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Carry what you need in this simple and versatile top-loader.

With suspension that's modeled after Mountain Hardwear's expedition packs, the Women's Tadita 50 Backpack keeps a weekend's worth of gear comfortably stowed while you climb up to a high alpine campsite. The lightweight HardWave framesheet and HollowCore center stay stabilize the load, and the women's-specific, padded shoulder straps and molded back panel provide the cushioning to carry heavier loads into the high meadows.
  • The removable top lid features a bungee web for attaching outer layers and can be left at home to reduce pack weight
  • Large front compression strap shrinks the pack around smaller loads, secures heavy loads, and stows into the front pocket when you don't need it
  • A padded, adjustable waist belt transfers the load to your legs and can be upgraded to a more women-specific waist belt (sold separately)
  • Ice axe and ski pole attachment straps hold your gear for winter trekking
  • Stowable sleeping pad straps hold onto your backcountry bedding and reduce loose straps when not needed
  • Exterior-accessed hydration sleeve and side mesh bottle pockets permit easy refills and drinks throughout your trek
  • An expandable top skirt adds 250cu in (4L) of gear space for longer weekends in the mountains

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A great pack!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First off, it's lightweight. Second off, it's comfortable. Third off, it holds a bunch of stuff, but compresses down when needed.

As with all backpacks, it took a little bit of adjusting to get just right. But, luckily, there are plenty of straps, and the aluminum stay is bendable. Feels pretty nice! Especially the specially-designed lady shoulder straps!

I also love the protected interior pockets, the gear loops, and the removable lid. Overall, a great pack for a few days of trekking!