REI Venturi 40 Pack - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 3 reviews for other versions of the Venturi 40 Pack. Read all reviews »

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The REI Venturi 40 women's pack will take you from ridgeline to ridgeline in comfort. Free Flow tensioned mesh back panel provides unihibited breathability and alleviates common pressure points. Suspension allows warm air to escape and fresh air to circulate between pack and your back. Lightweight tubular aluminum perimeter frame provides structure without restricting movement, and it keeps pack weight low. Shoulder straps and hipbelt feature perforated foam padding for breathability; they also feature stabilizer straps for setting proper pack position. Precurved shoulder straps and hipbelt match your anatomy for nonbinding comfort, and stabilize and controll lateral movement when you're on the go. Top-loading main compartment has plenty of room for those done-in-a-day trips. 2 pockets on floating lid (1 with a water-repellent zipper) store your map, headlamp, spare batteries and other small equipment. Front panel features a welded, water-repellent zippered pocket for storing often-used gear. Upper stash zip pocket stores small essentials such as keys and cash. Twin hipbelt zip pockets store those small essentials you want at finger tips, such as GPS, digital camera, lip balm and sunscreen. Lightweight twin tool loops and bungee lash straps let you secure trekking poles and ice axes. Hydration-compatible design features reservoir pocket and drink tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir not included). Side compression straps let you cinch down loads for jostle-free carrying. Shoulder straps, hipbelt and short torso-length range fit a woman's contours and profile. Special buy.


REI Women's Venturi 40 Pack


The Women's Venturi 40 Pack has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$89.93 - $129.00

The REI Women's Venturi 40 Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 21, 2011 at REI.

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