Haglofs Roc Rescue 40L Backpack

Haglofs Roc Rescue 40L Backpack
Haglofs Roc Rescue 40L Backpack
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Roc Rescue 40L Backpack by Haglofs
The Haglofs Roc Rescue 40 Backpack swallows all the gear you need for an overnight backpacking trip and devours anything you might need for a day at the crag. With its burly construction, the Roc Rescue will take some serious abuse whether you're scrambling into a high, granite cirque or hitching a ride back to your rig in the bed of a pickup after an end-to-end hike. The pack is fitted with dual access points at the top and front for easy packing and quick access to gear when you need it. A stowable hip belt allows you to rope up with the pack on, while a detachable lid lets you lighten the pack up when you're headed out for a quick day hike. An attached rain cover in the top lid protects your gear from spitting rains, and attached ice axe loops make the pack a great option for winter summits.

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