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Max. Load Carried: 45 lbs
Height of Owner: 6'0"
Price Paid: $42 steep & cheap
I took this pack out last weekend on a 5.5 day climbing trip in the n. cascades. I weighed it leaving the house at 45 lbs in the pack. I found it to work well even with that weight. I know it was pushing the pack beyond what it was made for but it held up well. No complaints.
3 lb 12 oz
3900 cu in
13 in to 20.5 in
Waist Belt Size
26 in to 38 in
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