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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Black Diamond's Shot page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Removable 25 mm (1 in) webbing hipbeltZippered front panel openingDurable 840d ballistic nylon to withstand climbing wear-and-tearOuter stash pocketHydration compatible Technical Specifications: Volume: 16 L / 980 cu inAverage Stock Weight: 370 g, 13 oz

- River Sports Outfitters

Streamlined and lightweight, Black Diamond's Shot Backpack can sneak along cracks and crevices with you as you climb. Durable nylon fabric resists abrasive rock faces, hydration compatibility makes drinking easier, and the zippered front panel opening facilitates gear access.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Shot Pack FEATURES of the Black Diamond Shot Pack Removable 25 mm webbing hipbelt Zippered front panel opening Durable 840d Ballistic nylon to withstand climbing wear-and-tear Outer stash pocket Hydration compatible SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Shot Pack Type: Unisex Volume: 980 cubic inches / 16 liter Average Stock Weight: 13 oz / 370 g 840d Ballistic nylon

- Moosejaw

At only 370 grams, the Black Diamond Shot Backpack makes the ideal choice for in-a-day routes, trail runs, or anything else that you barely need any gear for. Why would you lug around a pack that weighs more than everything in it' Black Diamond gave this minimalist bag a removable waist-belt and a small external pocket to hold snacks.

- Backcountry.com

Black Diamond Shot


The Shot has been discontinued.


The Black Diamond Shot is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 24, 2016 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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