Columbia Silver Ridge 30L Backpack
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- Omni-Shield advanced repellency
- Techlite shoulder straps
- 3L hydration compatible
- Sternum strap with rescue whistle
- Integrated pack rain fly
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Mt. Holy Cross, Beaver Lake, Ptarmigan Ridge … this lightweight, performance-packed day tripper is the perfect accompaniment to checking off your trekking to-dos. The straps are made from Techlite™, an ultra-light compound we borrowed from our footwear and molded around super-strong mesh inserts, with a soft cushioning layer on the interior for comfort. The result is unprecedented breathability and featherweight strength. When you’re sweating it out on a steep uphill, your back will stay cool and dry thanks the Backdraft™ back panel—featuring directional foam conduits that allow hot air to rise and be replaced by cooler air. Omni-Shield advanced repellency wards off sprinkles, and an integrated rainfly can be employed when the real rain hits. Stretch webbing makes a great stash spot for sweatshirts and rainwear, and specialized gear loops on the exterior front hold trekking poles and other essential gear.
- Package Dimensions : 20 x 13 x 3 inches; 6.4 Ounces
- Item model number : UU9866-010
- Date First Available : May 2, 2011
- Manufacturer : Columbia
- ASIN : B004ZCJZKA
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- #8,632 in Hiking Daypacks
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The only complaint that I have is that the waist support does not even come close to hitting my hips. I'm only 5'10" and the waist belt maybe sits at my belly button, possibly a little above. It sits a little lower once there's load in the pack, but the belt still feels akward. This is a pretty big disappointment for me since I was planning on using this bag as a daypack for some serious hiking. Now since I can't put wait on my hips properly, this bag will be strictly for weekend car trips and possibly airplane carry-on.
All in all, seems to be very good quality which can be expected from Columbia products. I was pleasantly surprised to find the built-in rain fly for the pack as well. My advice to anyone considering this pack is to try it on first (if possible) and make sure the waist belt will sit on your hips. If it does, you're lucky and just found an all around good utility pack!