This is a brilliant idea, that I surprised some other pack manufacturers have not copied yet. I aware some do, such as the 5.11 packs, but many still do not. This is actually the clasped down (by metal tie downs lid to the pack, that to gain entry to the main compartment must be untied, lifted up and the main zip unzipped to gain access to your bag very secure! The mold itself is some kind of semi hard material it not as hard as plastic, but it will take quite a knock or hit before it compresses.

KAHLER, Brian John February 3, 1945 June 18, 2015 After a hard fought battle with liver cancer, Brian took God’s hand and quietly slipped away from us. Predeceased by his parents John and Chrystyna, brothers Peter (Anne), Charlie (Betty), Eddie (Kay) and sister Rose (Stan). He is survived by his wife of 23 years Louise; children Jennifer, Ben (Lisa), Chris (Brenda); sisters Margaret Hersley (Raymond), Pauline Robinson (Doug) and Kaye Lynn (Ken); grandchildren Jake and Hannah, beloved Mother and Father in law Elene and David Oakley, brother in law David Oakley (Lesley) and many nieces and nephews he was so fond of.

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“We resuscitated him three times in hopes we could bring him back. We used the Epi pen three times and it did not work,” said Merrill. “By the time we got to the hospital, he was basically brain dead, but I wouldn’t let him go. Children loved reading an adventure where they could choose what happened, and with forty different endings, the adventure was almost never the same twice. The next book in the series, Journey Under the Sea, was published the same year and did just as well. Bantam Books had struck a goldmine..

After that amazing exhibition of strength and daring, he shouted to the crowd, “Am I not worthy to be your king?” There was a deafening shout and his name, Pepin the Short, became a tern of honor, not derision. He told me all about this battle afterward. It’s a good thing I wasn’t there.

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