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Gear Details: Backpacks

Cragosaurus Daypack

Manufacturer: Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC)

Product Details:
Product Year2012
For Women:
Frame Type:frameless rucksack
Load Type:top-loading
Fixed Capacity (cubic inches):1831
Expandable Capacity (min): cu. in.
Expandable Capacity (max): cu. in.
Sizes Available:1
Smallest Size (Torso Length):16
Largest Size (Torso Length):23
Features:Hydration sleeve (no bladder included), Spindrift collar
Weight (lbs, oz): 2,3
Price:$39
The middle sibling of our Crag series is big enough to tote your share of the gear to the base, and doubles as a great daypack for alpine routes. Its now made in a bomber 840-denier nylon that can handle hauls or road rash from falling off your board. For lunch-time seating or unplanned overnighting, simply pull out the foam backpanel pad and be insulated from the ground. * Grab/tie-in handle. * Hydration system-ready. * Two ice axe loops. * Crampon patch. * Spindrift collar with cinch cord. * Rope carrier webbing system under lid. * One pocket on top. * Under-lid security pocket with key clip. * Price is CAD

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