Exped Mountain Pro 50

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Exped Climb Mountain Pro 50 Pack-Black-Large 7640120118419. Refined lightweight and weatherproof single compartment pack for multi-day trips developed in collaboration with professional mountain guides. A durable and versatile all-rounder. A large front stash sleeve and vertical zipper pocket offers additional storage space. Available in two torso lengths.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Exped Mountain Pro 50 Pack Alpine pack refined to the basics Taped seams, weatherproof construction, large stash pockets Close to body Fit, superb flexibility and freedom of movement Low profile never restricts head movement even with helmet Extensive removable Features save up to 14 oz / 400 g 5 daisy chains for numerous attachment points Dual ice axe loops, haul loop, internal pouch and gear loops All adjustable straps have velcro tidies to keep the strap ends from flapping in the wind Ice axe diagonally through the grey grab handle Light grey coloured interior coating for excellent visibility of contents TranspArent, removable, and weatherproof document bag made of High quality UV resistant TPU film Hold hydration bladder, wet gear, first aid kit, MP3 players Two ice axe loops made of lengthwise slotted webbing also hold trekking poles Loops can be stashed under the shoulder harness straps when not in use Seal the pack with the fold and roll closure in wet weather Draw cord gathers and controls the top part of the pack Virtually waterproof in design with fully taped seams, a downpour will not drench spAre clothes, chalk bag, or guide book Removable emergency bivy mat Elastic pen holders use the carabiner as a key clip Innovative one handed operation of the lid with rapide hooks crafted of lightweight aluminium Clean single compartment mountain pack in a very versatile Compression straps due to its Slim design, which also brings the centre of gravity close to the body for superior load control at all times Shovel shaft and avalanche probe Are securely stowed in the pack by elastic loops and Are easily accessed when needed Trekking poles attach quickly to the side of the pack Secured to the front using the 4 included webbing straps Removable Slim shaped hipbelt carries the weight without obstructing a Climbing harness 2 Internal gear loops for organization Climbing hardwAre here to keep it out ofthe bottom of the pack 4 Multi-purpose webbing straps Are included Quick closing option Outer stash pocket with top velcro closure, drain hole in bottom Additional zipper accessed side entry map pocket Strap length can be adjusted steplessly depending on ski-width Depending on ski-length and personal preference, place the included webbing straps in the desired loop of the daisy-chain Quick and easy pack side ski attachment Modular: Skis can also be attached diagonally to the front of the pack Just use two of the included quick release webbing straps In order to secure the skis, clip the karabiner (found in the interior lid pocket) to the drawcord and run the cord through the grey webbing loop as a pulley Hipbelt can use an attachment Technique that works without straps and other attachment aids Place the ski pair between your back and pack on the shoulder harness straps Not the most comfortable option, but quick and easy for short stretches

- Moosejaw

With plenty of capacity for hauling gear on multiday trips, the Swiss-designed Exped Mountain Pro 50 pack offers light weight, refined simplicity and weatherproof performance.


The hills are alive, the mountains are calling, and the Exped Mountain Pro 50L Backpack is ready for adventure. This minimalist pack comes with just the right amount of space for a weekend trip into the mountains, plenty of spots to stash any necessary gear, and no additional frills to weigh you down. The pack's construction is waterproof, with fully-sealed seams and a roll-top closure, so there's no need for a rain cover and there's no call to worry about stormy weather ruining your trip. An internal plastic sleeve pocket is the perfect spot to keep your trail map on such a rainy trek, where it can even be detached from your pack and passed around without receiving water damage. The slim design on the Mountain Pro 50 keeps your center of gravity close to your body, so compression straps are not needed. Taking their place are extra daisy chains and gear loops, letting you bring ice axes, crampons, or trekking poles. The included quick-release webbing straps can even change a multi-night camping trip into a ski mountaineering adventure, working with the daisy chains to carry your skis or snowboard any way you please. Interior loops within the pack secure your avalanche safety gear, while the lid can be reserved for snacks and small essentials that you want close at hand as you trek.

- Backcountry.com

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