Description

A few days in the woods should do the trick.

Society won't miss you if you pack up the Granite Gear Nimbus Access FZ Backpack and wander into the wild for a few days. Since it features an adjustable torso and can carry up to 50 pounds of gear, you can extend the days to a week without compromising your comfort level in the empty, untamed bush.

  • Internal Topoflex framesheet and padded back panel provide a rigid structure to keep your load from twisting
  • Padded shoulder straps and a reinforced, padded waist-belt angle the pressure to your legs to prevent a sore back after a couple of days of hiking
  • Front panel access permits easy packing and unpacking like a suitcase, while internal compression holds everything in place
  • Top lid covering the top skirt access keeps the weather out of your gear and provides a small security pocket for a map, snacks, and accessories
  • Removable top lid converts into a hip pack for short excursions off the main trail
  • Cordura body fabric withstands thorny bushwhacking and rocky scrambles, and external compression locks down the pack's load when not filled to capacity
  • Tool loops hold trekking poles or ice tools and top, side, and front compression straps can also secure additional gear during long treks
  • Adjustable torso length accommodates your body size; Short fits 14-18in torsos, Regular fits 18-22in torsos

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4 5

Solid pack

Everything about the pack is great. The only problem I had was that you can't choose the size of the shoulder/hipbelt straps like on the granite gear website. I was shipped a pack with medium shoulder straps but a large hipbelt. The good thing is that granite gear allows you to exchange unused components for the correct size and you only have to pay for shipping both ways which was less than $20 total