ALPS Mountaineering Solitude

Specs

Weight 2 lb 10 oz
Capacity 2450 cu in
Fabric Nylon Ripstop

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit ALPS Mountaineering's Solitude page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whether you're headed for a day hike under fall's Technicolor canopy or an excursion into Utah's red rock desert, the Alps Mountaineering 2700cu in Solitude Backpack hauls enough gear for a full day of going at it alone. Mesh side pockets put your water bottles within easy reach, while the fully-reinforced suspension ensures a stable load whether you're scrambling, traversing, forging, or just strolling. Pull the Solitude pack's load-stabilizing compression straps tight as your pack lightens through the day. A removable waistband converts this daypack from backcountry-worthy to school ready, and the molded shoulder straps ensure all-day comfort no matter where you're headed.

- Backcountry Outlet

This comfortable, affordable Alps Solitude pack will get you through a long day hike as well as everyday use on the road. Polyethylene frame sheet with a center aluminum stay stabilizes your load, and a fully padded back adds cushy comfort. Padded shoulder straps adjust for a personalized fit. Padded hipbelt stabilizes and controls lateral movements of the pack while on the go. Includes a large main compartment, a roomy front pocket and two side mesh water bottle pockets. Internal sleeve accommodates a reservoir for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately). Special buy.

- REI

ALPS Mountaineering Solitude

MSRP:
$119.99

The ALPS Mountaineering Solitude is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 14, 2017 at CampSaver.com.

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