Recently updated with new, stretchier mesh on the front pocket, the Ohm 2.0 is built with speed, comfort, and exceptional load control in mind. Featuring a 210 Robic construction, it weighs 31 ounces with a recommended maximum carrying capacity of 30 pounds—great for those who travel light but don’t want to sacrifice gear space. The carbon fiber suspension hoop frame ensures durability for a lifetime of use.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of colors between Black Grid, Green, Purple Haze, and Solid Black in the ULA 210 Robic, or Multicam and Woodland in the 500 Cordura. Additionally, you’ll have your choice of the J and S strap, torso size, and hip belt size. You can also add the ULA Rain Cover (+ $28.99). This drop is limited to 75 packs.
Integrated into the pack is a suspension hoop frame and an internal pad holster. For comfort and convenience, a contoured padded hipbelt with pockets, and adjustable shoulder straps are also included. There is a front mesh pocket and two 210 Robic pockets, as well as non-stretch compression cordage along the sides. Top compression straps and ice axe loops add additional travel compatibility, and a drawstring extension collar secures contents while adding more room internally. Additionally, there are several removable features—internal stash pocket, water bottle holsters, hand loops and a foam pad—to cut back on weight when needed.
The brainchild of long-distance hiker Brian Frankles, Ultralight Adventure Equipment was founded in 2001 with the goal of providing lightweight, durable, and comfortable gear to a burgeoning community of ultralight hikers. It was nothing short of a success. By 2009, adherents of the ultralight ethos, such as Chris and Sally McMaster, found themselves on a 4-month waiting list for Frankles’s homespun gear. That’s when Frankles sold his business—to none other than the McMasters. The couple brought on sewing expert Rodney Tripp, a ULA customer himself, and soon the company was taking flight.
Today, Ultralight Adventure Equipment sells its wares to dealers around the world, even producing its own ULA 210 Robic fabric. Still, every product is made in-house at the Utah headquarters. But you won’t find ULA in stores. Available only through select dealers, the gear is manufactured on a limited-production basis to ensure that it’s as lightweight and durable as it was when it came from Frankles’s garage. To that end, every pack is PCT-ready and ensured for a lifetime by ULA’s warranty.
J style straps (photo, right) have a more traditional design, while the highly-curved S straps (photo, left) generally provide a more comfortable fit for females and short/stocky males.
At only 3 oz (85 g), ULA's Rain Cover is a nice add-on for our friends who hike regardless of weather. It fits ULA's packs perfectly and packs down small so it can easily be carried in a hipbelt pocket. We offer this item as a convenience for you, as the price we're able to get for community is not much lower than the standard ULA price.
[Please note: the original Specs incorrectly listed the available hipbelt sizes. Please use the above info to correctly order your preferred size. We apologize for any inconvenience]
All orders will be shipped by the vendor.
Estimated ship date is Feb 19, 2016 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.