Designed to meet the demands of multi-day climbing routes, the Camp USA Eghen 35L is a high-capacity technical pack that gives you the storage you need for extended trips without sacrificing the performance and features you need to reach your goal. You can optimize this pack to match the length and demands of your trip, with easy extension of its storage capacity between 35-45L. For shorter routes you've got a smaller drawstring and cinch buckle closure, and a larger roll-top closure for extended mountaineering endeavors. The frameless back offers lightweight support with a rigid heat-sealed foam construction, and a removable EVA pad that doubles as an emergency bivy pad. Of course it wouldn't be a good climbing pack if it didn't have climbing-specific features, which is why the Eghen features padded shoulder-straps that attach above the hip belt, giving you better weight distribution for climbing and scrambling, while keeping your straps out of the way of the gear racked up on your harness. The ergonomic waist belt supports on the approach, then easily tucks away on the back when not in use. For those that make their ascents on snowy slopes and icy faces, you've got dedicated ice-axe holders, as well as a quick pull-cord closure system that's design specifically to work with gloves. For all of your other climbing needs you've got two handles on the top for hauling and clipping, an external rope carrying system that stows easily when not in use, and a removable inner compartment that doubles as a shoulder bag if you need to bring up some extra gear.
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CAMP USA - Cassin
CAMP USA - Cassin Eghen 35L Bag
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