Tatonka Pyrox Plus 50L Backpack

Tatonka Pyrox Plus 50L Backpack
Tatonka Pyrox Plus 50L Backpack
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Pyrox Plus 50L Backpack by Tatonka
The Tatonka Pyrox Plus Backpack is a smart tourking backpack that is light, yet extremely strong. With a 50-liter carrying capacity, it is a convenient for weekend backpacking or ice climbing trips. Its X Light Vario carrying system (with extended back length) was designed to be as light as possible while providing excellent load transfer. The front opening has zippers that open all the way to the side to provide a quick and easy pack, while two-way side zips provide easy access to your gear without having to unpack the whole bag. With hidden gear loops and fixation straps, you'll be able to stash your hiking poles or ice axes with ease. Tatonka made this pack out of durable fabric for excellent abrasion-resistance and longevity. A rain cover keeps your gear dry when you get caught in an afternoon storm, and a hydration sleeve ensures you won't go thirsty.

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