Mountain Hardwear Scrambler RT OutDry 35L Backpack

Mountain Hardwear Scrambler RT OutDry 35L Backpack
Mountain Hardwear Scrambler RT OutDry 35L Backpack
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Scrambler RT OutDry 35L Backpack by Mountain Hardwear
When you've been planning a daylong alpine climb or an overnight backpacking trip for a long time, and the forecast suddenly calls for rain, head out with full confidence that your gear will stay dry in Mountain Hardwear's Scrambler RT 35 OutDry Backpack. Watertight OutDry construction includes a waterproof breathable membrane to give you the same protection that Mountain Hardwear's best ski jackets have, and the roll-top closure utilizes the same protection as dry bags for river kayaking. The Scrambler RT features Mountain Hardwear's HardWave suspension system, which places padding across the back panel, shoulder straps, and waist belt for a comfy ride. The pack's easy-access sleeve is suitable for your hydration reservoir, and there are drainage holes at the pocket's bottom to keep rain or leaky water out. There are carry loops for ice axes or trekking poles, and multiple pockets at the side, front, and waist belt for water bottles, layers, valuables, and electronics.

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