Marmot Graviton 36L Backpack - Women's

Marmot Graviton 36L Backpack - Women's
Marmot Graviton 36L Backpack - Women's
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Graviton 36L Backpack - Women's by Marmot
Great for minimalist overnights in the backcountry and gear-intensive treks through the wilderness, the Marmot Graviton 36 Women's Backpack offers harmonious storage, easy-access to items, and an Airflow suspension for sweat-free carrying. Wrap-around zip access allows you to find gear within the loaded main compartment, all without dumping everything out on the trail. Side and bottom compression straps reduce overall bulk for more streamlined carrying. Comfortably padded shoulder straps and hip belt bolster heavy loads, helping you attack steep trails and treacherous terrain without painful pressure points or undue irritation. Other notable features include hydration reservoir compatibility (reservoir not included), a zippered top-lid pocket, side water bottle pockets, and dual trekking pole attachments.

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SKU: MAR00SO
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