Maybe epic is an overused word, but this pack helps you use it right.
Let's face it, turns that are earned just feel better than ones that aren't—yeah, that's because it is supremely rewarding to ravage untouched snow, but there is more to it than that. Bring along the Marmot Backcountry 32 Winter Pack, and you'll have room for the gear you need for a full day of pursuing everything epic. The Backcountry's padded, ergonomically-designed shoulder harness combines with a pocketed waist belt to keep everything in place as you hump yourself up the mountain, float gracefully (or charge screamingly) down it, and then do it all over again. And again.
- Polyurethane-reinforced face fabric
- Molded back panel
- Padded, ergonomically-designed shoulder harness
- Waist belt with pockets
- Main compartment access through zippered back panel
- Driclime lined goggle pocket
- Shovel and probe pocket
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- Q & A
It is a very good quality
Perfect Daypack for the Mountains!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got this pack to be used as a climbing specific pack and it is perfect! At first it was a bit awkward getting use to the back panel opening - but after getting used to it, I realized its advantages in being able to utilize the full capacity of the pack!
This pack also looks to be perfect as a winter backcountry ski/snowboard pack . The horizontal straps make it ideal for carrying your board, or skis - in both A frame or Diagonally.
Separate front pocket for backcountry tools - also hydration compatible. The material is robust and also highly water resistant if not down right water proof!
It's also quite light for its robust make up. The yellow is vibrant and the proper yellow color (not mustard)
I am 5' 3" in was wondering if anyone had any info on if this frame size might fit me...I am usually a small in Women's Osprey packs, and the Mammut Nirvana Pro is too big...I can't remember my exact back measurements, but am hoping this unisize pack will fit
How does the helmet carry system on this pack work?