Cotopaxi Inca 16L Backpack

Cotopaxi Inca 16L Backpack
Cotopaxi Inca 16L Backpack
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Inca 16L Backpack by Cotopaxi
The Cotopaxi Inca 16L Backpack is a technical daypack designed for mountainous adventures on rock, dirt, snow, or all three in a day. It has attachments for trekking poles, ice axes, hydration reservoirs and more, as well as a 16L main compartment fit for hiking and climbing gear. The loops for axes and poles stow away when you're rock climbing or hiking. There's an internal sleeve sized for hydration reservoirs or laptops, and the zippered shoulder strap pocket is fit for smartphones.

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SKU: CTX001N
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