REI Quick UL 45 Pack

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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Quick UL 45 Pack. Read all reviews »

Retailers' Descriptions

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This women's overnight / weekend pack provides a balanced mix of light weight, organization and durability while letting you hike in comfort. Women-specific fit with shoulder straps placed closer together and shaped through the bust, plus hipbelt padding that aligns with a woman's hipbones. Molded-foam lumbar pad and patented DelrinĀ® rod hipbelt construction redirect weight out of lumbar area and onto the hips, distributing it evenly. New lightweight tubular aluminum frame system provides structure without restricting movement. REI-exclusive internal cord compression system pulls the load in with one tug, eliminating external straps and buckles. With a rip-and-stick torso adjustment, shoulder strap system easily slides on pack's center frame to fit torsos of varying lengths. Multiple lash points let you strap on bulky gear (like a bear-proof canister) or add your own bungee system. Simple, lightweight tool attachments let you quickly stash trekking poles and ice axes. Inner sleeve holds your hydration reservoir (sold separately); dual ports allow tube to route over either shoulder. Zippered top pocket and large, gusseted mesh side pockets let you stash items for quick access. Map pocket underneath lid; front pocket with water-resistant, off-set zipper lets you stash valuables away from the elements. Hipbelt has two pockets for easy on-the-go access to necessities such as snacks and navigation tools. New, 140-denier nylon ripstop construction provides increased durability without added weight; polyurethane coating for weather resistance.

- REI

REI Women's Quick UL 45 Pack

Discontinued

The Women's Quick UL 45 Pack has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$34.83

The REI Women's Quick UL 45 Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 18, 2009 at REI.

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