Thule Capstone 50L Backpack - Women's

Thule Capstone 50L Backpack - Women's
Thule Capstone 50L Backpack - Women's
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Capstone 50L Backpack - Women's by Thule
Pack up the Thule Women's Capstone 50 Backpack and camp near the summit, so you'll be in a prime position to summit just as the sun cracks the horizon far below. This minimal, yet fully-featured pack is ideal for fast and light overnight trips where comfort is key. Its adjustable shoulder yoke allows the pack to be adjusted to your individual torso size, while a tensioned mesh back panel supports your load as you navigate technical trails en route to the summit. And if a rogue storm blows through on your way back down, just pull the detachable rain cover over the pack to prevent your gear from getting drenched, not to mention it features high-vis details for your convenience. Side compression straps keep the pack tight and secure, and the multiple lash points and trekking pole attachments ensure you're able to take what you need and not an ounce more.

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SKU: THU004V
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