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The Mile High Mountaineering Flatiron 38 Backpack won't limit you to a single alpine endeavor. Climbers, overnight camping enthusiasts, and backpackers will all find space in this sophisticated and robust technical pack for their gear. Not only that, but this feature-heavy pack boasts the tech of comparable packs at a lower price.

  • Sturdy, removable single aluminum stay provides rigidity for load support
  • VariCant dual-pivoting hipbelt allows for upper body flexibility
  • Flow A.C. suspension connect shoulder harness, hipbelt, and aluminum frame sheet for an efficient and integrated system
  • Air Channeled mesh back panel helps direct air across the back for ventilation and comfort
  • Integrated Packslicker rainfly protects your gear from moisture
  • Hydration bladder pocket to help keep you fueled on sweaty expeditions
  • Plentiful pockets, gear loops, and accessory clips accommodate all the items you need to have easily accessible and your last-minute additions
  • Compression straps help with load and bulk management
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Replaced an older pack that was decent but lacked the adjustments and modern attachments. Initially was skeptical of buying one without trying it but not anymore. Took it 8 miles RT and up 3300 ft hike today in snow/slush today loaded with 30# so not just a walk around the block. This thing is solid and looks and feels like quality construction. Pack fit very well thanks to adjustable torso length and other adjustments. (Seemed like less than 30#)Plenty of places to attach crampons/ice axe/spikes, and other gear even snowshoes. The gear loops are not just a daisy chain but bigger and have a plastic protective cover, actually like that. One thing that surprised me was how short the hydration sleeve was since a 3L bladder stuck up pretty high. That turned out to be a good thing leaving plenty of length in the hose down front and getting the bladder up off the bottom of the pack to leave more room for gear. This one cost more than the other similar packs but so far is looking like a winner.