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Load up for days at the crags, alpine summit pushes, and spring ski tours with the Marmot Eiger 35 Backpack. This top-loading rucksack features a clean design with plenty of storage for your climbing or skiing gear.

  • Removable HPDE frame sheet, Air Comfort back panel, and aluminum stays provide expedition-worthy support
  • Waist belt pocket and gear rack for quick access
  • Tuck away axe bungees and flap pocket keep your tools secure
  • Hydration sleeve and water bottle pockets help you stay hydrated
  • Side compression straps hold sleeping pad or skis
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Best pack for winter escapes

    Pack works really well for me to just escape for a couple of days.Holds my skis while I snowshoe in and my snowshoes when I'm skiing.Can pack enough clothes,food,sleeping bag and other needed things for 1-2 days.Good quality for the money.

    great size for a weekend trip

      I bought this pack for weekend backpacking trips this summer and found it was very comfy with enough space for my tent, change of clothes, sleeping bag, some food and water.

      I now use it for rock climbing and rappelling trips, its great for holding 60m of rope, 2 harnesses, 2 pairs of shoes, water, food, some static rope, a tarp and various carabiners . Lots of straps to clip to are great for clipping helmets to the outside..

      great climbing pack

        I have been using this pack for rock and ice climbing trips and i really like it. The ice ax system is very simple and works well to cover up the picks. There are a lot of straps for carrying a rope and it has a good amount of room for all your gear. It is a little sparse on features: no helmet carrier, crampon pouch, etc. but for a simple pack it has it where it counts. This pack is very comfy, ventilates well, and is very adjustable. It is a joy to have on my back.

        I have had this pack A little over a year now and have put it through some pretty serious abuse. The bottom is tearing out of it, one of the straps that tightens the shoulders is ripping out.

        I find that this pack doesn't carry my snowshoes very well.

        This pack is the most comfortable I have ever used however. I have really abused this thing too; sliding down rock faces, stuffing it to the max with heavy gear, and generally not being nice to it.

        With that said, I'm going to get another one...