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Sneak Peek – 2 New Packs from Kifaru to Debut at SHOT SHow

Kifaru has just released 2 new packs and will have them at SHOT Show.


The first is the Nomad which really is a system that works with their Duplex and Bikini frames. You can also supplement the Nomad with the new Camp Bag. Additionally, they will be showing the new rifle carrier at SHOT.

The 2014 Kifaru Nomad from Rokslide on Vimeo.


Kifaru also just introduced the EMR II that was called the “Big Daddy” in development. It is the new replacement for their longstanding EMR that launched the Tactical division 12 years ago.

Kifaru informed us that they have a couple more items that they’ll be showing at SHOT, but just haven’t announced them yet.


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7 Responses to “Sneak Peek – 2 New Packs from Kifaru to Debut at SHOT SHow”

  1. mike says:

    I was really hoping the Nomad video would have explained more demonstratively the pack and the pieces that were laying around. Seeing the pieces and hearing about the concept was cool, but I really want to see the assembled pieces or the movement from one configuration to another. I guess the idea was to pique interest. Perhaps after SHOT we’ll see more?

    Great-looking pack, from what I can infer, and as I look out into the world for options to replace my current pile of packs for different seasons a scaling pack system like this is tempting.

  2. Mel Terkla says:

    Hey Mike,

    Click on this link and you’ll find detailed videos on setting up the Nomad in different configurations.


  3. Jon Meyer says:

    Looks like a really nice pack. I am saving up to purchade myself a Xing.

  4. Serge says:

    The Nomad reminds me the Eryx anti-tank firing post carrier Kifaru made for my platoon in 2006. We were using Omni-yoke, cargo chair and the Zulu XR top cover. I had just to ask to sew two straps to hang the ZXR top.
    It works well.

  5. Buckaroomedic says:

    I really like the Nomad idea. Looks like it would be an ideal pack for the team medic. Carry the aid bag inside and all the personal stuff on the outside.