Bach Lite Mare 2 65L Backpack - Women's

Bach Lite Mare 2 65L Backpack - Women's
Bach Lite Mare 2 65L Backpack - Women's
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Lite Mare 2 65L Backpack - Women's by Bach
The Bach Women's Lite Mare 2 65L Backpack is the streamlined way to carry all of your gear into the backcountry. This pack has a long design that fits hikers with narrower shoulders well, with plenty of access to your gear from the top or bottom of the main compartment. Multi-directional compression straps cinch down any excess space to keep the pack's contents from shifting as you hike, improving your balance so you can crush miles efficiently. The lid expands or compresses the main compartment while organizing your smaller items so you don't have to waste time looking through everything to find what you need. Bach topped these features off with the durable construction of Cordura fabrics, which resist abrasions in case you misstep into a tree or boulder, or drop your pack too aggressively at the end of a long day.

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SKU: BCD000E
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