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Mountainsmith Cross Country II

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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Cross Country II. Read all reviews »

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The Mountainsmithâ„¢ women's Cross Country II backpack is great for peak bagging, with ice tools loops and a removable daypack for alpine assaults. Padded, S-curved, adjustable shoulder straps are ergonomically designed for a woman's body, and help to stabilize the load for greater comfort. Fully adjustable torso length lets you customize the fit; dual-density foam waistbelt helps transfer the weight of the load to your hips. Airmesh suspension lining provides ventilation between you and the pack to minimize build up of body heat and perspiration. Removable front pocket converts to daypack, perfect for carrying the 10 Essentials during sojourns from base camp. Top- and panel-loading access allows easy entry into the roomy main compartment. Comes with an inside sleeve for holding your hydration reservoir; provides an exit portal on each side for the hydration tube. Mesh pockets keep water and power drinks handy for those who prefer water bottles; pockets are angled so there's no fighting to get bottle out. The top lid pocket is removable and has three pockets to stash maps, energy bars and other items you might want in a hurry. Side and bottom compression straps snug the load to minimize shifting and optimize center of gravity. Closeout.


Mountainsmith Women's Cross Country II


The Women's Cross Country II has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$99.93 - $159.99

The Mountainsmith Women's Cross Country II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 19, 2006 at REI.

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