Marmot Scree 22


Weight 1 lb 11.24 oz / 772 g
Capacity 1350 cu in / 22 L
Main Material 420d High Tenacity Nylon

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . A daypack that thinks it's a backcountry pack, Marmot's Scree 22 backpack is super durable, has a breathable suspension system, and it even has lash points for your gear, too! Available Colors: AMAZON/LIME, BRICK/TEAM RED, BLACK, GREEN LICHEN.

- Sierra Trading Post

Free Shipping. Marmot Scree FEATURES of the Marmot Scree Padded Laptop Sleeve Fits Most 15in. Computers Internal Pocket Fits Most tablets and E-Readers Hydration Port and Clip for Hanging Reservoir Internal organizer with Key Clip Removable webbing waist Belt Stretch Mesh water Bottle Pockets Dual tool/trekking Pole Attachment Clipping Points with Reflective tape Double Layered Bottom Spacer Airmesh Back Panel and Shoulder Straps SPECIFICATIONS of the Marmot Scree Volume: 1350 cubic inches / 22 liter Weight: 1 lb 11.24 oz / 772 g Access: Panel Load Torso Fit Range: 16-20in. / 41-51 cm Dimension: (H x W x D): 19.5 x 12 x 8.5in. / 50 x 30 x 22 cm Frame Sheet: HD Foam Frame 420d High tenacity Nylon 330d Dobby Nylon Reinforcement: Double Layer 420d High Density Nylon

- Moosejaw

The compact Marmot Scree Backpack features just the right amount of space to house the crucial items you need for the day on trail or a trip to campus. Whether you're packing a few layers, lunch, and a camera, or are toting a laptop and textbooks, the Scree hauls it all with ease.


Think tenacious. The 420d semi dull Oxford weave nylon that comprises the exoskeleton of this overachieving Marmot Scree daypack is practically indestructible. Add to that a spectacular wealth of features normally reserved for high-end backcountry gear and more appointments to handle your daily commute or class schedule, and youve got one of the best values going in 21st century portage.


Marmot Scree 22


The Marmot Scree 22 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 6, 2017 at Sierra Trading Post.

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