The Delta Pack is a compact, versatile pack that is comfortable to carry. This pack is great to take to the crags, or on a weekend alpine climb. Weighing in at 25 oz. with a price tag of $230. Great pack and good value. The Delta Pack is the ideal size for an overnight alpine climb or a trekking pack. I used the Delta Pack for three weeks to hike into base camp from the road in the Himalayas. I have also used the pack for approaches to the crags and lightweight alpine climbs. The exterior straps… Full review
This small, efficient pack does it all. It carries loads from light trail hiking essentials to heavy cragging gear with aplomb. But mostly, its biggest asset is it has everything you need and nothing you don't — combined with impeccable craftsmanship. All the stitches are strong and reinforced, attachment points that may carry more than their share of the load get an extra reinforcement of fabric from within the pack. I would have never guessed that a pack so light and minimal would hold so much… Full review
The Figure Four Delta pack does just what an alpine pack should... it allows you to completely forget you have a pack on. I have enjoyed the Delta pack for rock, ice and alpine climbing over the last 6 months. For rock, the pack gobbles up gear and the rope fits handily under the lid. The lid is big enough for the super sized lunches that long days of cragging require. When you approach on more technical terrain or climb in the mountains on long moderate routes, the Delta simply isn't in the way… Full review
I've been using the Figure Four Delta pack for the past few months and it is a great simple design, for technical mountaineering and ice climbing. The ice tool holder on the bag is great for stacking tools, most packs don't have a convenient way to attach a third tool. Also it carries heavy loads like a dream, if it fits in the pack it will carry great. I think some of this has to do with the compression straps holding the ice tools and crampons directly and pulling the load to the framesheet. It… Full review
The Figure Four Omega Pack is an awesome all-round pack.The pack I'm using is actually a prototype, which I got from Steve at Figure Four before the release of the final product. My favorite aspect of the pack is its versatility. I've owned this pack for about six months and used it for local cragging, overnight backpacking, snowshoeing day trips and some low-key mountaineering. It has enough support to pack gear for an overnight trip, but is light enough, and compresses so effectively that it's… Full review
Figure Four was founded in 2008 with the release of its Omega Pack. Figure Four manufactures all of its packs in the state of Washington and to the best of its capabilities strives to use U.S. made raw materials.