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Gear Details: Backpacks

Bora 35

Manufacturer: ARC'TERYX

Product Details:
Product Year2008
For Women:
Frame Type:internal
Load Type:hybrid
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):
Expandable Capacity (min):2136 cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max):2136 cu. in.
Sizes Available:2
Smallest Size (Torso Length):
Largest Size (Torso Length):
Features:
Weight (lbs, oz): 2,7
Price:$199
For gear intensive day trips our smallest Bora is a master jack-of-all-trades, and is loaded with practical features such as a removable top lid, stowable water bottle holder, and wand pocket. Equally adept at skiing, hiking, cragging or hauling groceries the rugged Bora 35 does it all with comfort. Double layered fabric bottom Four external compression straps Dual density shoulder straps Hydration bladder pocket Hose clip Kangaroo pocket with drain hole Key clip Laminated internal kangaroo pocket Removable stowable lid Thermoformed back panel Two external daisy chains Two ice axe loops and holders One water bottle holder One wand pocket 5cm/2" webbing hipbelt WaterTight zippers

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