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Designed for the Alpinist seeking 'Green' perfection. The Phoenix by Mountainsmith is engineered for oversize loads and ambitious adventures. The ultra-comfortable Load Dispersion Technology suspension system distributes weight effectively to enable freedom of movement over difficult terrain. A separate sleeping bag compartment, and tool mounts keep gear organized and accessible. Features: Independently adjustable shoulder straps. Elastic sternum strap and bite valve catch. Tool attachment points. Four adjusters for effective load dispersion. Webbing keepers. Hydration compatible with single exit port. Pivoting waistbelt with dual-density foam. Recyclable HDPE sheet for support. Zippered pocket on waistbelt. Molded air channel back panel. Top compression strap for climbing rope attachment. Collared storm shield with draw cord closure. Four compression straps with quick-release hardware. Vertical snowboard carry. A-Frame ski carry. Trekking pole mounts. Multi-use compression system. Map sleeve. Two pleated and angled water bottle pockets fit 32 oz water bottles. Fabrics: 100% Recycled PET fabric. Sustainable Bio-Polymer buckles and hardware. 100% Recycled PET zippers. 450d PET Nailhead recycled body fabric. 840d Recycled PET reinforcements. 150d Recycled PET rip stop lining. Recycled air mesh back panel. Zippered pocket on the waistbelt. 100% Recycled PET webbing and binding. Specifications: Dimensions: 33" x 12.5" x 11.5" [84 x 32 x 29 cm]. Weight: 5 lbs 8 oz [2.49 kg]. Volume: 4211 cu. in [69 L]. Fit Range: 17" - 20" [43 - 51 cm]. Extended Volume: 5675 cu. in. [93 L].
- Appalachian Outdoors
Mountainsmith constructed the Phoenix Pack from recycled materials to help save the same mountains that you use it travel into. This pack uses Mountainsmith's Load Dispersion Technology suspension system to ensure total comfort whether you just left the car or you're already a week into the backcountry. A recycled HDPE framesheet increases support for long trips when you have to load the Pheonix Pack to the brim and then bust out a ten-mile hike to the next camp.