|Weight||4 lb 8 oz||4 lb 9 oz|
|Capacity||2350 cu in / 40 L||2500 cu in / 42 L|
|Width||13 in||13 in|
|Length||29 in||30 in|
|Height||11 in||11 in|
|Load Capacity||40 lb||40 lb|
|Torso Fit Range||16 in - 18.5 in||18 in - 20.5 in|
|Suspension||Fixed Length, Internal||Fixed Length, Internal|
|Body Fabric||630D Nylon||630D Nylon|
|Reinforcement Fabric||840D Nylon||840D Nylon|
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The Mountain Khakis Women's Downtown Snap Down Jacket proves that puffies look great in the city too. Made with a DWR-coated, high-density nylon faille shell, the Downtown Snap resists abrasion and icicle drips while 630-fill goose down insulation keeps you warm on chilly nights. The polyester taffeta lining feels flush next to your skin, and the jacket's contemporary fit includes a drop-tail hem for extra coverage and a quilted pattern that adds feminine flair.
With an emergency bivy pad, gear racking, crampon pocket, ice axe loops, hipbelt snap-or-snack pockets, radio/GPS attachment points, and a multitude of access points, the Sierra Designs Ministry 40 Backpack is more than ready to hold everything you need for your approach to the crag. Whether bouldering with a few buddies, sending a new trad route, or ice climbing in the middle of the night, this backpack has you and your climbing necesities in mind.
- Altrec Outdoors
Sporting plenty of gear-racking gadgets, ski carry loops and an emergency bivvy pad, the Ministry 40 pack comfortably hauls enough gear for climbing cracks or tackling snowy high-altitude adventures.
CLOSEOUTS . The ideal four-season pack for year-round adventurers, Sierra Designsand#39; Ministry 40 backpack holds your skis, crampons and ice axe in snowy conditions, and trekking poles, climbing and camping gear in warmer weather. Available Colors: RUST, ROCK. Sizes: S/M, M/L.
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