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Gear Details: Backpacks

Maia 75

Manufacturer: ARC'TERYX

Product Details:
Product Year2008
For Women:1
Frame Type:internal
Load Type:hybrid
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):
Expandable Capacity (min):4576 cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max):4576 cu. in.
Sizes Available:3
Smallest Size (Torso Length):
Largest Size (Torso Length):
Weight (lbs, oz): 6,1
Built for the motivated woman who enjoys long walkabouts to secluded backcountry valleys, the 100% waterproof Maia 75 offers cavernous volume and an unparalleled carrying experience. Building upon our incredible Monoframe and Load Transfer Disc suspension, we added the speedy GridLock shoulder strap adjustment system for a perfect fit and improved comfort with heavy loads. A large top lid and roomy kangaroo pocket provides easy access to necessities. • Double re-curved shoulder straps designed for the female form • Women's specific hipbelt, styling and ergonomics • RollTop™ closure • Fully seam sealed • Hydration bladder pocket • Laminated map pocket • Laminated molded AC˛ Fusion Points™ • Load Transfer Disc • Monoframe backpanel • Pigment dyed WaterTight zippers • Radially formed Binary™ hipbelt • Radially formed shoulder straps • Removable WaterTight top lid • Side access kangaroo pocket • Six external compression straps • Waterproof Hydroport™ • 3D shaping • Full length vertical side zipper • Gridlock adjustable shoulder strap suspension system


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