The Evoc Trail Builder backpack features an attachment system for carrying an ax, hammer, clippers and chain saw plus plenty of room for the other crap you’ll want to carry for a day in the woods making trail. Made of 100D Cordura with a PU coating, it should hold up under regular use.
Designed with the aid of chainsaw wielding trail builders (because I know I always carry my chainsaw with me, oh wait, no I don’t…) the trail builder pack is perfect for building 90’s era elevated wood structures for hucking.
At 29 x 56 x 18cm, it’s large enough to use as a travel or commute pack, but if you’re looking to tote a shovel and a rogue hoe, you’ll need to continue to be creative with how you’ll carry them. (some people strap them to their frames, but my favorite was seeing Chris from Broken and Coastal rolling up with a full size shovel strapped and jury rigged to his backpack)
Folks that always carry a chainsaw: you are covered. At $233, it’s on the pricey side considering you’ll have to get clever if you want to carry a hoe. Or continue being clever strapping your trail building tools to your existing pack… on a side note, can someone please make a Trail Builder Pack with adapters for a Rogue Hoe and tools we actually carry already?