VauDe Hidalgo 45+10

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Yeah, kids are smaller, with shorter torsos and anatomies different than adults, but that doesn't mean that for long treks and hikes they don't need a pack with big performance capabilities. Vaude designed the Kids' Hidalgo 45 plus 10 Backpack to give serious youth hikers everything they desire in a pack while providing them with an ideal fit and comfort for those long days on the trail. Vaude's Tergolight suspension system features an aluminum frame with rapid variable adjustable shoulder pads and straps, fitting perfectly to the wearer's torso length for stable, optimal load distribution. The Hidalgo's variable lid height allows for additional packing room when needed, but it maintains a low-profile when not needed. A variety of pockets and attachment points provide plenty of organization capability.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Vaude Kids' Hidalgo 45+10L Pack DECENT FEATURES of the Vaude Kids' Hidalgo 45+10L Pack Variable lid height Zip pocket in the lid Gear attachment Side compression straps Integrated outside pockets 2 outer mesh pockets Floor compartment Sternum strap Opening for hydration system The SPECS of the Vaude Kids' Hidalgo 45+10L Pack Weight: 1.59 kg 100% Polyester 600 D Polyurethane coated Lining: 100% Polyester 200 D Polyurethane coated Rain Cover: 100% Polyamide 190 T Polyurethane coated

- Moosejaw

VauDe Hidalgo 45+10

previously retailed for:
$95.97 - $149.95

The VauDe Hidalgo 45+10 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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