Columbia Silver Ridge 30L
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This lightweight, performance-packed day tripper is built to keep up with fast-paced trekking, featuring the featherweight strength of Techlite shoulder straps, an integrated rainfly, and specialized gear loops on the exterior front for holding trekking poles and other essential gear. Technology: OMNI-SHIELDResist Rain and Stains, TECHLITELightweight Cushioning and Support, Construction: Omni-Shield advanced repellency shields packâs contents from the weather, Backdraft ventilated back panel, Everyday Techlite L.O.A.D. shoulder straps for featherweight cushioning and support, 3L hydration compatible, Sternum strap with rescue whistle, Gear loops for trekking poles, Integrated pack rain fly, Dimensions: 20â x 13â x 9â, Imported, Fabric: Omni-Shield 210D nylon spike ripstop, 420D nylon oxford, 600D junior ballistic polyester, hypalon, stretch woven,
The straps are made from Techlite(TM), an ultra-light compound we borrowed from our footwear and molded around super-strong mesh inserts, with a soft cushioning layer on the interior for comfort. The result is unprecedented breathability and featherweight strength. When you're sweating it out on a steep uphill, your back will stay cool and dry thanks the Backdraft(TM) back panel-featuring directional foam conduits that allow hot air to rise and be replaced by cooler air. Omni-Shield(R) advanced repellency wards off sprinkles, and an integrated rainfly can be employed when the real rain hits. Stretch webbing makes a great stash spot for sweatshirts and rainwear, and specialized gear loops on the exterior front hold trekking poles and other essential gear.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Columbia engineered the Silver Ridge 30 Daypack for maximum comfort on a long day's hike in the backcountry. New Techlite shoulder straps offer outstanding comfort, breathability and lightweight strength, while the angled foam channels in the innovative Backdraft ventilated back panel allow hot air to escape. And while it may not seem like a big deal to arrive at the summit without sore shoulders or a soggy backwell, yeah, it is a big deal.