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Strap on the Marmot 1550cu in Tirol 25 Backpack and do some not-so-ordinary day hiking with this not-so-ordinary daypack. This lightweight technical daypack is a great companion whether you’re scrambling up a fourteener, or kicking back on a nature walk.

  • Compression Molded Back Panel with Air Comfort Technology�no giant sweat patch on your back
  • Hip Hugger Waist Belt�ergonomic mobility
  • Hydration Pocket and Port (bladder not included)�anti-parch technology
  • Hypalon Clipping Points�easy access to gear
  • Built in rain fly�instant rain protection for your gear

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Unanswered Question

Is the detail size ( H/W/D) for this pack...

Is the detail size ( H/W/D) for this pack available? Thx.

I'm a big guy. Over six foot and somwhat...

I'm a big guy. Over six foot and somwhat large framed. Is this pack going to be too small for my size?

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If your torso length is longer than 21", it will be too small for you, although not likely the case.

5 5

Love this pack!

This is a perfectly-sized pack for a day hike or a day at the crags. It has plenty of gear loops and an integrated rainfly for rainy days. The side pockets can fit 1L Nalgene bottles and all of the straps are highly adjustable. I'm planning on using this as a climbing pack for multi-pitch routes, as well. The only negative aspect of this pack is the lack of interior pockets (there is only a bladder pouch).

I'm looking at this pack for both hiking...

I'm looking at this pack for both hiking and cycling. Has any one used it for both? If so what do you think, for size and comfort and price. Is there any thing else you would suggest?

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It's more a day hiking pack than a cycling pack because of the profile and size. Fits close to your back which is nice on or off of the bike. If you carry a lot of gear cycling, use it for commuting, etc... it will work. A little big for short cross country rides with a tool, tube, pump and some water. More of an adventure cycling pack or commuting pack. Built in rain fly is great for wet rides or hikes. Great day pack for hiking.