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Granite Gear Blaze A.C. 60 Ki Backpack - 3350-3660cu in

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    A pack you won't want to put down or away.

    Designed with a women's-specific fit, the Granite Gear Blaze A.C. 60 Ki Women's Backpack is lightweight, comfortable, and extremely stable at full capacity—ideal for weekend backpacking trips. Drop your hydration bladder into the internal sleeve, pack your gear for the journey, adjust the pack's torso length for maximum comfort, and secure the load with Granite Gear's Line-Loc cord compression system. Once you're dialed, hit the trail and worry about your route. Your pack won't be giving you any problems.

    • AirCurrent suspension offers 3D molding for an ergonomic and comfortable fit
    • Mesh components of back panel encourage ventilation and moisture management
    • Line-Loc cord compression system cinches your load from the sides, front, and top for maximum stability
    • Hydration-sleeve-compatible for your aqua needs during extended use
    • Stretch-mesh side pockets accommodate water bottles or last-minute additions like a rainshell
    • Item #GRG0093

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100D Cordura nylon, 210D nylon
    Volume
    [short] 3350 cu in, [regular] 3360 cu in
    Support/Suspension
    Air Current internal frame
    Waist Belt
    yes, women's specific
    Hydration Compatible
    yes
    Reservoir Included
    no
    Access
    roll-top
    Pockets
    2 stretch mesh side, 1 large stretch mesh front
    Gear Loops
    no
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    no
    Rain Cover
    no
    Detachable Daypack
    no
    Claimed Weight
    [short] 2 lb 11 oz, [regular] 2 lb 14 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Not real happy

      Research Research research Thank you pick the right pack This pack is supposed to hold a bear canister with the top strapsThe top straps are about 6 inches too short to hold A large band canister What am I supposed to do nowDo they make extension straps

      Everything I hoped for!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This bag is fantastic in style, durability and versatility. It can be compacted to make a light roomy daypack or extended to a 60+ L ultralight touring pack for extended trips. I took this on an 10 day camping trip to Iceland and had no problems securing it for air travel and was easily stowed on busses, cars, etc. The only issue I have is that I bought the smallest size option and it's still still a little big with the straps and waist belt tightened all the way. I'm 5'2 and very small so I know that doesn't' help but I think it might make it a little more comfortable to be able to adjust it more.

      Should have named it the CHRONIC!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Granite Gear Blaze is hands down the best bag I have come across for everyday backpacking. I have taken this pack on numerous weekend trips as well as hiking the 273 miles that makes up the long trail through Vermont.

      I had no problems or complaints at all. Fit everything I needed for my trip sleeping bag,tent,poles,base layer,mid layer,stove, 2 liters of water,a weeks worth of food etc. I'm 6'1 170 pounds and went for the reg. fit which worked great along with the air current suspension system. I ended up purchasing the lid to fit a few small items as well. The lid worked out great and comes right off in a matter of seconds if your a person who likes to keep a couple things handy at night.

      Should have named it the CHRONIC!

      best pack yet

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      A co worker of mine actually got to use my pack before i did. and we have the same opinion of it. in my opinion its one of the best packs i've used when it comes to weight distribution. my male co worker took it hitchhiking from Ontario Canada to the east coast. and with a pack on your back for an extended length of time, the option to distribute the weight from your shoulders to your hips or a mix of the two, is a life saver. i have only used it once, and compared to old packs i am very happy with this one. the only downfall i found was the hydration pocket is very tight. its hard to stuff even a 1L bladder in it. it's possible! but very stressing on the bladder.

      pros: lightweight, beyond adjustable

      cons: small hydration pocket

      Best Pack they have ever made

        I have been a huge granite gear fan for many years. I have had a total of 5 packs from these guys and this is the best so far. The new suspension system and air flow system are the best that I have used so far. The pack is layer out really well. The water bottle pocket are deep and can be used for lots of things (fly rod, sandals, water bottles, ect. The front stretch pocket is huge. I ended up putting my tent rain fly in there to help it dry drying the day. The compression straps are all 550 military grade para cord. It look thin, but I have not problem on the 8 trips the pack has been on. I did wish that it came with a lid. Granite Gear do make a lid add on and I got. Glad I did it add a little extra storage for headlamps, map, snacks, ect. I love this pack and would recommend it over and over.

        Best Pack they have ever made

        Men's version

          I have the men's version of this and love it. All areas of the pack are crazy adjustable and it swallows gear. I can easily fit all my gear and a Bear Vault BV500 (stuffed with smaller gear, stove, food, etc.) inside the main pack, with all my essential easy-access gear stowed in the outer pockets.

          martylolic1569250/1569250 it does not fit inside it horizontally; however, I have been able to arrange it alongside all my other gear vertically inside. I have also strapped it on top of the pack horizontally and it sits quite nicely. It works well sitting on top of the roll down closure, using the two buckles as lashing straps.

          How do I go about ordering smaller sized straps? I am a regular torso, but need the size small waist and shoulder straps.

          Not sure if I'm seeing the pictures...

          Not sure if I'm seeing the pictures correctly.... is there no top flap for this pack? If not is that an issue for keeping light rain out? I'd hate to have to always use a pack cover on it. Or is that recommended anyway? Thanks!

          What size hip belt does BC ship with this...

          What size hip belt does BC ship with this pack? Can I choose from the S, M or L belts that GG offers?

          Would this pack be big enough for a 5 night...

          Would this pack be big enough for a 5 night hiking trip in August in Yosemite?