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Marmot designed the Centaur 30 Backpack with climbers in mind and then made sure to build in a healthy dose of features for added versatility and expedition use. Made from burly ripstop and ballistic nylon, this approach and ascent pack also features multiple gear loops to stash your sport rack or ice tools.

  • Molded back panel adds contoured, ergonomic comfort
  • PE frame sheet provides rigidity for effective load transfer to your hips and is removable so you can adapt your pack to lighter loads
  • Padded waist-belt features climbing loops to house your rack and is removable for light-and-fast summit bids
  • Removable lid features a zippered pocket and key clip for additional storage
  • Hydration sleeve with hanging zippered pocket allows easy access to your water supply
  • Integrated vertical rope carry system helps you conveniently carry one of your most vital pieces of gear to the crag
  • Side compression straps let you adjust your pack's volume to meet different load sizes
  • Dual ice axe loops help carry your technical gear
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not as good as it looks

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

i bought the 38 centaur backcpack, its the same, just a little bit bigger.

i m from argentina and was going on a climbing trip to the US. i bought this pack with the porpouse of using it all the way through the trip.

at first it seemed like a great pack, very technical, very comfortable, excellent pack in all.

but after the first use, of only a day multi-pitch climbing route, it showed a lot of wear from the climb. the funny thing is that i tried to protect the pack form the edges and the wall; if the materias were a bit thougher i think i would buy it with my eyes closed.

in the middel of my trip o returned the pack and got a refund for two resos:

first i had a backpack that probably would not get to the end of the climbing trip

second, if it did get to the end, here in argentina when i go climb in patagonia it would last a single climb