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High Sierra Lightning 35

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High Sierra Lightning 35 BackpackIf you need a large bag for hiking for the outdoors, then you need the High Sierra Lightning 35 Backpack. It has a massive 9.2 gallon top-load compartment with drawstring closure and an adjustable top lid. This bag was designed with comfort in mind, featuring contoured backpack straps, VAPEL mesh padding, as well as adjustable compression waist and sternum straps. The stretched mesh back panel is part of an air flow system to keep you cool by removing moisture and sweat from between your back and the bag. It has a webbing daisy chain to attach extra tools and soft lashing hardware that hold an ice axe or hiking poles. A padded grab handle allows you to carry the bag from the front, while a built-in internal hydration reservoir sleeve with dual exit ports for tubes, allows you to keep hydrated. You must purchase the reservoir separately. The media pocket on the strap keeps your technology close at hand, while zippered waist belt pockets keep snacks and tools conveniently close. The dual mesh pockets are capable of carrying 1 liter bottles for an extra water supply. A tucked away rain cover is available, in case it rains. This High Sierra Lightning 35 Backpack has everything you need for any outing.

- SunnySports

35-liter, top-load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid. Contoured backpack straps, with adjustable load- lifters and VAPEL mesh padding, are uniquely shaped to fit regular sized torso.

- Rocky Mountain Trail