Why We Like The Perimeter 50L Backpack
We find our perfect fit with the Perimeter 50L Backpack. The torso adjusts for both height and width, accommodating our broader shoulders, while the waist belt adjusts to our narrow hips. However we have it adjusted, the spring-steel periphery frame collaborates with the back panel sheet to give us a stable, ergonomic fit.
- Highly adjustable pack for your multi-day adventures on trail
- 50L capacity to carry essentials and more for a long-weekend trek
- Spring-steel perimeter frame delivers durable stability
- Padded back panel increases comfort and carry efficiency
- Padded hip belt offers a wide adjustment range
- Removable rain fly for wet weather protection
- Internal hydration sleeve lets you slide your personal reservoir in
- Removable lid flap offers additional zippered storage
- Item #GRGK0A2
- 100D Robic HT nylon, 210D Robic HT nylon
- 50L (3051cu in)
- Perimeter Suspension (spring steel rod outline, PE sheet core), adjustable torso height and width
- Shoulder Straps
- dual-density, load lifter straps, removable sternum strap
- Waist Belt
- Re-Fit, dual-density
- Hydration Compatible
- internal sleeve, port
- cinch-and-roll top
- 2 large zippered hip belt, 1 zippered bottom, 2 stretch side, 1 stretch front, 1 stretch mesh front, 1 zippered top flap (removable)
- Sleeping Bag Compartment
- bottom flap
- Rain Cover
- removable rainfly
- front, side
- Weight Capacity
- 25 x 13 x 8in
- Claimed Weight
- [regular] 3lb 2oz [long] 3lb 3oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
2 based on 1 ratings
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January 23, 2023
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 6' 1"
Last year I bought the backpack. Since receiving it, I have gone on a total of two treks with it, not surpassing 100 miles altogether. During the second trek, at the end of the second day the left-hand shoulder strap’s buckle snapped and I was forced to make a filed repair and continue on. Besides that, the side straps are badly placed and do not allow access to the side pockets. There are way to many straps on this pack, and it is frustrating to cinch it after each packing. Furthermore its structure makes it difficult to place different items in it since the body of the pack is to narrow. Overall, the materials are good and the idea behind this pack was interesting but it is executed somewhat poorly.
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