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CAMP USA's all about efficiency, and the X3 600 30L Backpack is a testament to their single-mindedness. Perfect for long-distance skimo races, all-day ski mountaineering, and longer tours, the X3 is constructed from extremely light and durable fabrics, giving it a fighting weight of just over two pounds, but it certainly doesn't sacrifice features to shave ounces. CAMP's biggest ski-pack innovation is their Xpress Wire ski carrying system, which uses an extendable loop and wire to let you attach and remove skis to your pack without having to take it off, saving you the considerable hassle of having to break your gear down every time you need to switch from skinning to bootpacking. The X3 also has highly accessible mesh skin pockets to aid in quick transitions, and a specially-designed shovel and avalanche tool pocket to keep your essential gear organized and close at hand. It's also pretty miserable to have to operate your pack with frozen fingers, so CAMP used their exclusive EZ OP pull-tab buckles on the waist and chest straps, making them easy to open with gloved hands or cold fingers.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Camp USA X3 600+ Pack FEATURES of the Camp USA X3 600+ Pack New light, strong and durable fabric New patterns and colors X-Press Wire ski carrying system Open mesh pocket for skins Detachable hip belt pocket Internal zip pocket for essentials Hidden ice axe carriers New EZ OP buckles on chest strap and waist belt

- Moosejaw

Intended for light and fast backcountry forays with enough capacity for a longer trip, CAMP???s X3 600 backpack???s low weight and can be stripped down to a mere 17 ounces when needed. Don???t let this lightweight fool you ??? it???s a true alpine pack with a ski carry system, ice tool and rope carriers, and large mesh pockets.

- Mountain Gear

CAMP X3 600


The CAMP X3 600 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at

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