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A fully padded pack built for the crag.

From the famed bullet blue limestone of Ceuse to weekly project sessions at the local sport crag, you can keep your kit stowed in the climb-specific Arc'teryx Miura 45 Backpack. The surround zipper allows the bag to open completely flat, which makes gear easy to access and allows the pack to double as a rope bucket. The C² Suspension System takes the sting out of longer approaches, and the hydration-compatible port and tube clip make it easy to quench your thirst on the go.

  • C² Suspension System utilizes high-density foams laminated to a quick-dry back panel that keeps the pack close to the body for greater efficiency and reduced load movement
  • Ergonomically shaped shoulder straps are padded with EV 50 closed-cell foam for comfort and have a Spacermesh lining for improved ventilation
  • Surround zip closure opens wide like a clam shell to provide easy access to gear
  • Pack opens completely flat for use as a rope bucket
  • Burly nylon fabrics are exceptionally smooth and highly abrasion resistant, and padding helps protect your gear
  • Hydroport and Hydra Clip tube make the bag compatible with a hydration system (reservoir not included)
  • Internal zippered pocket is ideal for tape, clippers, files, and other climbing essentials
  • Dual front zippered pockets hold guidebooks and maps
  • Top zippered pocket keeps keys and valuables securely stowed

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Is this for male or female? The Miura falls under "Men's" category on Arc Teryx' website but this color looks a bit feminine...

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Daqi,

This pack can definitely be used by either male or females.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.
Expert Gearhead
801.736.4336
jdowns@backcountry.com

5 5

Great pack, forget old Miura comparisons

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this pack for cragging and approaches where you won't be climbing with it. It's almost perfect for that purpose, with a huge capacity that holds a 70m, double trad rack, 3L water and food. The pack carries well and is durable, comfortable with few other frills for better or worse. The material is burly and I like the off-gold color. There's a four handles, one for each side of the backpack which makes it easy to handle and maneuver.

Theres a total of four pockets. The pockets are large. The pockets expand into the pack when you put stuff into them, which eats some space inside, but I think this is a great tradeoff. There's so much room already that you can usually manage unless you are really hauling. (I've fit a DSLR in the top pocket!). This interior pocket design means a smooth exterior, important if you are doing a manky or bushy approach. This packability is seriously underrated and useful when you are stuffing this pack into a trunk loaded with gear.

This also fits as an airplane carryon, which is pretty awesome since it is huge.

I don't like the zippers going backwards over the "brain", which makes them slightly harder to open, but I suspect this was a reasonable tradeoff considering its ergonomics.

So why the hate from other reviews online? Well the old Miura was a classic arcteryx pack for hiking/backpacking/major approaches. The old school Miura had alot of pockets and features. This new Miura isn't even close to the same product. To try to be helpful, people said to think of this new Miura like "a duffel bag" with straps. It's clear this bag has been designed with alot more structure than a duffel bag so it carries really nice. But it sort of is a good way to think of it. Like a super comfortable, burly bag that you stuff cragging gear into.

I wouldn't pay $230 for it but I got it at a significantly lower price, which was basically a steal. Get a sale.

Great pack, forget old Miura comparisons
4 5

Grab and go

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This bag holds all my essential climbing gear and allows me to get home from work, grab the bag, knowing everything is in there and ready to go.

Everything for sport climbing that is. Trad gear is a little too much, with 60 m rope, water, harness....

Then the ease of access and opening make it a great crag pack. Pair it with the Arcteryx Haku rope bag and your system is dialed.

4 5

High class duffel bag.

This pack is fantasticly simple and is basically a duffel bag with really nice shoulder straps. It excels for simple days at a local crag or for tossing your gear in to head to the gym. The fold flat design is pretty cool and allows you to access all of your equipment very easily. It is also a very good pack to travel with. The numerous handles and minimal exteriour features make it a easy to toss this pack into overhead compartments on planes and trains. The fact that the entire pack is padded also helps protect your things. I have not been happy when loading this down with a full trad rack or on any longer approaches. Also if you reach capacity with your rack, down jacket, etc... it is difficult to attach your rope externally.

If you had a previous version of a miura and are looking for something similar, this is not it. Most techincal features have been taken away, but at least you look cool when there are people watching you.

Sideways Stash

Sideways Stash

Fits everything I need with ease. The design is so easy to load and unload.

anyone know the linear dimensions of this...

anyone know the linear dimensions of this pack? 45L might be awkwardly large for a backpack without any straps, if it is not loaded to capacity

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Let me know specifically what measurements you'd like and I will measure mine. As you said, if not loaded to capacity it can be a bit awkward. However there is a gear loop near the top of the back panel where you can attach heavier items to keep the load inbetween your shoulders.

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Here is a quick video that might answer some questions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHmL2bRm4iQ&feature=em-upload_owner

why did they have to ruin everything i...

why did they have to ruin everything i liked about the fifty?

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did you date their sister? sometimes people are touchy about that...