Some people say it's better to be over-prepared instead of under-prepared, but you're smart enough to know that it's best to pack just the right amount of stuff. With the Montane Summit Tour 50 Plus 15 Backpack, you're able to pack precisely what you need for your weekend trip without adding too much bulk or missing anything important. Depending on how much space you need or how much weight you want to shed, the Summit Tour has a convenient detachable daypack with a zip closure, which means you have easy options for longer or shorter treks. Like most backpacks, the Summit Tour has convenient side zip access that makes it simple to find whatever you're looking for without taking the whole pack off. But unlike most backpacks, this pack has a removable and adjustable VertErgo suspension and matching mesh shoulder straps to keep the sweat at bay and your back free from aches. And when you pair that support with the adjustable waist belt and its two pockets for on-the-go snacks, this backpack helps boost your endurance so you reach your beautiful destination sooner.Some backpacking trips need more gear than others, so it helps that the Summit Tour has loops for your trekking poles and is hydration compatible with a hose clip. There are also plenty of extra pockets for water bottles, dog treats, flashlights, and other gadgets. And to increase its durability, this backpack is constructed from the highest quality materials with an included rain cover, as well compression straps when your load lightens after a few snack breaks.
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