between the SHOULDER STRAPS to lower the pack to the ground.
NOTE: BE SURE TO LOOSEN ALL STRAPS (AS NOTED ABOVE) WHEN YOU TAKE OFF YOUR PACK. THE
NExT TIME YOU PUT ON YOUR PACK, FOLLOW THE PROCESS FOR TIGHTENING ALL STRAPS. FOLLOWING
THIS PROCESS FOR STRAP TIGHTENING WILL ENSURE A PROPER FIT.
DOFFING THE PACK - EMERGENCY
Step 1 - Unclip STERNUM STRAP.
Step 2 - Unclip HIP BELT.
Step 3 - Unclip SHOULDER STRAPS). WARNING - DO NOT UNCLIP SHOULDER STRAP BEFORE
STERNUM STRAP - INJURY MAY RESULT.
PROPER FIT
What you will notice immediately with our CHIEF packs is amazing comfort. The load is
evenly distributed over your back and onto your hips. You have plenty of room to tilt your
head back and look up. The fit feels like it was made custom for your body. The ride is
very well cushioned and stable. The pack feels in tune with your natural body motion and
shape. And finally, the ride is stable; no swaying or sagging, and you can totally control
the load. After you’ve been on the trail for a day, you will appreciate this pack even more!
Your back muscles should still feel good, you shouldn’t have any hot spots, and you should
have a minimum amount of hipbone fatigue.
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HAUL LOOPS
CHIEF packs are equipped with 6 separate haul loops
conveniently located on the pack. The strongest
haul loop point for hanging the pack is the shoulder
strap/pack body combination shown in image B.
1
Thread compression strap
under haul loop both sides.
2 clip and tighten
Haul loops tucked neatly away. Haul loops exposed.
To prevent side haul loops from becoming snagged use the compression straps located
under the lid to pull side haul loops up under the lid.
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B
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hydration clip top inside
top routing
bottom routing
inside of pack body
top of hydration pocket
HYDRATION SETUPS
CHIEF packs are fully hydration compatible with very
effective hydration configurations. The hydration
bladder’s hose can be routed out of the bottom
(see bottom routing) of the side hydration bladder
pockets and up the shoulder straps resulting in
better flow and a more convenient position for
the bite valve. The bite valve is then in position
to be used hands-free. If desired, the hydration
hose can also be routed in the conventional man-
ner over the shoulder. Inside the hydration side
pocket there is port (see top routing) that allows
you to route the hose out of the top from inside of
the pack.
Hydration System
hands free operation
conventional routing (top)
high output routing (bottom)
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An internal radio pocket secures the radio close
to the framesheet and the compression straps
keep the weight secure and as close to the back
as possible.
RADIO ANTENNA PORTS & POCKET
Antenna ports across the top of
the pack and lid allow for maximum
flexibility in the arrangement of the
radio antenna., and other cabling that
needs to exit the pack.
Internal radio pocket
is accessible from
the top of the pack
or through the
front access panel.
Compression straps
secure radio close to
framesheet and back.
Compression straps
found directly
beneath radio
pocket can be used
for extra batteries
as pictured or to
secure any other
heavier items closer
to the framesheet
and back.
Extended Flap
with Hardcase
Standard Flap with
Watershed A.C.C.
Drybag
Standard Flap With
Rescue Tool Combi
Jaw Holster.
Antenna ports at the top of the
pack, underneath the lid.
Zippered antenna ports located on
the back of the lid. (lid closed)
HARNESS SINGLE-POINT RELEASE
(HSPR) COMPATIBILITY
Loops for routing of the HSPR system.
The CHIEF Patrol is attached to the jumper and inspected
in accordance ith established rigging and inspection
procedures outlined in FM 3-21.220
FLATBED
ALL-PURPOSE & HIGHLY CONFIGURABLE
The CHIEF Flatbed is an all-purpose, highly
configurable and adaptable load carriage system.
It uses the same CHIEF Frame and Body-Armor
Compatible Harness (BACH) system as the CHIEF
Patrol and CHIEF Recce packs.
The CHIEF Flatbed is designed to carry odd loads
such as rescue/extrication tools, breaching tools,
medical devices, hard cases, Dry-Bags or even
an elk quarter! The PALS (MOLLE) webbing on
the back panel and optional flaps can accept any
molle pouches such as our line of MP Pouches, as
well as many custom pouches we have developed
for mission specific kit, and can be used with our
Volie Straps to securely lash on nearly any tool
or supply.
Read on to see the options currently available, or to get ideas for how to use the pack in
different configurations depending on the mission. The ideas and options listed are by no
means the only possible ones, the Flatbed system is designed to be able to improvise and
adapt. Contact us if you need a solution to attach you odd load. If we have not already
developed it, we may be able to quickly design a kit specific pouch or lashing system to fit
your mission.
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FLATBED WITHOUT FLAP
The CHIEF Flatbed comes with horizontal PALS webbing to attach nearly anything. 3 straps
with SR buckles are integrated into each side, and mate in the center for quick and secure
lashing.
FLAP OPTIONS
Currently we offer 4 different flap options but as require-
ments change, we may add to this offer. Contact us if
you need a custom flap.
Reversible flaps offer horizontal PALS (molle) webbing
on the outside, as well as vertical PALS webbing on the
inside. The flap can be reversed so the vertical PALS
webbing is on the outside if desired. To do so, you will
need to swap the male & female buckle parts . A needle
nose pliers aids in this process.
Standard flaps work for loads up to 10" thick. Extended
flaps handle up to 15" thick loads, like some hard cases.
Vehicle Attachment Flap same as the Standard with the
addition of 6 heavy duty vehicle attachment loops.
Standard Flap Outside
(reversible)
Extended Flap inside
(reversible)
Extended Flap
(non-reversible pictured,
reversible available)
MP Pouches Attached
FLATBED WITH FLAP
The Flatbed with flap can be configured with MP pouches like this pack shown with
two MP 5-10-4's and two MP 8-10-4's on the back and 3 MP8-10-2.5 on the inside of
a reversible flap as well as 2 pouches on the outside of the flap. Visit granitegear.com
to see the current list of pouches available.
Flatbed Without Flap Flatbed Without Flap, Shown With
Two MP 5-10-4’S And Two MP 8-10-4’S
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ATTACHING/REVERSING FLAPS
A Flat tipped screwdriver will aid in this process. Use the plastic threader bar to weave the
the flap webbing to the pack webbing as shown (fig. A & B). Fold the plastic threader back at
the creases and tuck into the loops to finish the connection (fig. C).
VOILE STRAPS & VERTICAL CONVERSION
Voile Straps are made with a powerful stretch urethane, in combination with a rugged nylon
buckle. They are recommended for lashing equipment to the Flatbed because they never
loosen, and they can be cinched tightly for securing heavy items. For lashing equipment
vertically, use Voile straps in combination with our vertical conversion bar, which converts
horizontal PALS webbing into a vertical lash point.
Voile straps are available in 9", 12", 15", 18" and 24" lengths.
LATERAL BAG SET
The Lateral Bag Set attaches to the flatbed to form a central vertical pocket which is perfect
for carrying a litter, rope, drybag, etc. securely cinched in with two straps across the center.
Bags on each side zip open at the top, and provide 700 cubic inches of storage per side. The
lateral bag set comes with a plastic threader bar which is used to weave through the PALs
webbing on the bags and Flatbed panel for a secure attachment. After threading the plastic
threader bar, it is folded back at the crease, and the end is tucked back into the PALS webbing.
A B C
Steps For Securing The Vertical Conversion Kit
Voile straps are secured in the proper orien-
tation using a knotted cord as shown above
Voile Strap Keeper
Voile Straps Vertical Conversion Kit
Rescue Combi Jaw Holster And Voile Strap
Securing Rescue Tool To Flatbed
Spot Cleaning
The CHIEF pack can be spot cleaned effectively using a mild detergent solution applied with a small stiff bristle
brush. After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with water and hang dry.
Hand Washing
The pack can be hand washed with a mild detergent solution. Stains can be washed with a brush. After washing,
rinse thoroughly with water, and hang dry. A water-repellent such as Nikwax or Scotchgaurd can be sprayed on
according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow the water -repellent treatment to dry before using.
Machine Washing
DO NOT WASH IN A TOP-LOADING MACHINE - The center agitator on a top-loading machine can cause damage
to the packs straps and fabric especially during a spin cycle. Once the pack’s frame has been removed, the
pack can be machine washed in a heavy duty front-loading machine with a mild detergent . Stains can be pre-
washed with a brush. After washing, hang dry. A water-repellent such as Nikwax or Scotchgaurd can be sprayed
on according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow the water -repellent treatment to dry before using.
Maintenance
The pack bag and framesheet do not require special maintenance. Try to keep the framesheet free of oils
which may cause squeaking. DO NOT APPLY ARMORALL or any other oil-based solution to the framesheet.
KEEP away from open flames. The pack’s nylon fabric can get singed or melted.
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