Black Diamond Onyx 75

Retailers' Descriptions

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Time to get away for an extended adventure. The Black Diamond Women's Onyx 75 Backpack packs just about everything except the kitchen sink, and keeps you comfortable while doing it. Black Diamond's ErgoActiv XP suspension system features an innovative free-floating hip belt that pivots with your body's movements for improved load stability and comfort when traveling over uneven terrain.

- Backcountry.com

A durable, full-featured women's-specific pack that maximizes comfort and stability during long days on the trail, the Black Diamond Women's Onyx 75 Backpack is ready for everything from a traverse of the Wind Rivers to multi-week, off-trail excursions in Alaska. Our ergoACTIV XP suspension system uses a custom, 3D pivoting hipbelt, women's-specific fit and SwingArmTM shoulder straps for increased stability, unparalleled freedom of movement and dynamic load transfer. The pack's front zippered panel gives you full access to the inside, while multiple pockets, dividers and straps help secure and organize your gear during extended trips.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Black Diamond Women's Onyx 75 Pack FEATURES of the Black Diamond Women's Onyx 75 Pack ergoACTIV XP suspension with OpenAir backpanel Top-loading with floating top pocket, Plus front zippered access Waterproof taping on top and bottom Compartment divider, Side and hipbelt pockets, Front and internal organizer pockets Retractable trekking pole/ice axe loop, Sleeping pad straps, Hydration compatible Waterproof taping on top and bottom Also available as men's-specific Mercury

- Moosejaw

A fully featured backpack with ergoACTIV Suspension, the Black Diamond Onyx maximizes comfort for long days on the trail.This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

Black Diamond Onyx 75

previously retailed for:
$223.98 - $299.95

The Black Diamond Onyx 75 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 19, 2016 at CampSaver.com.

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