Hiking the steep flanks of Pyramid Peak has been on your bucket list for a long time, and Klattermusen's Grip Backpack is up to the challenge. The Grip's Carry on Bone weight dispersal system helps reduce blister points on your hips and shoulders, so your epidermis won't throw a tantrum halfway up the 5,000-foot schlep. But in case you sprain an ankle or lose track of time, the Grip's 2440 cubic inch capacity is enough to stuff a bivy sack and a stove in there--just don't forget to bring snacks.
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