GoLite is no longer in business, and the Women's Jam has been discontinued. If you're looking for something new, check out the best weekend packs for 2019.
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New Double-Wishbone hipbelt connection transfers weight efficiently to the hips and features quick-access zippered stretch pocketsNew larger front pocket organizes bulky gearProprietary ComPACKtor system converts capacity incredibly efficientlyHigh-void meshes on back panel, hipbelt and shoulder harness move moisture quickly and promote rapid dryingTwin ice axe loops and handle strapsTwo side stretch pockets hold 1L bottles + trekking polesRemovable closed cell foam back padSide compression straps with quick release buckles convert to front attachment system for sleeping pads, snowboards, snowshoes, etc.Cinch & roll-top closure system with top compression strapAdjustable sternum strap with whistleInternal stretch woven hydration sleeve with righty and lefty hydration tube ports
If you're looking for a fast pack for your next rim-to-rim hike then look no further than the new GoLite Jam backpack. This years Jam has been updated while maintaining all the features that make it the recommended pack for NOLS Light and Fast Backpacking course. Updated features make this pack stable on rougher trails which means you can worry about the trail ahead, and not the pack on your back.Features: NEW double-wishbone hipbelt connection helps transfer weight evenly for a more comfortable fit Mesh back panel, shoulder harness and hipbelt help promote rapid drying Removable closed cell foam back pad NEW larger front pocket for organizing bulky items Two side pockets for 1L bottle of trekking poles Cinch and roll-top closure systems with added compression strap Stretch woven hydration sleeve to easily add a bladder (bladder not included) Specs:Volume: 2867 cu. in.Weight: 1 lb. 12 oz.
- Mountains Plus
Recommended gear for NOLS Light and Fast Backpacking course, the GoLite Women's Jam Backpacking ia a classic UltraLite backpack.
- Altrec Outdoors
Free Shipping. GoLite Women's Jam Pack DECENT FEATURES of the GoLite Women's Jam Pack Double-Wishbone hipbelt connection transfers weight efficiently to the hips and features quick-access zippered stretch pockets High-void meshes on back panel, hipbelt and shoulder harness move moisture quickly and promote rapid drying Removable closed cell foam back pad Proprietary Compacktor system reduces pack volume via easy to use anchor /strap system New larger front pocket organizes bulky gear Two side stretch pockets hold 1L bottles + trekking poles Side compression straps with quick release buckles convert to front attachment system for sleeping pads, snowboards, snowshoes, etc. Twin ice axe lops and handle straps Cinch and roll-top closure system with top compression strap and load lifters control and transfer weight effectively Internal stretch woven hydration sleeve with righty and lefty hydration tube ports Adjustable sternum strap with whistle The SPECS Materials: Tier 1 Recycled 210 Denier Nylon Gridstop + Dyneema, Tier 1 Recycled 210 Denier Nylon double Ripstop, High-VOID Polyester Mesh The SPECS for Medium Weight: 1 lb 12 oz / 785 g Volume: 2867 cubic inches / 47 L Compact Volume: 1037 cubic inches / 17 L Maximum Rec. Load: 30 lbs / 14 kg Spine Length: 15.5 - 17.5 in / 39.5 - 44.5 cm The SPECS for Large Weight: 1 lb 14 oz / 850 g Volume: 3050 cubic inches / 50 L Compact Volume: 1098 cubic inches / 18 L Maximum Rec. Load: 30 lbs / 14 kg Spine Length: 17.5 - 19.5 in / 44.5 - 49.5 cm
Get in a groove on the trail when you carry the fast and light GoLite Women's Jam Backpack. It is made of several recycled materials that are just as durable as the more eco-costly fabrics, and its versatile compression and removable back panel make it fast, light, and useful for trips into the backcountry regardless of the season. NOLS even recommends that the students in its fast-and-light backpacking leadership class use the Jam.
Historic Range: $49.99-$150.00
While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 5 reviews for other versions of the Jam. Read all reviews »