You may be something of a traditionalist when it comes to backpacking, but you're definitely not out there in a pair of lederhosen yodeling from mountain tops--well, at least not during the summer months, but everyone knows that anything goes once October rolls around. Designed for the backpacker that appreciates the durability of a more traditional pack, but still wants something lightweight and streamlined for those long-haul treks, the Mystery Ranch Stein 62 Backpack is the ideal pack for the backpacker that needs a pack that will do a little bit of everything.The Stein 62 is designed on a similar chassis as Mystery Ranch's time-tested Glacier backpack, but it weighs around a pound less and has about 500 cubic inches less capacity. In order to keep the weight of the pack down, which allows you to pack more food for longer trips (or more beer and whiskey for those quick weekend getaways), Mystery Ranch used carbon fiber stays, instead of the industry-standard aluminum, and employed lighter fabrics and foams to create a pack that isn't just burly, but also lightweight and comfortable to pack whether you're cruising well-maintained trails in a National Park or crossing rugged terrain in a remote Forest Service wilderness area.
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