Marmot Garmsal

2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

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Great pack! I took this pack on a day hike this weekend…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: top-loading
Size: 2100 ci./35 liters
Number of Pockets: 3 main pockets
Max. Load Carried: 15-20 lbs
Height of Owner: 5'11"
Price Paid: $66

Great pack! I took this pack on a day hike this weekend for its maiden voyage, and it was excellent! I packed it with about 15-20 lbs just to see how it feels with some weight in it. There were times on the hike when I forgot it was on my back.

The Airflow frame system kept my back nice and cool. This pack is listed as a daypack, but I could easily see it used for ultralighting or an overnighter. I would've liked if there were a few more loops or daisies on the outside. Very comfortable. Great product at a great price.

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I'm using it for ultra-light packing. It is a little…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: puts the weight on my hips, cooler back than most!
Size: Just right for ultralight
Number of Pockets: 4
Max. Load Carried: 20
Height of Owner: 5' 11"
Price Paid: $119

I'm using it for ultra-light packing. It is a little heavy at 3 lbs, but I bought it because it's so comfortable it more than makes up for it by putting weight on my hips. Also the material is more durable than some ultra-light packs. I'm carrying 20 lbs and could trail run with it. The hipbelt has carry compartments but is still soft where it counts, the wraparound feature places the load snug on your back.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Hitting the trail on a hot day? Let the Marmot Garmsal Backpack's Airflow frame system keep you cool by channeling air across your back. In addition to your own personal air conditioning, this Marmot pack also provides a place to stash your hydration system so you don't go thirsty. The Garmsal Backpack's 2100cu inch main compartment holds just the right amount of gear for a day at the crags or on the trail. A lid pocket, large front pocket, two side mesh pockets, and two waist-belt pockets keep the smaller stuff well organized and accessible.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Marmot Garmsal is an ultra-light Airflow pack perfectly suited for adventure racing and through-hiking, and not a shabby climbing pack to boot.AirFlow packs are constructed with large open side panels that allow air to flow between the users back and the frame system, eliminating the dreaded sweaty back.The top of the waist belt is constructed behind both the aluminum frame and the HDPE frame sheet.When the belt is buckled and synched, the top of the belt pulls the frame system towards the users back to create a snug fit for added comfort and control.The Marmot Garmsal is an innovative pack designed for adventurous people seeking the best in comfort and innovative technology in a day pac

- CampSaver.com

The Marmot Garmsal Pack hauls a day's worth of hiking or climbing necessities and minimizes sweat buildup with a creative Airflow Frame System. Features Airflowâ„¢ Frame System Airflow Frame System Hydration Pocket and Port Designed to Hold Hydration Pouch Systems Lightweight Compression Strap Split-Wrap Waist Belt Waist Belt Pockets For Convenient, Quick Access Materials: Fabric: 70d Nylon Taffeta RS Volume 34 L (2100 cu in) Weight: 2lb. 15oz.

- OMCgear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Garmsal Pack (Fall 2008) The ultra-light Garmsal Pack by Marmot is perfectly suited for adventure racing and through-hiking, and not a shabby climbing pack to boot. Features: Volume: 2100 cu in / 35 liters Weight: 3 lb / 1.35 kg Airflow frame system Split-Wrap waist belt Lightweight side cinch system Waist belt pockets Hydration pocket and port

- Moosejaw

The lightweight Garmsal comfortably hauls a day's worth of hiking or climbing necessities and minimizes sweat buildup with a creative Airflow Frame System.

- Altrec Outdoors

Marmot Garmsal

Discontinued

The Garmsal has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$61.88 - $119.95

The Marmot Garmsal is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 28, 2009 at Backcountry.com.

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