Bach Specialist 2 73L Backpack

Bach Specialist 2 73L Backpack
Bach Specialist 2 73L Backpack
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Specialist 2 73L Backpack by Bach
Big backpacking missions always come across issues, whether it is overgrown trails pulling at your pack or adverse weather slowing you down. Turn to the hardcore Specialist 2 73L Backpack to carry everything you need and be prepared for anything. This is Bachs medium capacity trekking pack and it comes built for abuse. The entire outside of this pack is built using 1000D Cordura fabric, allowing it to graze against cliff faces and be pricked by branches time and time again without ripping. Cordura also does not add much weight at all, using Cordura only added 5oz to the original specialist pack that was far less durable. In addition to its durability this pack offers a plethora of pockets and a Expedition Suspension System to keep you organized and evenly distribute the weight of the pack helping you to hike longer and further.

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SKU: BCD000A
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