High Sierra Spire 2500

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit High Sierra's Spire 2500 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The High Sierra Spire 2500 is a 25 liter snow pack with a panel-load main compartment, quick-release adjustable tuck-away webbing straps for vertical snowboard carry, adjustable webbing straps on the top and bottom for diagonal ski carry, a large zippered front pocket holds a shovel blade and essential snow tools, s-shaped shoulder straps with high-density foam padding, an adjustable sternum strap, a removable media pocket, an internal hydration reservoir sleeve, an insulated hydration tube pocket on the shoulder strap keeps water from freezing, a single contoured aluminum frame bar adjusts to fit the shape of your back, a padded back panel, an adjustable waist belt, a tricot-lined pocket holds goggles, soft lashing hardware holds an ice ax or hiking poles, and dual side pockets hold beverages or gear.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Whether you're day hiking the banks of the Tuolumne River at 2500 feet or skiing spring corn at 8000 feet, the High Sierra Spire 2500 Backpacking Backpack will carry your gear with ease. This internal frame pack has a single contoured aluminum stay to help distribute the load while the contoured shoulder straps go easy on your back. The zippered main compartment has an internal hydration sleeve and carries 25 liters of stuff while the straps on the front will carry a snowboard or skis while you hike a backcountry peak. A snow tool pocket keeps you organized and ready and a tricot-lined accessory pocket protects your goggles or iPod.

- Altrec Outlet

High Sierra Spire 2500

previously retailed for:
$46.95 - $139.95

The High Sierra Spire 2500 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 12, 2017 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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