REI Traverse Pack

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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 7 reviews for other versions of the Traverse Pack. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

Visit REI's Traverse Pack page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The countoured backpanel of the REI Traverse daypack will have you traipsing along the trails in organized comfort. Women-specific fit with shoulder straps positioned closer together and an anatomic shape through bust area. Molded-foam back panel is designed to improve body contact comfort, with channels for air circulation to keep your back cool and dry. Contoured, padded shoulder straps and waistbelt wrap around to offer comfortable support under pack load. Internal sleeve accommodates the hydration reservoir of your choice(sold separately); dual exit ports route drinking tube on either side of pack. HDPE framesheet helps support heavy loads and protects your back from bulky or pointy items. Front essentials compartment has a water-resistant zipper and a mesh pocket for important items such as multi-tool, headlamp or compass. Top pocket with water-resistant zipper has room to stash smaller items such as credit cards, ID, loose change and keys. Mesh "cockpit" pocket on waistbelt provides a handy place for frequently-accessed items such as sunscreen, lip balm or snacks. Side mesh pocket creates convenient storage and on-the-go access to water bottle, sunscreen, snacks or small electronics. Side compression straps let you cinch down loads for jostle-free carrying. Front panel lash points give you the option to strap on bulky gear; single ice axe loop stows away when not in use, tucking away into bottom slot. Constructed of 630-denier nylon oxford, offering high abrasion resistance with low weight; polyurethane coating for weather resistance. Overstock.

- REI

REI Women's Traverse Pack

previously retailed for:
$19.83 - $54.93

The REI Women's Traverse Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 16, 2011 at REI.

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