Mountain Hardwear Summitrocket 30

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The Mountain Hardwear SummitRocket 30 Backpack is made of ultralight materials and versatile design make for the perfect daypack for the serious alpinist climbing uber-fast.

- CampSaver.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear SummitRocket 30 Backpack FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear SummitRocket 30 Backpack Compression molded back panel is comfortable, sheds snow and ventilates HardWave framesheet provides comfortable carry, but is removable to reduce weight Dual daisies and ice axe cradles create versatile tool lashing opportunities Large zip top provides easy access to main compartment Versatile compression system secures climbing gear and overloads, but can be removed to reduce weight when not needed Front and rear grab loops are both clip secure Horizontal daisy chains on lower sides of pack offer clip points for gear and quick stash loops for ice axes

- Moosejaw

Ultralight materials and versatile design make for the perfect daypack for the serious alpinist climbing uber-fast.

- Mountain Hardwear

Ultralight materials combine with versatile design to create a high-performance pack for the expedition alpinist pushing The Mountain Hardwear Summit Rocket 30 to the limits. The Summit Rocket features a minimalist, versatile, effective Alpine UL suspension which includes a removable HardWave framesheet, removable lightweight hipbelt, and removable 48 x 20 pad. The versatile compression system secures climbing gear and overloads, but can also be removed to reduce weight when not needed. Horizontal daisy chains on lower sides of pack offer clip points for gear and quick stash loops for ice axes.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Mountain Hardwear designed the Summitrocket 30 Daypack to haul your alpine climbing essentials without weighing you down. Not only does the Summitrocket sport some serious innovation and smart features, but Mountain Hardwear had the foresight to make many of them removable so they wouldn't add weight when you weren't using them.

- Backcountry.com