Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The 3100cu in Marmot Bomb Backpack provides a gear flap, clean lines, and a supportive and breathable Arc Energy frame to overnight backpackers and mountaineers. This classic pack's new frame uses aluminum and fiberglass stays to give it excellent support without inhibiting movement on the trail or in the mountains. Oval holes through the frame sheet and a DryBack back panel allow the Bomb Backpack to breathe, so you don't feel like spontaneous combustion is a threat when the sun is beating down. The next time you're kicking steps in the snow or booting down a trail, take advantage of this burly, supportive pack from Marmot.

- Backcountry Outlet

On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Bomb Pack (Fall 2006) Specifications for the Bomb Pack by Marmot Sizes: Small, Medium, Large Body: LTD Nylon 420d HD Small Rip Reinforcement: 1000d Kodra and 600d Kodra Volume (US/Metric): Med. 3100 ci / 50 liters Weight (US/Metric): Med. 5lb 3oz / 2.3 kg Features: Arc Energy Suspension Interchangeable shoulder pads Interchangeable waist belt Shovit pocket Removable ice axe loops Differential double bottom Ski holdsters

- Moosejaw

Able to perform in both technical and casual environments, the Marmot Bomb Pack can handle everything from a one-day outings to overnight trips. Marmot Bomb Pack Specifications: Weight: Medium: 5lb 3 ozs / 2.3 kg Volume (inches): Medium: 3100Available In: Fire Red Black

- OMCgear

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The Bomb Pack has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$103.03 - $160.27

The Marmot Bomb Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 12, 2008 at RockCreek.

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