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Gear Details: Backpacks

Everest 60+10

Manufacturer: High Peak USA

Product Details:
Product Year2011
For Women:
Frame Type:internal
Load Type:top-loading
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):
Expandable Capacity (min): cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max): cu. in.
Sizes Available:3
Smallest Size (Torso Length):14
Largest Size (Torso Length):20
Features:Adjustable torso length, Daypack conversion, Divider between main and sleeping bag compartments, Hydration sleeve (no bladder included), Interchangeable suspension parts (hipbelt and shoulder harness come in multiple sizes), Water bottle holsters
Weight (lbs, oz): 5,8
Price:$145
Featuring sleek European styling and mesh side pockets, the Everest features a head notch for greater head movement, an external pocket on the front, and an internal back panel micro adjustment system which allows this pack to fit people from sizes small to extra large. The Everest 60+10 also features a high performance coated mini ripstop and pack cloth fabric construction, a detachable top lid that converts to a lumbar pack, Bellows pockets with 2 compression straps on each side, ice ax holder, Duraflex buckles, lower side pockets, a detachable hip belt, chest strap with a built-in whistle, Daisy Chain attachments along the front of the pack, hydration system ready and a built-in rain cover.

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