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All you have to do is pick an adventure and pack up.

The Marmot Women's Freya 35 Backpack is ready to roll no matter the time of year and no matter the weather. Just throw in your minimal camping set up and hit the trail for an overnight trek free from the annoyances of civilization, or drop in some food and strap on your skis for an early-morning tour.
  • Air Mesh back panel lets hot air escape and cool fresh air in to keep your back from getting sweaty and hot
  • Lightweight, durable fabrics hold your gear for season after season
  • Women-specific shoulder harness and waist belt give you an ergonomic fit

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5 5

Good pack for men too

I am not a large man, and I was looking for a good day pack I could carry some snowshoes, crampons, clothes, and food in.. i chose this one, and I am not disappointed.
I did not realize it was a womens pack until I got it home, but what works...works.
Spacious and full of features, I am glad I have gotten this pack, and maybe have discovered a little on my feminine side

Good pack for men too

What hydration bladder would be a good...

What hydration bladder would be a good match for this pack?

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Platty:http://www.backcountry.com/platypus-hoser-hydration-bladder

MSR:http://www.backcountry.com/msr-hydromedary-hydration-bag

Really, just about any good water bladder would make a good fit. Here are two, I prefer the MSR because it's a bit more tough.

I hope this helps!

4 5

Thumbs up!

I had wanted to give this pack a few more outings before I came to any final conclusions. The calendar can be cruel sometimes, so I am basing this review on but one trial.
I was on an overnighter, but I was also carrying food and sleeping gear for my dog. I know that if I had been able to pack a little lighter, the Freya would have been nearly perfect, in fit, in air flow, in load stability. The many features, like the zippers and elastic gear lashing points, all got tested - and were all appreciated.
If I have any complaint at all, it's more about "the industry" in general and not about the Freya. Going to lighter weight packs has been a good thing, but any adjustability has been sacrificed. Translation: Yah, you can make a women's pack in a "small" that is great, but if I could just move the shoulder assembly a mere inch, it would be PERFECT! Additionally, I cut off 18" of waist band strap (9" from each side). How about devoting that unnecessary weight toward adjustable shoulders straps? Ah, but I digress...
Simply stated, this is a good pack with lots of cool features, good looks and flexibility for multi-useage. However, it is designed to carry a much lighter load than I had that day. Stick to twenty pounds and under and you should be fine.

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Kae,
I just bought this pack and I am plus sized and I needed almost every inch of waist strap. I think that is why they make them that way. XL people need outdoor gear too :)

What are the length, width and height...

What are the length, width and height dimensions of the small size of this backpack? Thank you!

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To get a specific measurement, use the chat now feature in the upper right hand corner to have the gear expert obtain it for you.