Columbia Silver Ridge 25L

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Comfortably carry a day's worth of trail necessities in the Columbia Silver Ridge 25 Backpack. Cushy Techlite shoulder straps take the pressure off your shoulders, while the dual trekking pole carry system keeps your poles out of the way when you don't need them. A hydration sleeve for your three-liter reservoir (not included) and two side pockets ensure that you won't run out of water halfway through a long hike.

- Backcountry.com

210D nylon spike ripstop, stretch woven airmesh, 600D junior ballistic polyester. Features include: Omni-Shield advanced repellency. Techlite shoulder straps, Foam padded back for comfort and support, compression straps, sternum straps with recue whistle, dual water bottle pockets, 3L hydration compatible, tool loops.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Key Features of the Columbia Silver Ridge 25L PackSternum strap with rescue whistleTechlite shoulder straps3L hydration compatibleFoam padded back panelCompression strapsOmni-shield advanced repellentColumbia Silver Ridge 25L PackThe Columbia Silver Ridge 25L Pack is the backpack capable of accommodating all your essentials, for a day's hike. Its main compartment has a large capacity of 25 liters, to hold all your stuff. A tough tear-resistant Omni-Shield 210D nylon material and 600D Junior Ballistic polyester, make� it ideal for the outdoors. Experience maximum airflow and coolness on hot days, thanks to its stretch woven airmesh design. Carry enough water for your trip using its dual bottle pockets. Convenient tool loops allow� you to carry all your tools and equipment with you.� A foam padded back panel and the Techlite shoulder straps offer� you total� comfort and support. Get the Columbia Silver Ridge 25L Pack today!

- SunnySports

Columbia Silver Ridge 25L

previously retailed for:
$44.98 - $79.16

The Columbia Silver Ridge 25L is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 13, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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