Hyperlite Mountain Gear 4400 Ice Pack

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The biggest difference between Hyperlite Mountain Gear's 4400 Ice Backpack and traditional expedition packs is the lighter weight, and that makes all the difference. At just over two pounds, the Ice pack holds enough gear for ski touring Alaska's Hayes Range or alpine climbing 14ers. Hyperlite Mountain Gear achieved a phenomenal weight-to-capacity ratio by building the backpack out of Dyneema, which is a rope fabric that climbers depend on when they're falling. This results in an ultralight backpacking that's built to last. The Ice backpack's Dyneema Hardline suspension system includes an internal framesheet for sturdy support, spacer mesh padding at the shoulder straps and waist belt for breathable comfort, and removable aluminum stays for stability when you need it. Hyperlite equipped this pack with a roll-top closure and taped seams for protection against wet weather and snowy conditions. There's also an external attachment for crampons and ice axes, and a zippered internal pocket to secure small essentials and electronics.

- Backcountry.com

For the approach the climb and the descent our Ice Pack is that perfect companion that's never in the way yet always right there when needed. Refined to the essence of what's truly necessary for success this bomber 100 waterproof DyneemaA(R) Composite Fabric pack features a no-frills main compartment that's perfect for our Pods and Stuff Sacks. External fitments securely hold crampons and ice axes and options for gear loops or pockets on the hip belt complete the theme of well thought out accessibility to tools. Whether the day is spent on cliffs or mountains concentrate on the climb without the distraction of cumbersome equipment.The 4400 (70L) volume size is a great size for climbing from remote locations where you'll be bringing in everything you need to establish a basecamp and be out for extended periods of time.We can custom fit this pack for skiers by adding reinforced fully-woven DyneemaA(R) side panels bottom and ski holsters. Add 100 and allow three weeks for delivery.Weight2.30 lbs 36.94 oz 1047g Weight does not include hip belt and may vary slightly by torso size.FeaturesMade in MaineExternal crampon and ice axe attachment systemFour external daisy chainsRemovable contoured aluminum staysHardline with DyneemaA(R) shoulder straps with 3/8" closed cell foam and spacer meshInternal plastic frame sheet for added back panel support1/4" foam back panel padCompression SystemRoll-Top closure system with side compression straps for vertical compressionFour side compression straps for horizontal compressionTop Y-strap compression -- Designed to secure gearInternal zippered pocketHardline with DyneemaA(R) dual-density hip belt with 1/8" closed cell rigid foam 1/4" closed cell foam and spacer meshHip belt optional with gear loops or zippered pockets with #5 YKK zipperAdjustable sternum strap with self-tensioning elasticProprietary seam sealing on all side seams and behind all sewn-on pack featuresWeight: 2.30 lbs 36.94 oz 1047gWeight does not include hip belt and may vary slightly by torso size.Load capacity: Up to 60 lbsMaterials:Body: DCH150Bottom: DCH150Crampon Pouch: Hardline with DyneemaA(R)Click here to learn more about our fabrics.Volume: 4400 cu. in. (70L)Dimensions:Top Circumference: 45" 114.3cmBottom Circumference: 37.5" 95.3cmHeight (fully unrolled): 38.5" 97.8cmBack Width: 10.5" 26.7cm

- Hyperlite Mountain Gear

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