Arc'teryx Nozone 75
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Outfitted with a rugged, all-terrain suspension and removable features, this incredibly light expedition pack helps you shed weight and tackle high-intensity treks with ease.
The Arc'teryx Nozone 75 Backpack is a lightweight and durable alpine expedition pack that will satisfy multiple uses with its ability to strip components and simplify when needed.-- Lightweight and durable with padded bottom-- Twin removable aluminum stays for durable support-- Top grab handle and dual haul loops-- Stretch-mesh wand/probe pocket-- Thermoformed shoulder straps-- Modular sternum strap-- Arc'on(TM) laminated suspension system-- Removable thermoformed triple-density hipbelt for long-haul comfort-- Extendable collar with drawcord for additional capacity-- Large, webbing pull-tabs for quick and easy, glove-friendly access-- Removable/ extendable top lid with zippered compartment-- Four compression straps, two on each side-- P'ax one-hand axe attachment system allows for one-handed access to tools-- Key clip-- Micro daisy chains
Arc'teryx made its Nozone 75 Backpack as light as possible without taking away the much-needed durability that alpine climbers need. A superlight Arc'on laminated frame system provides a smooth ride on long hauls, and the hip belt and shoulder straps are thermo-molded for comfort. The hip belt and aluminum stays are removable for shorter trips, and you can remove the top lid to accommodate more gear (and a bit less weight) for the longer trips. For excellent durability, Arc'teryx coated the Nozone with silicone and PU in order to resist abrasion and wet weather, and Cordura reinforcements ensure long-lasting strength. The Nozone also features a P'ax one-hand axe attachment system for your tools, one stretch mesh pocket for your probe, and one zippered compartment at the lid for your wallet and phone. Four compression straps keep everything in place when you're on the go, pull-tabs help you adjust the pack with gloves, and dual haul loops let you drag this pack up climbs. This pack can also accommodate skis, and the bungee front attachment stores your crampons.
Free Shipping. Arcteryx Nozone 75 Backpack FEATURES of the Arcteryx Nozone 75 Backpack C2 (Composite Construction) suspension system Twin 6005-T6 extruded aluminum M-bar stays (removable on 55 L) Top loading with double-pull, easy open collar cordlock system Removable top lid with zippered compartment and key clip Extendable collar and top lid adds additional capacity Dual haul loops permit hauling on route or clipping off at the belays Thermoformed anatomically shaped shoulder straps Adjustable position sternum strap Four compression straps - two on each side Stretch-mesh wand pocket Reinforced high wear areas for greater durability Dual P'ax ice tool carry systems Bungee front attachment system for carrying crampons or stashing layers Skis can be carried in an A-frame configuration Thermoformed hipbelt for long-haul comfort SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Nozone 75 Backpack Design: Expedition alpine climbing and mountaineering N210r-HT nylon 6, 6 plain weave N420p-HT nylon 6, 6 plain weave N100r-HT nylon 6, 6 mini ripstop 6005-T6 extruded aluminum M-bar stays HD 80 foam, Burly Double Weave, N500p-HT ATY nylon 6, 6 Hypercell foam, Spacermesh SPECIFICATIONS for Short Weight: 59.3 oz / 1680 g Volume: 4210 cubic inches / 69 liter Extends To: 4821 cubic inches / 79 liter SPECIFICATIONS for Regular Weight: 61.7 oz / 1750 g Volume: 4393 cubic inches / 72 liter Extends To: 5004 cubic inches / 82 liter SPECIFICATIONS for Tall Weight: 64.2 oz / 1820 g Volume: 4577 cubic inches / 75 liter Extends To: 5187 cubic inches / 85 liter This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
A pack after an alpinist's own heart, The Nozone 75 from Arc'teryx is well suited for your high altitude adventures. The Arc'on frame combines the harness and framesheet to be light weight and reduce pack movement so you feel more stable no matter what your path looks like. The ability to strip away unnecessary features when you need to save weight and a new one-handed ice axe attachment system makes this pack a no-brainer for the serious technical alpinist.
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