ALPS Mountaineering Cascade 85L Backpack

ALPS Mountaineering Cascade 85L Backpack
ALPS Mountaineering Cascade 85L Backpack
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Cascade 85L Backpack by ALPS Mountaineering
With Alps Mountaineering Cascade Backpack, you'll have room to bring anything you need for week-long backpacking trips. With an extendable drawcord lid, two giant side pockets, and a sleeping bag compartment, it'll be easy to bring all the gear you need, and a main compartment divider and front zip make it easy to stay organized when you're on the move. The lightweight tubular suspension is adjustable to fit torsos from 18-22 inches, and the combination of water bottle pockets and a hydration sleeve makes sure you don't run out of juice when you don't feel like stopping. There's a loop for trekking poles, tons more for gear, and even an included rain cover to protect you soggy days. And, when you reach base camp, you can snap the lid off to use as a fanny pack for day hikes or shorter objectives.

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SKU: ALM000W
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