Petzl Transport

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Free Shipping. Petzl Transport Pack FEATURES of the Petzl Transport Pack Waistbelt, shoulder straps and back panel are padded for comfort Upper flap with inside identification card pocket Welded construction for greater strength (PVC free) Cordlock closure easy to manipulate, designed for difficult environments Side and top handles for carrying by hand Upper loop for hauling Inside loop for suspending pack in open position

- Moosejaw

Petzl TRANSPORT 45L Pack - The TRANSPORT 45L Pack by Petzl is a durable large-capacity backpack. Its padded shoulder straps, back panel and waistbelt are extremely comfortable during carriage. PVC-free welded construction offers greater strength and the cordlock closure is easy to manipulate and is designed for difficult environments. The side and top handles are perfect for carrying by hand. The upper loop is for hauling while the inside loop is used for suspending the pack in open position for easy access. The upper flap features an inside identification card pocket just in case. The Petzl TRANSPORT 45L Pack is burly and tough, ready to take on your adventures.

- Outdoorplay

Petzl's Transport Pack is all about hauling... everything. This large-volume, 45 liter pack has one large main compartment with an elasticized top lid with a buckle for secure closure. Welded seams add strength to this design and the padded waist belt, shoulder straps, and backpanel make load bearing more comfortable.

- Mountain Gear

Petzl Transport


The Petzl Transport is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 19, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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