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Your alpine day-trip  may take you any number of places; the Arc'teryx Kata 37 Backpack can get all your gear there with you. This highly versatile, thoughtfully designed pack takes to the mountains as eagerly as you do without limiting itself to one function or sport.

  • Thermo-formed back panel gives you carrying comfort while twin removable aluminum V-stays offer durable support when you've packed the Kata full
  • Dual-density, anatomically shaped shoulder straps with a modular sternum straps eliminate hot spots
  • Ergonomic thermo-formed hip-belt maintains comfort with more weight over longer distances
  • Top-access main body expands to accommodate more gear
  • Durable fabrics shed light rain and snow, while reinforced high-wear areas add extra resilience
  • Padded bottom protects your gear
  • Four side compression straps help manage load packing and bulk, and can be utilized to carry your ice-axe or skis
  • Hose port and strap clips accommodate your hydration reservoir (not included)
  • Removable/extendible top lid features two zippered compartments
  • Large front zippered kangaroo pocket features interior pocket for additional organization
  • Dual stretch side pockets and small stretch hip-belt pocket keep snacks and your camera in easy reach

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Great travel pack

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Just small enough to not cause problems on a plane and just big enough to fit a full rack and rope plus food and jacket for a multi pitch climb. One of two pack i use and it is perfect. The fabric is surprisingly water proof, super burly too. Convenient organization, comfortable straps and it's light for being such a beefy pack. A true mountain pack that won't let you down when you pack it full of gear and hike it cross country over granite slabs and through dense brush to free a beautiful line up an unknown peak. All the while being at home in a tea shop in darjeeling waiting for the weather to break. Perfect size pack for everything you need and few extras that you'd like to have.

Great travel pack

Poor value for money

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

A nice, go-anywhere size. Works fine as a carry-on. Good ergonomics on the hip-belt; this pack handles weight well. Seams, etc., all appear durable. Fatal flaw: the lid is non-adjustable (per the other reviews: non-extendable, non-removable), which severely limits the versatility and adjustability of the pack. The lid design transforms what could be a very versatile pack into a large day-hiking pack with limited utility value. I bought this for alpine climbing as well as day and overnight (summer) backcountry field work, carrying a range of collapsible equipment and gear. The bottom line: this pack is in the back of my closet; I mostly use it for air travel. I continue to find much better functionality from comparably-priced designs from the obvious competitors (e.g., Black Diamond, Osprey).


Arc'Teryx Kea/Kata 37 Review

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

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I have the Kata 45 and really like it...

I have the Kata 45 and really like it except that the lid is NOT extendable or removable like the description here says it is.

how is this pack as a carry-on? and is the...

how is this pack as a carry-on? and is the lid a problem for anyone?