Black Diamond Pipe Dream 45 Backpack - 2746cu in

Black Diamond Pipe Dream 45 Backpack - 2746cu in
Black Diamond Pipe Dream 45 Backpack - 2746cu in
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Pipe Dream 45 Backpack - 2746cu in by Black Diamond
Black Diamond named the Pipe Dream 45 Backpack after Maple Canyon's popular climbing area, and it's perfect for chilling in between burns on your projects. The back panel, waist belt, and shoulder straps have plenty of padding to keep you comfy on the slightly steep and long (for Maple's standards) approach to the bizarre cave filled with conglomerate holds and hanging draws. Black Diamond fixed this pack with a unique three-point closure system that boulderers will find incredibly intuitive; the whole pack opens like a crash pad to give belayers a place to chill when their climber is hangdogging routes. The Pipe Dream also features two internal gear loops for clipping draws, a zippered internal mesh pocket for shoes, and a removable top lid with a zippered pocket for valuables.

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