Mammut Lithia Speed 15L Backpack - Women's
Truly a multi-talented pack, the Mammut Women's Lithia Speed 15 Backpack is the smallest pack in the Lithium family, and is perfect for everything from trail running and hiking to multi-pitch climbing. As tough as it is lightweight, the 70D nylon 3line ripstop fabric provides a resilient design that withstands abrasive surfaces, while also keeping the bulk of your pack to a minimum. Then, the well-ventilated and cushioned Contact Vent back system uses 3D EVA foam to help carry the load with breathable comfort, just as the shoulder padding does as well.
Its shorter back length and shoulder straps are specifically designed for the female figure, but are easily adjustable to meet your specifications. With plenty of room for your ropes, shoes, layers, gloves, and lunch, the main compartments easily stores all of your daily gear, while its hydration-compatible design prevents you from going thirsty on the trail. And when the adventure turns from a trail into a light boulder scramble, attach your trekking pole to the carrier for freed up hands.
Deuter Speed Lite SL 22L Backpack - Women's
For your short getaways and quick summits, the Women's Deuter Speed Lite 22L SL Backpack gets the job done without making a peep. Weighing a mere pound and a half, it still boasts Deuter's durable, long-lasting construction, as well as plenty of features for longer treks. The 22L capacity offers abundant space for your favorite fleece, a peanut butter and raspberry jelly sandwich, and your book of the week; the hydration sleeve can easily fit a 2 or 3 liter water reservoir. Should the clouds look stormy, you can stuff your rain shell in the front stretch pocket, or use the connecting compression straps to carry even more layers. Trekking pole spots are there if your hike includes steep stretches, and convenient zippered pockets on the waist belt keep your lip balm or pocket knife easy to reach.
This is the deuter speed light 24 sl de. Pack it's sleek its ultra lightweight. And has everything you need for a long day trip this is ready-made for. Adventurous folks who need a versatile. Pack for all seasons it's the pack you grab for a fast day. Hike a morning of ice climbing and even just a head down town on your bike it. Has one big opening at the top for all the bigger stuff there's a sleeve for. Your own hydration reservoir and I'd put my keys and lip balm into the internal. Zip pocket, so they don't get lost in the rest of the pack I'd stole my phone and. First aid kit up top so i can access. Then quickly and the elastic side pockets are great for water or coffee the front stretchy pocket lets a wet. Rain jacket dry out and the daisy chains. And multiple lash points on the outside make this a really technical pack the. Joining compression straps on the front can even be fastened across the pack for. Ski or snowboard carry ice tools or. Trekking poles can be lashed with the bungees and there's a spot to attach a bike light your helmet or keys the back. Panel is breathable against your back with the 3d air mesh and the contoured. Shoulder straps are a big step up in. Support compared to a lot of ultra lightweight day packs on the market this is a framed pack but the material is. Flexible so it moves with you while. Still giving structure and support for heavier loads the lightweight hip belt transfers pack. Wait right to your hips but if you don't have a heavy load you can actually conceal them behind your back you've got. An adjustable sternum strap and a sunglass loop right up front and the hip. Belt has stretchy pockets for smaller stuff the sl in the name stands for slim. Line and it means that it's built for smaller frames the shoulder harness and. The hip belts are contoured for the female form and this pack has an overall athletic v-cut shape for extensive. Freedom of movement when you're hiking fast or scrambling on rocks to get to that peak there's a place for everything you can think of for all your crazy adventures head outside with this lightweight and technical pack it has a pretty sleek. Look to so it fits in anywhere it's the deuter speed light 24 sl day. Pack call us with your questions or. Visit our store at bat country edge calm. Subscribe to stay tuned and follow us. For the latest in outdoor gear great. Deals and trail knowledge we're the gear. Specialists at back country edge awesome gear amazing service see you on. The trail You.
Deuter ACT Trail SL 22L Backpack - Women's
Deuter made the Women's ACT Trail 22 SL Backpack versatile so you can ski, climb, and hike with the same pack. Its AirContact Trail SL suspension system features a women-specific design, stabilizer straps, a flexible frame, ventilated channels, and breathable 3D AirMesh padding at the shoulder straps, waist belt, and back panel.
There are two access points to the ACT Trail's main compartment, one at the top for packing and another at the front for getting gear quickly. Deuter also added a sleeve for your hydration reservoir, a compartment for dirty clothes, and a rain cover that you can remove for sunny days. There are multiple pockets inside for organization as well, one on the side for a water bottle, and another zippered side for security. The loop at the bottom stores ice axes, trekking poles, or a helmet―whatever your adventure calls for.
La Sportiva Nepal Cube GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's
The La Sportiva Women's Nepal Cube GTX Mountaineering Boot was designed and built for long days spent on the glacier and early mornings climbing a combination of vertical ice and rock. This lightweight single boot is ideal for all but the world's highest peaks, and features a Gore-Tex Insulated Comfort insert for waterproof and breathable performance and cozy comfort in cold alpine climates.
The tough upper is composed of Sportiva's Idro-Perwanger leather upper, which is silicone-impregnated for added protection from moisture, and it's reinforced with a full-wrap rubber rand to protect the boot from front point shrapnel. Underfoot, the Nepal Cube is fitted with a low-profile Carbon Tech honeycomb insulated footbed to add warmth while still maintaining a stiff feel for secure climbing. The PU midsole with toe and heel welts accommodate step-in crampons, while the aggressive Vibram sole offers rock-solid traction during the approach to the glaciated flanks of your objective.
Salewa Mountain Trainer WS 22L Backpack - Women's
When you're hiking fast and tackling strenuous ascents, you need the Salewa Mountain Trainer WS 22L Backpack to keep you cool as you push yourself to the limits. Its Contact Flow Fit carrying system keeps the pack close to your body for mobility, yet ensures that your back remains dry with its 3D air channels that keep air flowing as you make your way to the summit. The lightweight split shoulder straps also increase airflow to keep you cool while also providing you with enhanced arm mobility for those tough scrambles. As you scramble, the sophisticated Twin Compression System allows for easy volume adjustment so you can stabilize and center your load at all times. Its 22L holds your snacks and extra layers in it's on-the-go pockets while pole fastening straps and a daisy chain allow you to bring along all your gear.
Deuter Airlite SL 20L Backpack - Women's
Thanks to its Women-specific design, the Deuter Airlite 20 SL Backpack delivers both exceptional comfort and the technical features needed to explore your favorite trails. Fitted with the Aircomfort Flexlite back system, not only does the pack provide an anatomical fit, but it allows air to pass between your back and the pack for a cool and comfortable feel. The SL Women's fit system better accommodates more petite frames and its conical shaped lower back design better fits female hips. The closer-together, shortened straps also result in a more comfortable carry. A detachable rain cover can be easily attached to keep your gear dry, and the hydration compatible design lets you stay refreshed while you're hiking. Stretch side and front pockets allow items to be quickly secured to the pack, and trekking pole loops let you carry them on you're pack when you need your hands during ridge-line scrambles.
La Sportiva Trango Tower GTX Mountaineering Boot - Women's
Climbing mountains is hard enough without wearing mountaineering boots that feel like they're made of lead. Make your way up the mountain more efficiently with the La Sportiva Women's Trango Tower GTX Mountaineering Boot. This warm alpine boot offers ultralight warmth and support to help you scale towering peaks in remarkably lightweight comfort.
Gore-Tex Performance Comfort keeps your foot dry when you get caught off-guard by a freak snowstorm in the middle of summer, but still breathes well to keep you from overheating at lower altitudes. The rugged upper with Honey-Comb reinforcements withstands the roughest punishment the mountain can dish out. PU in the midsole offers support and cushioning when moving over rocky terrain, and EVA inserts decrease weight while still absorbing impacts and providing excellent rebound. Rounding it out is a Vibram One outsole for reliable traction on precarious ridgelines and the durability needed to withstand season after season in the high alpine. This sole is also equipped with an Impact Brake System for better control on descents.
The North Face Hydra 26L Backpack - Women's
Head off on your day-long missions with the Women's Hydra 26L Backpack from The North Face. Its minimalist design reduces weight while still allowing quick access to the contents of the pack when you're traveling long distances. This lightweight design is enhanced by the patent-pending Dyno Lift System that doesn't add any weight and features a self-equalizing, on-the-fly, adjustable load lifters for a comfortable carry through the miles. A FlashDry back panel provides you with quick-drying, breathable performance for strenuous ascents while the T6 aluminum frame allows you to have total freedom of movement when scrambling up to the summit.
Mystery Ranch Scree 32L Backpack - Women's
The versatile and spacious Mystery Ranch Scree 32L Backpack is designed for use as a technical day pack or as a minimalist overnight backpack. Its 32L offers plenty of storage for your full days of travel, afternoons spent at the climbing crag, or mornings on the trails. Mystery Ranch's 3-ZIP design allows you to open the pack like a traditional top-loader or through the front panel for fast and easy access to the main compartment. For extra organization of your smaller necessities, a zippered lid pocket and zippered waist belt pockets allow you to keep them close by and easy to access.
So how we do guys your old pal baba ganoush you once again how is everybody doing so I'm up here in new jersey right. Now I'm up here visiting my family for a few days moving some things out of my. Apartment up to here and so i figured I'd get out and go for a nice quick day. Hike so I'm actually up on the appalachian trail right now no up in the northern. New jersey section it is a nice crisp 22. Degrees out this morning so i know what. You're thinking bob what in the world you're doing only wearing a long-sleeved. T-shirt you're gonna catch cold well you know if you watch my videos you. Know me i like to keep things nice and light nice and simple i run really warm. As it is and I'd rather not sweat with. It being so cold out here i know am i just out for a day hike but even. Stopping and standing still for a few minutes if i start to sweat i can just. Feel the cold really kick in so I'm just. Keeping it nice and light give myself a little bit warmer this is the under armor cold gear so it does still keep me fairly warm but most importantly it's. Breathable keeps me dry i still have leggings on underneath my hiking pants gloves on hat on all that stuff all that. Good stuff I'm good to go but enough. Chitchat so i was looking at this view behind me I'm out here for another reason and that. Is to talk about my brand-new day pack that's right i got a brand-new day pack its something that is really awesome super comfortable so and i figured what. Better way to review it and bring it out on an actual day hike get the feel for it and talk about what i think about the. Backpack thus far so let me get some miles in let me continue on the way get warmed up a little bit here who's gonna be a beautiful day i got some beautiful views for you guys stay tuned we got some good stuff to talk about drill barnacle. How you do everybody so it's been a. Beautiful day hiking this far coming towards the end or i have to turn back around and head on back so i figured i. Would stop talk to you about the brand-new day pack that i just recently purchased so i present to you guys the. Mystery ranch screen 35 litres let's go. Ahead and do a quick turn around so i am. So excited to finally own a piece of mystery ranch gear they are a really popular backpacking company they make lots of really cool gear as well I'm an. Rei just started carrying them so of course i had to pick it up now of course i know should probably stay involved what are you doing spending there's money you're trying to get ready for through like well you know what my current day pack the rei traverse not that there was really anything wrong with it was a fairly comfortable backpack but i always had problems with the hip belt rubbing my hips raw no matter how many times I've used it no matter how many layers i put on it would always rub my hips raw i need to get. Something a little bit different so i wasn't killing myself you know heading on into my through bike so i want to pick this bad boy up let me start off by saying it is an immensely comfortable. Backpack i tried it on with like 15 pounds of weight and it felt like nothing so a couple things I'm going to. Cover with this backpack here today number one I'll cover some of the specs of the backpack some of the dimensions so on and so forth secondly from there we'll talk about some of the main features of the backpack itself and then I'll talk about the main features that i really like about the backpack why i wanted to get it and especially moving forward why i wanted to get a backpack like this so it is pretty chilly out. Here let me take this guy off let me put my puffy on, and then we'll go ahead and get on into the backpack itself so okay guys just some quick specs about the backpack itself again this is the mystery ranch skree backpack so to start off with this. Is a 35 litre backpack i know it's a. Little bit on the larger side of day packs but i wanted to go with the larger side day pack for a particular reason one i can carry some extra weight some. Other little odds and ends and as well moving for with this backpack i wanted to get a little bit more versatility out of it this is the medium/large version you do. Have some torso adjustment this is gonna be about 21 to 22 inches long on the. Frame just the initial frame itself not. When you extend the torso as long so you. Can get away with this as a carry-on size luggage if you really need to you're looking at about 9 to 10 inches. Deep really nothing too bad there and. You're looking at about 13 to 14 inches wide there so pretty nice dimensions. Again 35 later you can use this as a carry-on piece of luggage if you really had to the overall weight of the backpack if i remember correctly is right around two and a half pounds don't quote me on that i will leave that answer in the description down below so. Right around to two and a half pounds so not too bad it is a very supportive backpack and as well what i like about it is waterproof, but we'll go ahead and talk about that in a little bit and last but not least this does retail for. One 7995 down at your local rei so a. Little bit more on the expensive side but as i get into some of the details and some of the features about the backpack you'll understand why it's a little bit more expensive than some other options okay so let's go into some. Of the features that you're gonna get with the backpack let me start on this side first and foremost so down the down on the bottom you do have two hip belts. Pockets down here i know a backpackers favorite just having access to those snacks some ready available items kind. Of thing like that really nice what i really love about this backpack is they have really heavy cushions. Shoulder straps it's almost as if they took the shoulder straps off they're bigger backpacks and put it on this one itself so it makes it really supportive standard sternum strap tether. You have down here but what i really like that they did was that they have this kind of elastic piece here this. Kind of elastic clipping system so if you do have a water bladder you can lash down the hose or if you need to keep a knife whatever the case maybe it has. This a little elastic I've been utilizing it to hold my go pro. Right there really cool feature right off the bat for me especially and of. Course it comes with some of your standard adjustment load lifters up top fully of all really nice coming on to. The side here you do have your mesh water bottle pockets sitting there pretty nice size i think i can fit two of these smaller size water bottles in there you can easily fit a full liter nalgene without a problem now they are. Pretty they are pretty vertical so what. I found out is the best way to get your bottle in our number one getting them out is push up from the bottom and it quickly pops out there for you to get it. In i notice that if i grab the whole water bottle and then push it in it's a. Little bit easier to get my water bottle in and out that way while it's still on my body you do have these on both sides. Of the backpack coming on up to the top. Here you do have number one a quick easy access pocket there I'm just keeping some snacks in there right now and then right in front of it you do have a deeper access quick grab pocket I'm. Keeping just my car keys my wallet just. Some other odds and ends so on and so forth right now and of course along the top you do have. Some different loops some different looping systems to where if you need to lash down equipment now flipping it on. Over to the front here this is really where it makes its money so to start off. With blatantly out in the obvious is this kind of y shaped zipper this is a. Fully taped sipper so a waterproof zipper what's really cool is opening. This thing up the way it kind of splays out really nice wide lid right off the. Top and as you can see it kind of has this extra collar so as it's zipped over. With those two zippers coming together you know that there's not going to be any water kind of leaking in through. That small little gap so really nice on their part there before i zip down the. Front across the front you do have all these different daisy chains and different loops and everything that you have there another great way for lashing down equipment whether it be axes climbing equipment so on and so forth. Really nice and convenient they already provide you with that you do of course have not only dual-purpose lashing clips as well as compression. Clips across the front this helps keep everything together you can strap down extra equipment if you have to and then. Of course the big thing here again a tape zipper fully waterproof this is. Opens on up as you can see i have just some puffy jackets just a fleece hoodie. I my rain jacket sitting in there right now but it's cool how everything opens up in one shot inside is a fully coated inside so going. Along with the tape zipper you do have. That waterproof coating to make sure everything inside stays nice and dry now. Inside there i know it's behind a bunch of stuff right now but you do have a small hydration sleeve it's not overly. Large to be honest with you can. Probably fit like maybe a 1/2 liter 1. Liter one and a half liter bladder if you had to but it's intended to fit more. Of like a small actual tactical water bladder not one of those camel bags for. Casual purpose so really nice features. Really nice and versatile as well multi-purpose and love how it's waterproof all by itself making this a. Really durable backpack any long-lasting backpack up on top of that so that price. Tag starts to look a little bit better doesn't it so ok guys why did i get this. Backpack i know I'm getting ready for my. Thru-hike why would i spend the money on a brand-new day pack well for starters like i said before my other one was raw. I needed something a little bit more comfortable so that it wasn't tearing my. Hips apart and creating problems for my thru-hike that's number one number two. As well i wanted something that when i get off the trail was help was going to. Help me go into my next phase of my youtube channel now i know i do a lot of. The back packing a lot of camping and a lot of that other awesome stuff as well and i love doing it but i would like to. Get into more of the climbing aspect of things so especially a waterproof backpack tons of the lashing points something that's really supportive really ideal for that climber you know. Being able to carry your ropes your quick links some of your different harnesses everything lashed out on the outside something super convenient and. As well an extension to the backpacking. I wanted to get into some of the more bush craft side of things as well so. Again fully waterproof backpack number one that's awesome with what i want to do with all the different last points being able to carry an axe being. Able to carry heavier knives wool blankets on the outside and some basic equipment on the inside really good for that and of course being having. A super supportive suspension system and being able to carry some of. Those heavier bush craft items something really ideal for me so i know it's a little bit oversized for a day pack at 35 liters but it's something that i plan. On utilizing a lot moving forward and in. A lot of different ways and this gives me the versatility necessary to do that so for anyone looking for a new day pack something to take them traveling something to look for a waterproof option great for climbing great for. Mountaineering great for bush craft as well definitely take a look at the mystery ranch scree a really good. Backpack this is the first day I've had it out and so far i am so impressed with. This i can easily take this for a night or two if i really had to but i have it. Through mike to get ready for first and foremost we'll talk about that down the road so thank you guys so much following. Along on another great video here whew. Starting to cool down a little bit i guess it's time, but we snapped up got up. On the way so thank you guys so much for. Following along on another great video another gear review i hope this helped you out with something if you're looking at a new day pack yourself don't forget to subscribe down below to keep up to date with all my videos check the links in the description to follow me on the trek on all my blogs on my Instagram as. Well hit that like button hit that share button leave me a comment or a question down below i always do appreciate it I'll catch you guys on the next video the next gear review next adventure pleasures always baba ganoush elf.
Ultimate Direction FastpackHer 20L Backpack - Women's
Designed for keeping things moving on the trail, the FastpackHer 20L Backpack is a streamlined, lightweight way to carry the essentials. Ultimate Direction started as a running brand, and as such constructed this pack with features like strap pockets that leave space for your water bottle and phone, enabling you to take a sip or take a photo without dropping your pack. The lightweight material is more durable than it feels, and withstands the abrasive nature of the trail without weighing you down. You can access the main compartment through a vertical zipper or the roll-top, so your gear stays dry and easily accessible.
Hey there and welcome back to peace. Couch now as many of you aware I'm about to embark on the marathon disorder which. Is something I've been concentrating really heavily on for the last year or. More as well as doing lots of training. I've been doing so much research on the. Amount of kit going to take and I've been testing a lot of stuff so over the. Next couple of weeks before i depart i thought I'd share some of those learnings with you and where better. Place to start than the backpack I'm going to take which i have decided on. The ultimate direction fast pack 20 now. This is super heavy at the moment because it's its fully weighted so I've been training with but i just can empty it out and show you why i like it so much so here it is and it's naked form. And this is what i like most about it is that it's so minimal it's basically an expanded running desk it weighs next to nothing and this is kind of one of the big deciding factors for me because obviously I'm trying to cut down as much weight as possible 510. Grams okay now a great thing to compare. This to is the official war bag which a. Lot of people will be using mdf and in. Contrast it's got all kinds of stuff hanging off it and most importantly the. Weight of it 900 grams that's a pretty. Huge difference so this is nearly half the weight of the wire back which is an incredible savings but I've also decided. To make an even bigger saving on it there's not much you can cut off it like the like a wild bag you can get the diseases to that and kind of trim off some weight but here it's so minimal anyway but certainly the most notable. Savings you can make is in the back there's a bit of padding that you can remove, and they say that this can be. Used to sit on or even to you know used. To cushion your hips when you're lying down i found it pretty useless. I've actually having removed this form. The back I've actually found the pack more come — boo and with it out so condition this. That brings the weight of the pack down to give time a gram so i say 10 grams. Right there so although this fast pack is nearly half the weight of the wire bag actually fits way more in it and it's down as a 20 litres bag but i think. You could probably push that out quite a lot partly because of the nature of this main compartment and how it seals its kind of like a dry bag has a velcro fastening that then rolls and then clips. In at the sides now i probably got about. 20 litres in there now but you can. Basically just not roll it down as much and sitting maybe another five litres. Into that main compartment it's not only that you've also got this fat mesh here. Which you can fit loads in that really stretches out and it's a firm mesh as well so it's going to hold things firmly in place i don't tend to put a massive amount in there because i like to keep my weight closer to my back but it's actually really good for holding waterproof or extra base layers that you. Might be using during the day stuff that down there and it holds it in their lovely and secure on top of those two main compartments we've got these mesh pockets on the side which also hold a lot of stuff very stretchy and pretty. Secure I'll generally use those side pockets for stuffing food and stuffing rubbish because even though I've got terrible flexibility i can reach into those pockets quite nicely so coming onto the front, and we've got two really great water pouches here it really surprises me how many ultra bags don't. Seem to have big enough pouches built in. For hard water bottles and maybe because they want to offer flexibility so that people can attach themselves but as you think this is a great weight saving thing to be able to build them into the bag that ultimates are it shouldn't have done so as you can see — water pool. Tools fit there really nicely there's also the option on this right-hand one if you don't want to. Carry two water bottles this zips back up again and there's actually a really nice secure pocket that you could maybe put bars you could put all kinds of stuff down in there it's actually a really brilliant phone holder you can put your phone down into their sip it back up and that's super secure. But i actually find that's one of the major downsides of its bad for me is that I'm going to be running around with two bottles most of the time and there's nowhere for me to put my phone now I'm not expecting to be on the phone the whole time but it'd be really good to have access to music and stuff like that if i do want to listen to music currently there's nowhere else. On the front of the bag for me to put it. There's this outside stretchy pocket just outside where the water bottle is but actually getting your phone into it. It's pretty much a no-go really the best. Place for you to put your phone is there's a smaller zip pocket on the side of the bag then it can go in nice and. Securely there's also one of these clip leaves to put your keys onto you know I've ever used one of these so the annoying thing about it is that it's going to be too far away for you to reach when you've got your bag on so coming back to the front you've also got two smaller pouches below the water bottles so if i just take these out so you can get a better look so on the left. Hand side we've got a zip and on the. Right-hand side we've got a velcro strap these are actually bigger than they look quite often i use them to dump keys and just have stuff that i want readily available, but they're actually stretch out so hold a couple of bars maybe or you know something slightly more sizable approach they just not that phone but you can see i can fit two full clif bars. Into each one of these pockets obviously. One of the most important things about the bag is how comfortable it is and i get on really well with this and i think. That could partly be because of the nature of these shoulder straps it's actually one bit of fabric runs straight. From the base of the bag over the. Shoulders and down the front you can see it completely wraps around which makes it really comfortable all the way around and especially now I've taking. That back bit of padding out it just molds into your body really nicely so one thing that it's most commonly criticized for is that it has two chest straps but no waist strap and a lot of people will say that that creates a bit too much side-to-side bouncing when they're running i can definitely see that point but i don't really experience it too badly myself and i think that's partly because i found a configuration that really works for me on the front here i tend to pack. A lot of the weight in the bag place for my body to avoid bouncing if i do experience any bouncing i tend to try and adjust my running to be a little normal glider which i guess i see is a win-win situation i kind of want to be a little bit more glide ii so the chest straps themselves are actually really nicely adjustable they're set into these sliders here which you can move them up and down so i found best. For security for me is to have one right. At the top and then slide the bottom one right down to the bottom and that kind. Of clips me in nicely either side of the rib cage by far my biggest issue with this bag is full of my decision to take polls to the mds oh now handily enough. There's actually some really nice. Elastic straps on the back that hold them nicely in place you can put them down here there's a clippable elastic. Bungee that you can wrap them around and have them nice and secure on the back of. The pack like that but i know having. Poles on the back of the bag i will never use them so really i need to have. Then on the front straps but unfortunately on the front straps there's nothing there that's made to hold the poles so I've had to try and budge something to make it work for me now unfortunately i haven't made life easy for my selves and I've got poles that fold into four sections which means. That both the handle and the pointer at the bottom which means that when it's. Going down this way there's nothing really to hold on to the top of the pole so my first idea was to put a hook at. That i tied on to one of these things here and i took this string on the top. And then i tied it to the side that worked it was actually quite comfortable. But it was just so fiddly I'm hooking this and hooking it back on again i probably was never going to use my poles because it was too fiddly so then. I tried other things i tried to pass them on to the front which is a terrible idea don't try that it was awful and i also tried to fasten it down here somewhere which again didn't work so my final winning solution simply uses two pieces of elastic one of which just ties. Straight around the strap and around the water bottle here and one which fixes on. To the bottom buckle over here and that one has a sliding clip on it so all we. Do is we take the end of the poles and put it through the bottom bit of elastic we tie that site then put the end over the spike which. Then holds that in position and stops it falling down then the top you just feed. Through that top bit of elastic which. Holds it nice and securely in place so that's nicely out the way and more. Importantly it's a really light solution and i know it's going to be simple enough for me to deploy and actually use the poles when i need to use them so that is the ultimate direction fast pack 20 is a massive winner for me really recommend it if you are doing a multi-day ultra or if you just do a lot of running weekend so check it out.
Gregory Amber 34L Backpack - Women's
Long days can easily stretch into quick overnights, especially if you packed your sleeping bag in the Gregory Amber 34 Women's Backpack before you set out. If you did, it'll be easy to retrieve it from the zipper at the bottom of this technical, versatile pack, and you won't even have to yank all your layers and food out to get to your bag. Of course, if you do want to put on a jacket or have a snack, the large U-zipper at the top of the Amber makes everything easy to find, and the stowaway rain cover keeps all your gear dry if your ridgeline traverse takes you under a few afternoon clouds.
Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 35L Backpack - Women's
From technical day hikes to minimalist overnight trips, the Fjallraven Women's Abisko Friluft 35 Backpack offers streamlined carrying for your essentials. The main compartment accommodates spare layers, gear, and other necessities, while a variety of exterior pockets keeps smaller items like sunscreen, maps, and multi-tools close at hand. Side compression straps cinch down bulky loads for easier trekking along steep trails and over rough terrain. An aluminium frame combined with a mesh back panel let air circulate against your back for greater comfort when the day gets hot, while padded shoulder straps and a hip belt help bolster heavy loads.
Hey there folks luke here with the. Outdoor good review i hope you're all doing well today for this episode we have the fjällräven Nabisco 55 liter packs. 360 time you guys have seen this pack. Before and our stealth overnight adventure wear is a winter storm coming. In we were just going through the woods like crazy this pack is tough as nails. It's awesome go ahead get comfortable let's take a look at it now so here you. Go guys here is the Nabisco pack this is. The 55 liter version now this is the older version of this pack from what i. Understand the 55 liter male version has. Been discontinued it's no longer available I'm sure you could find it used on ebay and so on but there's a 65. Litre version and now the 55 liter. Version is for women so if you go out. You're looking for one of these packs you come across one right here on the. Back you should be able to see that it says Nabisco 55 right next to it will. Either be an m or a w and that will signify it if it's for the male or for. The woman so with that being said if you get the 55 litre version or the 60 liter either way you're getting an awesome pack we'll go ahead and start by taking a look at it right here at the very top you have a drag handle right below that you have a zippered pocket which gives you access to the lid very good quality zippers these are ykk zippers good quality pull. On them too good action you have some. Bungee cord right here on top so you could put i don't know your sweater whatever you want to your brain jacket out here maybe let something dry you have a draw cord with that so you can cinch it down real tight of course. There's the fox leather very good. Quality the lid is hunkered down to the pack thanks to these two straps. On the inside of the lid you have this large zippered mesh pocket which. Includes the rain cover included it even. Has the fox on it you have this buckle right here with plenty of strap it's so you can cinch down your load or expand it you have a. Drawstring pull right here at the middle. And then this does extend up with another drawstring pool so you can expand your load to fit your gear to fit. Your needs going down in the center you. Do have a pocket very good amount of space you can fill up this entire section right through here flipping the. Pack over to the side compression straps. With strap keepers very nice quality you. Do have water bottle pockets down here at the bottom which are stretchy too so. You can fit anything that you need to in there you have the same features on the other side of the pack so as you can see. Here the pack is now laying completely flat because this is a cool feature on each side you have a zipper and another. Zipper check this out you can zip all. The way down zip all the way down on this side and peel this open and that. Grants you access to all the contents of your bag i love this feature on backpacks fjällräven got it right i. Haven't seen a pack that uses velcro at the top but this really does work well you just simply line it up smash it. Together and you are good to go being. Able to access all of your gear like that is just fantastic it's very. Smart now my friends take a look here at. The bottom of this pack it is nice and flat and it's molded to be that way that. Was your pack will stand up most packs. Are not able to stand up but this one can it's absolutely awesome it's. Definitely different i haven't seen a pack like this before that has that formed bottom it's very cool it works well when it comes to the harness system it's what you expect just terrific quality. Hadded extremely comfortable you have load lifters sternum strap with. Emergency whistle you have a very large padded waist belt with one pocket on the right-hand side ah it's like i left something in it from. My last trip I'll eat that on the way home very good buckle all the typical. Adjustments that you would expect you. Can also pull the load of the pack closer to the hip belt very nice now. There are a couple things i would like to point out that really just show off the type of quality the type of thinking that went into this pack check out this d-ring right here metal very solid very. Sturdy let's fold this back here now check this out you have one of the compression strap buckles and you see this you can take this out and adjust it. You can move it up you can move it down any place that you need to that is. Incredibly smart that is a very good feature having fixed compression straps. Really limit the way that you can load your pack the way that you hunker it down so being able to move those up and. Down really opens up a lot of doors for. The way that you can hunker down your load and get it comfortable for your trip with the water bottle pockets right below you do have this drawstring on each one so you can slide your water bottle in and then pull it nice and. Tight on the inside you have a clip as. You can see for your hydration bladder so you can just lock it into place it. Prevents the whole thing from sagging another great feature below the hydration keeper you have a zipper which gives you access to the. Frame sheet and the aluminum stays i. Showed mentioned below that you have an additional zippered area and this is. Perfect for maps its perfect for keeping extra cash if you're traveling. Around that way if something happens you get robbed you have a spot with extra. Cash hidden away trust me you need to do. It if you're a backpacker if you're a traveler below that you have a hydration. Sleeve which can hold three liters of. Water easily other than that there are no more sleeves there are no more pockets you can shove your sleeping bag down in the very bottom there is no set writer so it's just one big pocket so my. Friends that is the Nabisco 55 packs this. Thing is very impressive i absolutely loved it I've used it numerous times you guys saw it in the overnight adventure that stealth camping one i can't really remember exactly what i called it but it was a ton of fun and. This pack really did perform well and it took a lot of abuse i was really just. Bushwhack and pushing through the brush i was way off trail just using some maps. And some navigation yeah and it just. It's held up so well over the years I'm just so impressed with this pack now this is the black color you could find these in numerous colors there's black there's green there's un blue and this. Runs 270 dollars from the fjällräven dot. Us website for that price i think it's. Fantastic you know it's like with their pants like i have on here they're really expensive you look to pay around $100 a pair and you would think that their backpacks would be much more expensive more on the same level as our tareq's, but they're not two hundred and seventy dollars and you're getting an. Amazing backpack that really does have some cool features 55 litres this comes. In at four pounds eight ounces so it's know it is not super lightweight by any. Means but thanks to this harness it is. Very comfortable that is true so for our look at the pl raven Nabisco 55. Liter packs that's pretty much it you guys have any questions for me drop me a line let me know I'm happy to help i will see you guys around strengthen on her take care.
Gregory Sula 28L Backpack - Women's
When the sun is out, head for the hills for a day hike with the Gregory Sula 28 Backpack. Crafted with a rugged nylon body, this lightweight day pack features the low profile VaporSpan ventilation system that uses a proprietary leaf-spring lower back design to fit comfortably to all back shapes. EVAP moisture wicking technology provides a cool and comfortable back panel no matter the weather conditions or how steep the ascent is. Additionally, the Sula 28 is equipped with a multiplicity of pockets, compression straps, trekking pole attachments, and internal hydration sleeve so you can go anywhere and do anything with ease.
got just enough features with a comfortable and technical suspension system that's going to keep you comfortable on the trail all day long it's the Gregory women's sula 18 liter