Marmot Ukiah 28

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Specs

Weight 2 lb 15 oz / 1332 g
Capacity 1725 cu in / 28 L
Main Material 10d Double Diamond Ripstop Nylon, 210d Nail Head Nylon
Reinforcement Material 420d High Density Nylon

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Ukiah 28 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The slim profile Marmot Ukiah 28 backpack, combined with an Airflow back panel technology, make for a seriously comfortable panel-loading pack that's ideal for daylong excursions in the high country, and works just as well for multi-day climbs or other ultra-light action.

- Mountain Gear

The Marmot Ukiah 28 Backpack is a lean (but never mean), backpacking machine. The low-profile design and ventilating support system are great for lightweight out-and-back hikes in warm weather or all-day adventures when you don't want to overheat. Its compact size and burly construction make it a great option for backcountry and urban use.

- Backcountry.com

A slim profile, combined with the Airflow back panel technology, make for a seriously comfortable panel-loading pack that's ideal for daylong excursions in the high country, and works just as well for multi-day climbs or other ultra-light action. Seemingly minor details like reflective lash points won't seem so minor when you're setting up camp by lamplight!

- SunnySports

On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Ukiah 28 Pack DECENT FEATURES of the Marmot Ukiah 28 Pack Airflow Back Panel Side Compression Straps Hydration Sleeve with Hanging Zippered Pocket Panel Loader for Easy Access Single Ice Axe Attachment Stowable Rain Fly Padded Waist Belt with Dual Mesh Zippered Pockets Reflective Lash Points Stretch Mesh Bottle Pockets The SPECS Materials: 210d Double Diamond Ripstop Nylon, 210d Nail Head Nylon Reinforcement: 420d High Density Nylon Weight: 2 lbs 15 oz / 1332 g Volume: 1725 cubic inches / 28 liters

- Moosejaw

Marmot Ukiah 28

MSRP:
$119.00

The Marmot Ukiah 28 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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