Columbia Mobex XL

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Specs

Weight 2 lb
Capacity 2013 cu in / 33 L
Dimensions 22.5 in x 10.5 in x 7.75 in
Fabric 20D Nylon Triple Rip™

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Mobex XL page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sometimes you just need a little extra room for your favorite shell or some extra water. The XL in the Columbia Mobex XL Backpack is exactly what that stands for. This packs ultralight weight is made possible by the Flex Frame construction which, like your tent, uses a network of flexible poles to give the pack shape and support. But unlike your tent this pack is designed to spring back to shape even if you take a spill. A clamshell main compartment makes it easy to access things even in the bottom of the pack. The packs nylon shell is water-repellent so sudden cloudbursts wont be an issue. And lightweight breathable shoulder straps make carrying your load comfortable.

- Backcountry.com

Designed for when you need a little more; more food, and more safety gear, the Columbia Titanium Mobex XL Backpack is still lightweight, fast, and action-ready. as the original Mobex. A clamshell main zipper allows the main compartment to peal back to its base for complete visible access to everything inside. Interior contents are kept neatly in place by cargo netting dividers. Omni-Shield(R)-armed material on the pack's back deters moisture, grit, and grime.

- Altrec Outlet

Darkness is falling and the checkpoint’s nowhere in sight; it’s time to pull out the headlamp and persevere. The Mobex XL features a beefed up cargo area for times when you need a little more; more food, more equipment, and more safety gear. However, it’s as lightweight, fast, and action-ready as the original Mobex. Our groundbreaking Flex Frame features a comfortable-wearing network of flexible poles that provide featherweight structure (no more dumpy pack!) and spring back to life when crushed. In a race, there’s no time to waste fumbling around in your bag. A clamshell main zipper allows the main compartment to peal back to its base for complete visible access to everything inside. However, nothing will come tumbling out, because interior contents are kept neatly in place by cargo netting dividers. A sleek, Omni-Shield-armed material on the pack’s back deters moisture, grit, and grime. FEATURES: Fabric: 20D nylon Triple Rip, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Hydration compatible, Flex Frame with tool loops, Wide hip belt for support, featuring side-mounted buckle that won’t dig into your stomach when you bend over, Quick-draw water bottle holder, Easily accessible zip-closed bottom pocket great for energy bars and sunscreen, Lightweight, breathable shoulder straps promote airflow and prevent overheating, Ultra-light construction, Slick, no-snag exterior, Multi-use clips great for compasses and keys, Dimensions: 22.5” x 10.5” x 7.75”, 2013 cu.in./33L , Weight: 2lbs, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Mobex XL BackpackDarkness is falling and the checkpoint's nowhere in sight; it's time to pull out the headlamp and persevere. The Mobex XL features a beefed up cargo area for times when you need a little more; more food, more equipment, and more safety gear.However, it's as lightweight, fast, and action-ready as the original Mobex. Our groundbreaking Flex Frame(TM) features a comfortable-wearing network of flexible poles that provide featherweight structure (no more dumpy pack!) and spring back to life when crushed. In a race, there's no time to waste fumbling around in your bag. A clamshell main zipper allows the main compartment to peal back to its base for complete visible access to everything inside. However, nothing will come tumbling out, because interior contents are kept neatly in place by cargo netting dividers. A sleek, Omni-Shield(R)-armed material on the pack's back deters moisture, grit, and grime.Features

- River Sports Outfitters

Columbia Mobex XL

MSRP:
$119.00

The Columbia Mobex XL is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 21, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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