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Osprey Packs Stratos 18 Backpack

March 2, 2010

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Built for a full day of motion, the Osprey Stratos 18 backpack featuring the AirCore suspension keeps the air circulating behind the back. Even the most driven hiker will notice the increased range of comfort when the temperature rises. Hydration options are also abundant on the Osprey Stratos 18 daypack. Bottles fit nicely in the […]

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Mammut Freeride 25L Pack

March 2, 2010

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A super versatile winter snowsports pack that will get the job done without breaking the bank, the Mammut Freeride 25 Backpack has a jacket suspension system making it super comfortable for all day use. Big enough to a day in the backcountry, but compact enough for a day of riding the lifts, the Freeride 25L […]

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Arc'teryx Miura 30 Backpack

March 2, 2010

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A mid-sized convertible, the Arc'teryx Miura 30 Backpack is a RollTop loader that can be filleted open, via a full-separating front panel, for super easy gear access. Two internal gear racking loops organize climbing gear, while a top pocket, kangaroo pocket and hydration bladder clip with hose port add logical stashing points. Two modular/removable external […]

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Mountain Hardwear Ropeline Alpine Backpack

March 2, 2010

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Rugged and stable, with room for food and extra layers, the Mountain Hardwear Ropeline Alpine Backpack is ideal for snowy adventures in or out of bounds. Price: $119.95

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Arc'teryx Khazri 35 Backpack

March 2, 2010

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Designed for speed and physical economy on the mountain, the Arc'teryx Khazri 35 Backpack is a lightweight alpine focused pack with room for the essentials, and leaves the superfluous features at home. How fast and light is up to you, with strippable V-frame suspension, removable aluminum stays, removable hipbelt with thermoformed hip pods, removable hip […]

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Mountain Hardwear South Col Backpack

March 2, 2010

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Our big mountain pack. Trek to basecamp, and then strip down for the summit. Hip belt, frame sheet and lid are removable, and the pack can be compressed to the body for stable, quick runs. Attachment points accommodate a full load of tools. Fully loaded, this pack carries 76 liters, stripped down is will hold […]

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Mountain Hardwear Direttissima Backpack

March 2, 2010

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As one renowned rock climber put it If you plan on climbing alpine style, then the Direttissima is the pack for you. The Direttissima's straightforward design allows you to fill it to the brim with everything you need for base camp without breaking your back. Take off the lid and strip it down for the […]

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