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|Package Height||1 x 16 x 27 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.75 pounds|
This 60 + 10L backpack is made of water resistant polyester with total 8 pockets. Top lid flap (5 liters) with buckles over the main interior compartment. One zipper pocket at back for extra storage. One front vertical zippered pocket with elastic rigging includes a mesh pocket and internal organizer for pen and small gears. Two adjustable side mesh water bottle pockets with buckles. Two zippered pockets on waist straps for additional accessories. One bottom zippered pocket. An internal removable pad to protect your back from the hardware. Waist straps and check straps with buckles for securing the backpack. Reinforced front compression straps stabilizes pack. Front crossed elastic climbing rope attachment. Dual ice axe loops with daisy chain rigging points. Reflector strip promote visibility at night. Fits torso: 18 - 23 inches. Fits waist/hips: 31 - 60 inches.
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I purchased this bag for my trip to Ireland. I took a week to travel around Ireland. I'm a small woman (5'3", 120lbs) and think this bag was too big for me and my needs. Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by Chupacabra
We were heading on an international flight and by time the backpack had gotten there two of the straps had already broken. Not very well put together for a camping backpack!Published on December 14, 2012 by Thanet T. Thongbai
the mark on the backpack "one polar", the nylon are very ligt
material quality does not appear. Too thin. Read more
We have not used it yet, but it came in the mail very fast, and it looks great. Solid construction. So far it seems worth the price. We'll see how it holds up on our trip.Published on May 19, 2010 by bosniangirl
I bought this bag for a hiking trip coming up in April 2010. I have not yet been but have been filling the bag to the hilt getting ready for our trip. Read morePublished on March 10, 2010 by Craig Ellithorpe