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Blue Ice
Moonlight 55L Pack

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $136.47 Original price: $209.95
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Color:Ganache

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Why We Like The Blue Ice Moonlight 55L Pack

The Moonlight 55L Pack is the answer to our crag bag problems. It offers a deep main compartment with easy front-zipper access to our shoes, layers, rope, and gear without breaking a sweat. With well thought-out pockets and a durable exterior, we're confident taking this bag to the Creek and beyond.

Details

  • Durable, well-thought crag bag
  • Deep main compartment with zippered front entry for convenience
  • Front carrying straps make quick handling easy
  • Padded hip belt secures the bulk of the load on your waist
  • Daisy chain loops for clipping quick-grab accessories
  • Item #BLXB00W
Material
400D HT nylon, TPU coating
Volume
55L (3356cu in)
Pockets
[external] 1 zippered top, 2 zippered side, [internal] 1 zippered
Closure
top, front panel
Dimensions
27.6 x 13.8 x 11.8in
Claimed Weight
3lb 12oz
Activity
climbing, hiking

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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Sam EGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

May 18, 2023

King of Climbing Packs

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
155

This is by far the best climbing backpack I've ever owned. I use it for Trad climb cragging because it's so darn easy to load, but I also find myself using it for long multipitch approaches as well because the padding is so good. It doesn't hurt my shoulders! Only time I don't use it is for Sport cragging, multipitches that don't return to the base of the climb, and for on long Alpine approaches (i.e. Tetons, etc) Pros: -It's overengineered to be tough as nails (I think it will last forever) -It's got a full length zipper right down the front for easy access (much easier than a certain Creek backpack) -Has hidden side pockets for layers -Small pocket on top which is super easy to get to -Helmet carry ability -Rope carry ability -Water reservoir compatible -Stand up on it's own for top-loading gear in. -Actually large enough to carry big climbing racks and food/water, etc etc Cons: I haven't been able to come up with one.