Big and burly, this pack carries an Indian Creek sized rack to the crag. Haul gear, pack extra clothing layers, food, water, and other supplies on long approaches. 1000-denier high tenacity fabric stands up to being dragged around at the base of a route. Plastic frame sheet with aluminum bar frame and padded hipbelt support the weight of your cargo and the panel-opening keeps the contents organized.
- EVA foam padded shoulder straps, hipbelt and backpanel provide comfort.
- Shoulder straps have stretch woven fabric on the underside for comfort, and load lifter straps for fine tuned adjustments.
- Sternum strap is height adjustable.
- Backpanel moulded with die cut channels to provide ventilation.
- Access the cavernous main compartment through the top zipper or through the large zippered panel on the front of the pack.
- Tuck away rope strap stows away in its own compartment or can be deployed to keep your cord organized and at the ready.
- Exterior zippered lid pocket holds snacks, wallet and keys.
- Internal drop in pocket is perfect for shoes or slings.
- Daisy chain on the inside backpanel lets you organize your rack.
- Side compression straps attach with low profile and durable metal hook buckles.
- Webbing grab handles on top, front and bottom.
- Hydration compatible with hydration hanger loop inside bag.
|Ideal for||Rock climbing|
|Main fabric||1000-denier HT polyester|
|Secondary fabric||210-denier nylon|
The location of all access points into the main compartment of the pack.
Some pack lids can be adjusted to compensate for overloaded packs, or even removed, and some removeable lids have tuck-away hipbelts that allow youto use them as a waistpack.
|Ventilated back panel||No|
Adjustable shoulder harness
An adjustable harness lets you change the height of the shoulder straps to fit your specific back length.
The hipbelt and/or shoulder straps of the pack are designed to move, pivot or flex to follow your body’s movements. Each brand uses their own technology.
Size restrictions vary among airlines. Just to be sure, check with your carrier for their specific restrictions.