Millet Prolighter 32+

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Millet's Prolighter 32+ page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Technical backpack for year-round modern mountaineering: ice, snow, rock. Functional, strong and lightweight. Millet Environmental Contribution design: 30% Low impact. COMPARTMENTSMain compartment with extendible lid2 zipped pockets on lid flap BACK/WAISTBELTNew ergonomic back design for total freedom of movementRemovable ergonomic waistbelt SHOULDER STRAPSErgonomic shoulder-straps + sternum strap + load transfers ACCESSORIESCompatible with all hydration systemsRope holderSki-holding compression strapsFPP Ergo ice-axe holder TECHNOLOGIESNew Back : Millet ErgoFlexNew Ice Axe System : FPP Ergo FABRICS210D HT Double R/S : Light and strongPOLYESTER 450D TWILL 100% recycledHylon Free AVERAGE WEIGHT1,150kg Closeout

- Second Ascent

Whatever the season, you're always in the mountains. Whether you're on snow, stone, or ice, you're carrying your gear in the Millet Prolighter 32 Plus Backpack. Designed for the true alpine adventurer, this member of Millet's Expert Series manages a day's worth of essentials with ease with new ErgoFlex suspension. This high-contact system features wraparound shoulder straps and an ergonomic molded back panel with ventilation channels for total freedom of motion and carrying comfort in challenging conditions.


Millet Prolighter 32+

previously retailed for:
$79.95 - $101.40

The Millet Prolighter 32+ is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 12, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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