Mile High Mountaineering Powerkeg 32

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On Sale. Free Shipping. MHM Powderkeg 32L Pack FEATURES of the MHM Powerkeg 32 Pack M-Flex Access suspension system VariCant dual-pivoting/adjustable hip belt VersaHaul snowboard and ski carry system EPO reinforced front and side-panels Soft-lined goggle pocket Quick-release shoulder straps Perforated foam back panel, shoulder straps and hip belt Back panel access Large organized shovel and snow tools pocket Deployable ice-axe straps 10 pockets + main compartment 4 poly-tube gear loops SPECIFICATIONS of the MHM Powerkeg 32 Pack Volume: 32 liter Weight: 3 lbs 8 oz Number of stays: 1 wire perimeter frame Main Pack Fabric: 315 denier ripstop Invista Cordura Plus, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR Bottom Fabric: 840 denier Invista Cordura HD, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR POP Color Fabric: 210 denier HT honeycomb Kolon, Nylon 6.6, 80 g PU/DWR

- Moosejaw

If you spend a lot of days in the backcountry, you know that having options is a good thing. With its VersaHaul carry system, the MHM PowderKeg 32 Backpack allows you to tote your skis or snowboard any way you want. The unique M-flex suspension provides ample support while still allowing you to access the main compartment from the backpanel, and the VariCant hip-belt flexes and pivots for unrestricted motion when you make your hard-earned descent.


Mile High Mountaineering Powerkeg 32

previously retailed for:
$174.99 - $208.95

The Mile High Mountaineering Powerkeg 32 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 2, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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