currently retails for:
$95.40 - $249.00
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Design: Carry-On, W/ Pack straps
Size: 2,835 cu.in.
Number of Pockets: 3 (1 main, 1 secondary, 1 small internal)
Max. Load Carried: 45 lbs
Height of Owner: 6'3"
Price Paid: $250 CDN
This isn't really a pack, but it is so good that I had to let people know. Like its name indicates, it is mainly a carry-on bag, and has a very good shoulder strap. It does have hidden pack shoulder straps and a hip belt. This can all be hidden so they are not a problem.
I went away this summer for two months and it carried ALL my regular clothes. (I happily discovered this when I did laundry.) It has internal ladder-lock straps that are impossible to break. I literally yanked on them as hard as i could. This bag holds an incredible amount of stuff, and doesn't have big 'steal-me' Patagonia logos on it. Very nice piece, good for when you have to come down the mountain and get domestic. Useable for crossover also, or when in a jam. Get it.
made by Patagonia.
It has an average rating of 5 stars (out of 5), based on 1 user review
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