You have a lot of ground to cover and only a few days to do it in, so travel light and fast on the trail with the Montane Ultra Tour 55 Backpack. From the Pacific Crest Trail to the Pennine Way, this minimalist pack keeps things lightweight and simple, yet spacious so you can move quickly and comfortably, from the mountains to the desert. Raptor Zero fabric is lightweight, yet exceptionally tough to withstand the rigors of life on the trail, and it has a DWR treatment to repel any rain or snow you may encounter along the way. The Comfort Vent Back Pad and Contact Mesh shoulder straps wick away fabric and enhance breathability to keep you cool during hot hikes. Removable trekking pole attachments hold your poles when you're scrambling up steep slopes, and they can be detached when you're trying to shave as many grams as possible. The double tension waist harness and sternum strap support your load and stabilize the pack so you don't lose your balance on precarious ridges, and compression straps keep everything as compact as possible. Stretch mesh pockets throughout the pack keep small items organized and accessible while adding minimal extra weight.
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