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Price: $210.00
Special Instructions: How to measure your Torso, select the Shoulder Strap style and determine your Hipbelt Size

Quantity in Stock:7605

Product Code: OHM-2.0

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Shoulder Strap*:
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Pack Color*:
black robic
Green (original)
Multitcam Camo* (500 Cordura)
Orange Robic
Purple Blaze
Red Robic
Woodland Camo* (500 Cordura)

Description Specifications FAQ and Videos

The Ohm 2.0 is the pack for the fast folks, the ones who travel light, but still take a prudent amount of gear in order to be safe and comfortable. The 2.0 uses the same belt and shoulder strap system as our larger packs, so comfort and weight transfer are as good as it gets. Also, like our larger packs, the hipbelt can move up or down in its sleeve, allowing you to fine-tune the torso length

The Ohm 2.0 is a full featured, full suspension (active) ultralight pack that offers exceptional load control, on-trail functionality, and full body compression.

Combining a 1.2 oz carbon fiber/delrin active suspension hoop and near full body compression, the Ohm 2.0 maximizes load control, weight transfer, pack compression, and overall pack rigidity in an ultralight package.

Sewn entirely with ULA 210 Robic, ULA's proven construction methods insure the Ohm 2.0 is built to last despite its minimal weight. The Ohm 2.0 Backpack is now available in 5 colors, standard green, black and purple blaze in the ULA 210 Robic, and Woodland and Multicam in 500 Cordura.

More info can be found in the video below

Standard Features
  • Integrated
    • Suspension Hoop
    • Internal Pad Holster
    • Contoured Padded Hipbelt
    • Hipbelt Pockets
    • Contoured Shoulder Straps
    • Front Mesh Pocket
    • ULA 210 Robic Pockets w/ Elasticized Top
    • Non-Stretch Compression Cordage
    • Top Compression Straps
    • Ice Axe/Pole Retention Loops
    • Drawstring Extension Collar
    • ULA 210 Robic
    • Hydration Sleeve (~1.4 oz)
    • Internal Stash Pocket (~1.1 oz)
    • Water Bottle Holsters (~0.8 oz)
    • Handloops (~0.8 oz)
    • Foam Pad (~1.5 oz)

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Best pack ever May 24, 2016
Reviewer: Larry B from Chatsworth, CA United States  
I ordered this last season, but was waylaid by some surgery so no opportunity till late last year. So far, the pack is great - stable, close-fitting, comfortable, big enough but not too big; all pretty amazing for a 2-lb pack. I tried both the Ohm 2.0 and the Circuit, but the Ohm carried just as well as the Circuit for me; maybe better and lighter, and I much preferred the compression system on the Ohm - cinch it up and you have a day pack if needed. A real bonus came in with the ability to get some custom features on the order, for me an extra strap on the side to secure a platypus externally, the Circuit pockets, and a belt with larger pockets to carry a camera. All the service was great, product as requested, and super on the trail. I cannot think of what I would ever trade up to in a pack since there are NO issues at all. Definitely a happy camper (literally).
Perhaps the ONLY request might be an internal sewn-in security pocket for keys and such; but a very small thing. Love it.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Finally! A Pack for Big Guys! October 28, 2015
Reviewer: Rev. Randall Bennett from Selinsgrove, PA United States  
Not everyone who is serious about hiking is a little guy. I am an Eagle Scout, veteran, and a 40-year-old father of two. At 6'3'' with a 54-inch chest, I have struggled to find a comfortable pack that is also ultralight. This is the finest pack I have ever owned. It has plenty of room for my A.T. Section hikes, and if I were to Thru-Hike I would use it as well. If you fall into the "Big and Tall" category, this is the pack for you. Make sure you select the "S" straps, and if you have any questions, the good folks at ULA will gladly help you with your order. Tall and Fat People Rejoice!

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Used on PCT thru hike September 23, 2015
Reviewer: Popsicle from Corvallis, OR United States  
I used the Ohm from Tuolumne Meadows to Canada.
My BPW was ~11lbs, and I typically carried 8-10lbs of food. I'm 5'6" and 115 lbs and was able to hike 30 mi/day in comfort.
The load-lifter straps work great and really added to the pack's ability to handle my larger loads. My water bottles were easily accessible from the side pouches, and the hip belt pouches were big enough to hold my iPhone 6, snacks, SPF, lip balm, toothbrush, DEET, earbuds, and wallet. The pack is also in great condition even with 1500+ miles of rigorous use. It was even part of my sleep system. The mice left it alone, even when they were in my tent while I had food stored inside the pack.
One possibly negative comment I have about this pack is that the portion my back is on contact with is a little slippery. I felt it carried better when I was not wearing a shirt due to the extra stickiness from skin/sweat. That said, it never, ever chafed, and I spent many 12 hour days happily hiking topless.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Great pack! August 22, 2015
Reviewer: M. Booker from Centreville, VA United States  
I just finished the JMT with this pack. With careful planning, you don't need a larger pack. I was able to fit a BV 450 in this. I love the hip pockets and side pouches. No one else's pack in my JMT "family" had as much hip pocket room nor could reach the items in their side pouches as easily as me with my Ohm. I loved the outer mesh pocket which kind became like my junk drawer at work...don't know what to do with an item? Put it in the mesh pocket! Think you might need it during your hike (rain jacket, pack cover, map), but won't need it regularly? Put it in the mesh pocket. It was great. Comfortable all days minus the day of resupply at MTR. All I needed to do was redistribute weight. Max weight was 32lbs just after MTR resupply. Wouldn't want to put much more than that in this pack.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Awesome pack July 27, 2015
Reviewer: M. Miller from Littleton, CO United States  
This has been the best pack I have ever owned. You can tell the pack is made by and for backpackers. Every feature makes sense and the extraneous features can be easily removed.There was a little break-in period of about 10 miles to get the squeaks out, but after that it's been smooth sailing. My favorite features are the hip belt pouches and the side pockets, which are actually deep enough for water bottles and easily accessible. I keep my tent and rain gear in the big mesh pocket to air them out.

ULA's recommendations are spot on---30 lbs would be the MAX comfortable load in this pack and you really need to keep your base weight around 12 lbs, give or take. At 20-24 lbs I can hike all day without pack discomfort issues. The pack will not hold a lot of bulky gear so keep that in mind.

If you are not a sub-10 lb base weight hiker but always below 15 lbs, this is the one.

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