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Gear Details: Backpacks

Denali 5500

Manufacturer: ALPS Mountaineering

SKU: 2627207

Product Details:
Product Year2009
For Women:
Frame Type:internal
Load Type:top-loading
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):5500
Expandable Capacity (min): cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max): cu. in.
Sizes Available:1
Smallest Size (Torso Length):17
Largest Size (Torso Length):23
Features:Adjustable torso length, Divider between main and sleeping bag compartments, Hydration sleeve (no bladder included), Interchangeable suspension parts (hipbelt and shoulder harness come in multiple sizes), Spindrift collar, Water bottle holsters, Women's components
Weight (lbs, oz): 5,4
Price:$169.99


READER REVIEWS

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great pack for the price. the mesh pockets will not work for water bottles the pockets above them will hold a 1 litter bottle- cant reach. so use a blader only issue that i found. if you have a 38" waist or bigger call and get the xl belt. carries great loads and works awesome.
Posted by pat l., Apr 22, 2009 Star Star Star Star
great pack for the price. the mesh pockets will not work for water bottles the pockets above them will hold a 1 litter bottle- cant reach. so use a blader only issue that i found. if you have a 38" waist or bigger call and get the xl belt. carries great loads and works awesome.
Posted by pat l., Apr 22, 2009 Star Star Star Star
Not worth getting, if you're interested in getting a large pack for week trips or mountaineering, spend the money and get something more durable. I got this pack, and on the first day out it broke, within three weeks of backpacking part of the frame broke through the bottom of the pack.
Posted by Matt, Oct 28, 2009 Star Star
Its works great form me on many trips. Cheap and it hold A LOT
Posted by Jason, Nov 03, 2009 Star Star Star Star Star

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