Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 46

Specs

Small Medium Large
Weight 3 lb 7 oz / 1.57 kg 3 lb 10 oz / 1.65 kg 3 lb 13 oz / 1.74 kg
Capacity 2575 cu in / 42 L 2800 cu in / 46 L 3050 cu in / 50 L
Dimensions - 28 in X 14 in X 12 in / 71 cm X 36 cm X 30 cm 30 in X 14 in X 12 in / 76 cm X 36 cm X 32 cm
Materials 420D HD Nylon, HardWear™ X-Ply Dyneema®, 840D HT Ballistic Nylon 420D HD Nylon, HardWear™ X-Ply Dyneema®, 840D HT Ballistic Nylon 420D HD Nylon, HardWear™ X-Ply Dyneema®, 840D HT Ballistic Nylon
Waist Range 27 in - 31 in / 69 cm - 79 cm 30 in - 35 in / 76 cm - 89 cm -
Torso Range 15.0 in - 18.0 in / 38 cm - 46 cm 17.0 in - 20.0 in / 43 cm - 51 cm 19.5 in - 22.5 in / 50 cm - 57 cm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 46 BackpackDurable, comfortable and versatile, this is Mountain Hardwears workhorse four-season climbing pack.FeaturesFlexible design concept allows suspension and bag components to be removed to significantly reduce weight when not neededVersatile Alpine suspension provides outstanding stability, comfort and supportHighly functional Alpine Compression Strap System with glove-friendly buckles secures overloads, effectively shrinks pack to minimal volume, and tucks away inside front panel pocket when not neededSkirt extension adds 375 cu. in. 6L of carrying capacity when neededFlapTop design allows pack to be used without the top lid with no compromise in compression or weather-protectionDurable Dyneema front panel offers lash points for all kinds of mountaineering gearRemovable top pocket has webbing loops on top and rope strap underneathSki-friendly feature set including ski loops and shovel space in front pocketCan be upgraded to optional BMG low-profile FitLock hipbelt for extra support with very heavy loads

- US Outdoor Store

Durable, comfortable and versatile, the Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 46 Backpack is a workhorse four-season climbing pack. Flexible design concept allows suspension and bag components to be removed to significantly reduce weight when not needed.-- Versatile Alpine suspension provides outstanding stability, comfort and support-- Highly functional Alpine Compression Strap System with glove-friendly buckles secures overloads, effectively shrinks pack to minimal volume, and tucks away inside front panel pocket when not needed-- Skirt extension adds 375 in^3 (6 liters) of carrying capacity when needed-- FlapTop design allows pack to be used without the top lid with no compromise in compression or weather-protection-- Durable Dyneema front panel offers lash points for all kinds of mountaineering gear-- Removable top pocket has webbing loops on top and rope strap underneath-- Ski-friendly feature set including ski loops and shovel space in front pocket-- Can be upgraded to optional BMG low-profile FitLock hipbelt for extra support with very heavy loads-- Imported

- OMCgear

Designed to get you from base camp to the crag and beyond, Mountain Hardwear's Direttissima 46 is a reliable climbing pack that can be stripped down by removing the suspension and top lid for the lowest weight or extended for added volume. Easily access gear in the top pocket, Dyneema panel with lash points, and front pocket.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's Direttissima 46 climbing backpack has the capacity and toughness to handle the demands of alpine climbers and backcountry skiers. A versatile design lets you remove the stays, framesheet and waistbelt to shave weight when needed. Available Colors: BLACK, BLACK. Sizes: S, M, L.

- Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 46

MSRP:
$200.00

The Mountain Hardwear Direttissima 46 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at OMCgear.

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