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Mystery Ranch Tower 47L Daypack

$274.95

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Tower 47L Daypack

Built to bring along all your climbing gear to your favorite crag comfortably, the Tower 47L Daypack features easy access and a carry system to distribute heavy loads from ropes and cams. An adjustable torso easy fits any body type so you're not stuck with carrying all the gear on the hike into your favorite climbing routes.
  • Head to the crag with all your gear with this climbing pack
  • Large zippered top allows easy access to gear
  • Top rope carry secures a rope for easy hauling
  • Zippered external pocket carries shoes and a harness
  • Removable frame sheet allows additional room for extra gear
  • Compression straps tighten your load to prevent shifting
  • Internal zippered pockets keep your smaller items organized
  • Handles on top, side, and bottom offer carry convenience
  • Item #MYTD00Y

Material
1000D cordura
Volume
47L, 2868cu in
Waist Belt
padded
Hydration Compatible
integrated sleeve
Access
top zip
Pockets
1 zippered main, 3 zippered internal, 1 zippered external
Gear Loops
2 daisy chain
Compression
5 removable straps
Dimensions
24 x 14 x 11in
Claimed Weight
4lb 6.5oz
Recommended Use
hiking, mountaineering, sport climbing, trad climbing, trail, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 2

Awesome Organization, Miserable to Carry

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
S/M
Height
5` 9"
Weight
150 lbs

The pack bag is outstanding but the suspension has 3 major flaws that make it unpleasant to carry. I only kept it because I like the bag so much and was willing to modify it. 1) This pack has the dumbest hip belt design I've probably ever seen on a pack intended to carry much weight. Chopping the webbing and replacing the hip belt with any standard 4" padded hip belt solves the problem. I modified the hip belt to act like a normal one. 2) The frame sheet is a piece of foam with fiberglass stays, which provide no shape. It dug into my tail bone like I was carrying a wooden box. I added a plastic frame sheet with aluminum stays so that the back panel is shaped to my back and not the load. 3) The padded back panel that the yoke slides into stops in the middle of your back, leaving a large edge in an uncomfortable place. I removed the plastic sheet from the yoke which helps, but I will either add padding to the yoke or do some surgery on the back panel. As my pack is currently, it's about 80% better than stock. While these mods weren't difficult, I've been building my own packs for over a decade and certainly wouldn't recommend this pack to the average person.

>Rating: 5

Carrys great!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Winner of Climbing magazines Editor's Choice award! Super durable, very organized and carrys like a dream. Perfect size at 47L. The duffel-like zipper opens up the pack for good access and is big enough to stack a rope on.

Winner