EMS Peakbagger 40
Awesome pack. Had it on a trip in the Adirondacks…
Design: front and top loading
Size: 2500 cu
Number of Pockets: 8 or 9
Max. Load Carried: 55-60 lbs
Height of Owner: 6 ft
Awesome pack. Had it on a trip in the Adirondacks first week in January. Went down to -16 degrees F and none of the clips or straps broke on the pack (which I have had happen to other packs in temperatures in the teens). Strong, durable, and really comfortable.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Lightweight, durable, and packing 2,550 cubic inches of cargo space with hydration compatibility, here's a perfect companion for a day or two outside. Access from top, front, and side stretch pockets makes this backpack a great choice for climbers, hikers, and skiers. Molded, removable I -beam framesheet provides lightweight support and comfort. Contoured, breathable Brock foam straps and hip belt. Dual-density mesh back panel makes for a cooler carry. Hydration compatible with port and sleeve. Daisy chain and tool loops for carrying extra gear. Front and top access into pack. Large side mesh pockets and stretch water bottle pockets. Safety whistle on sternum strap.
- EMS refers to the men's version