ALPS Mountaineering Caldera 75

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Boasting dual aluminum frame stays and a generous 4,500-cu.-in. capacity, Alps Mountaineerings Caldera 75L Backpack lets you explore trails for days. Padding on the shoulder straps extend all the way to the back to cushion your load over the long haul. Lycra-spandex-covered suspension straps keep you feeling balanced over difficult trails, while an internal horizontal divider makes it simple to organize your load for balance and convenience. Top-load design has a drawcord closure and an extendable top lid. Large zipper provides simple access to the main compartment from the front. Top pocket converts to a fanny pack for exploring once youve reached camp. Sleeping-bag compartment is easily accessible through a no. 0 zipper. Lashing points and multiple compression straps let you attach items to the exterior. Hydration-reservoir compatible with water ports on both sides. Stretch pockets on the side securely hold water bottles. Comes with both a small and XL removable padded waistbelt with pockets. Rain cover keeps your camp gear dry when hiking through surprise storms. Bungee attachment for trekking poles along with trekking pole loops and tip-keeper rings. Convenient safety whistle built into the sternum strap buckle. 100% polyester. Imported. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Gender: Unisex. Type: Hiking Backpacks.

- Cabela's

ALPS Mountaineering Backpacking Packs Caldera 75 L Backpack-Charcoal 2433801.

- CampSaver.com

Explore in well-equipped comfort with the ultra-capable ALPS Mountaineering Caldera 75 Backpack. With tons of smart design and organized cargo space, you can carry everything you need for a trip of reasonably epic proportions. Lightweight dual aluminum stays and a fully padded harness system support, stabilize, and distribute the load for optimal carrying comfort, while an adjustable suspension makes the Caldera comfortable for people of different sizes. ALPS hooked the Caldera up with an extendable drawcord lid, a top pocket that converts to a hip pack for quick peak-pushes, and tons of compression straps to lock down your load, along with water bottle pockets and a hydration sleeve to keep you well-lubricated on the trail. There's also an internal divider and rain cover, and a big ol' sleeping bag pocket to help you when you're packing up.

- Backcountry.com

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