Sierra Designs Sorcery 55

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To put it bluntly the Sierra Designs Sorcery 55 Backpack is a designer's adolescent fantasy. Every bell and whistle is included, this pack is light and it has a harness system so comfortable you'll consider trading an appendage to have it on every pack you own. Furthermore, gear-specific attachment points allow you to carry skis, crampons, ice axes, your gps and more. The gearheads at Sierra Designs even built-in an emergency bivy pad. Who does that'!


Sierra Designs' Sorcery 55 Pack features ice axe and ski loops, a crampon pocket and an easy to access fleece lined optics pocket, you can keep your gear safe and close by no matter what backcountry conditions you tackle.


Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Sorcery 50 Pack DECENT FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Sorcery 50 Pack Thermo-molded, S-curve shoulder straps Thermo-molded, pre-curved waistbelt Snow-shedding backpanel Forward-pull waistbelt adjustment Single aluminum stay HDPE frame sheet Removable hipbelt Removable frame sheet Hydration Ready Security Pocket with Key Clip Fleece-lined Optics Pocket Storm Collar Ice Axe Loops Crampon Pocket Radio/GPS Attachment Points 3-point Haul System Emergency Bivy Pad Gear-Racking Ski Loops The SPECS of the Sierra Designs Sorcery 50 Pack Load Capacity: 50 lbs 630 D Nylon 840 D Nylon The SPECS for S/M Torso Fit Range: 16-18.5in. Volume: 3100 cubic inches Weight: 4 lbs 10 oz Dimension: 29 x 14 x 14in. The SPECS for M/L Torso Fit Range: 18-20.5in. Volume: 3350 cubic inches Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz Dimension: 30 x 14 x 14in.

- Moosejaw

Engineered for the alpinist carrying a full load of gear for a long day's ascent.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Sierra Designs Sorcery 55

previously retailed for:
$99.95 - $229.95

The Sierra Designs Sorcery 55 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 27, 2015 at

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