Nimbus Trace Access Ki 70L Backpack - Women's by Granite Gear
Great for longer unsupported backpacking trips or two-night weekend treks, the Granite Gear Women's Nimbus Trace Access 70 Ki Backpack is light and durable. On shorter trips, it gives you the room to pack along a few luxuries to make your trip more comfortable (like that bag of wine). The Nimbus Trace Access sits atop Granite Gear's popular Nimbus series, maintaining the same award-winning features while throwing in some new perks. Hike with free range of movement thanks to the 3D Topoflex frame. The frame's design fits the topography of your back and mimics the way you naturally flex your back while you hike, and the pack can be adjusted to fit your torso length. The single pivot point attachment system on the shoulder straps and hip belt will move with you, while also giving you a more precise fit. In order to give support to the frame, Granite Gear used a maple-core composite laminate that offers lightweight rigidity. For added comfort, the advection panel is used in conjunction with the Topoflex frame in order to encourage more heat transfer and dissipation while also fitting your back's symmetry. Unique to the Nimbus Trace Access is a large front access panel that zips from the bottom up to allows you to snag that bota bag without having to pull half your gear out of your pack. Keep your gear tight and together with 10mm compression straps, and after camp is set, go explore with the detachable hip-pack lid.
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