With this you can easily carry the weight and volume that would normally be carried by two people.
If you have to bug out on foot his could well be the ultimate backpack. With it you can carry several hundred pounds of supplies without causing back strain.
Using this backpack setup the inventor to become the first man to cross Death Valley in the summer without vehicle support. THATS IMPRESSIVE!
It’s called the M.U.L.E. and is a heavy-duty rolling backpack that straps over the shoulders like a normal backpack but extends to the ground for maximum storage. A wheel at its base allows the user to pull the device, and a strap around the waist reduces strain.
“Without the M.U.L.E., this trip literally would have been suicide. It allowed me to bring water, shelter, food, and medicine. I truly believe anybody could have done the same thing with the M.U.L.E.,” McCoy told the Memphis Flyer in a story about the Death Valley trip in 2004.
Watch this video to see just how versatile the M.U.L.E. truly is.
Melvin McCoy, the inventor the just launched a Kickstarter campaign that you can view here