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You love ice, snow, and rock, because the year has four seasons, and you get out in all of them; the anytime, any-terrain Peuterey Integrale 45+10 Backpack will carry your crampons, ice axe, skis, and rope, in addition to your down booties or whatever else you deem indispensable. And that inclusive load sits comfortably on the Free Flex System, giving you a smooth ride no matter what the season. With all this comfort and capacity, you might be tempted to watch the season change from the mountaintop.
- Free Flex System suspension is forgiving with its flex, meant for well balanced, enduring hauls on uneven terrain
- Ergonomic back design offers natural weight-bearing distribution to prevent uneven strain and pain
- Ergonomic shoulder straps with load transfer and sternum adjustments ensure a comfy, precise carrying position
- Ergonomic waist-belt with gear holder and zippered pocket lets the load sit comfortably on your hips and give handy access to frequent-use items
- Top-flap accessible main compartment makes getting in quick and easy and ensures coverage and closure
- Suitcase-type front-access zip makes get-in-and-grabs quick and easy
- Capacious main compartment with extendable lid easily holds clothes, gear, and food for multiple days in the mountains
- Tough and light 420D Velocity nylon and 1000D Kodura nylon join forces for super-rugged, extremely durable construction
- Two zippered top-lid pockets keep small essentials easily accessible
- Front crampon pocket, ski-carrying compression straps, ski loop, and FPP ice-axe and rope holders securely haul everything right where you want it
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great all around pack
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought this directly through Millet instead of Backcountry.com, (didn't know Backcountry.com carried it, my bad). I've used it for rock and ice climbing, as well as backcountry skiing. I very much like the design of the back and shoulder straps. Easy to fit layers, helmets, probe, shovel, ice tools, food water, goggles, a rope, etc. in this beast. It is durable as all hell too. I've really put this thing through some nasty stuff and its survived everything.
My only beef with this pack is the ski carry system. The A-frame would work really well, but unfortunately the bottom loop on either side is small, and I am unable to fit fat skis through it (my Nordica Unleashed Hells are too fat and won't fit at 143-113-132). Still, the sync-down straps/buckles on either side can be jerry-rigged to fit any size of skis.
Other than that, absolutely bomber pack. My go to bag for climbing, skiing, and any other adventures.