Sierra Designs Sorcery 55

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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.

- CampSaver.com

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'!

- Backcountry.com

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 October 10, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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