JanSport Endeavor Approach

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Used this bag a couple times so far. Plenty of space…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: Top Loading
Size: 2400 ci
Number of Pockets: 2
Max. Load Carried: 35 lbs
Height of Owner: 5'11''
Price Paid: $65

Used this bag a couple times so far. Plenty of space to hold all your day goods plus the emergency stuff you need in the winter. The Ice Axe loops are nice and sturdy. The bag fits comfortably and moves well with the body.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Jansport Endeavor Approach Backpack is designed for technical ice climbing and winter day ascents. This two-compartment pack has a roll-top buckle-down design to keep your gear protected from the elements. A laminated, compression molded harness, waist belt, and back panel ensure a comfortable fit. The compression straps of the Approach keep the weight tight against your back and over your center of gravity, so your pack isn't moving around while you're swinging your tools. Glow-in-the-dark ring-pull zippers are a nice addition to the Approach for those overnighters or early morning ascents.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Jansport's Approach Endeavor backpack features tear-resistant VX-07 SaiLcloth and Cordura(R) exteriors for rugged alpine ascents. Designed for winter ascents or technical ice climbing Internal frame aluminum stay Adjustable suspension Compression straps Roll top Main compartment Side zip pocket for easy-access items Gear loops and lash points Side mesh pockets Two ice axe holders Glow-in-the-dark zip pulls Hydration bladder compatible Fits torsos: 19-21” Size: 24- x14x11- ” Capacity: 2450 cu.i. Weight: 2 lb. 11 oz. Fabric: VX-07 SaiLcloth and Cordura(R) CLOSEOUTS . Vietnam.

- Sierra Trading Post

JanSport Endeavor Approach

Discontinued

The Endeavor Approach has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$69.95 - $96.20

The JanSport Endeavor Approach is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 3, 2007 at Backcountry.com.

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