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For adventures this side of the rabbit hole.

You can adjust the length of the torso and adjust the waist-belt on the GoLite Women's Terrono 65 Backpack. That means you get the perfect fit each time you go on an adventure (well, unless your adventure includes secret eat and drink potions that grow and shrink you more than this pack's adjustable four inches).

  • S-contoured back panel, frame sheet, and aluminum stay mimic the shape of your spine for a comfortable fit
  • LiteRail A/S perimeter frame handles heavy gear loads
  • Lid detaches to shed 85grams when you're traveling light
  • Side compression straps release and convert to front-attach straps for snowshoes or sleeping pads
  • Fixed compression anchor clips and side compression straps make for a compact pack whether it's fully or halfway packed
  • Pack your bag in the sleeping-bag compartment for easy access
  • Stash 1-liter bottles in the two side pockets

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Here's what others have to say...

I do not need to go to to a mountain. I...

I do not need to go to to a mountain. I need a very light back pack
as I had Spinal Fusion and I am not allowed to carry more than 5 pounds on my back.
I need a small size (I am only 5 feet tall)
What can you recommend. I would like black or grey

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I feel like a 65 pound pack is unnecessary if you're looking to carry less than 5 pounds. I would go with something far smaller, think in the 25-30L range at most. REI Flash 18 is a great little bag and only weighs about pound or so. Osprey and Arc'teryx also make similar packs.