Metolius Crag Station Crag 41L Backpack

Metolius Crag Station Crag 41L Backpack
Metolius Crag Station Crag 41L Backpack
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Crag Station Crag 41L Backpack by Metolius
After you unpack your kitchen sink at altitude, it'll be easy to see why the Metolius Crag Station Crag Pack won Editor's Choice from Climbing Magazine. A full-length duffel-style zipper gives you easy access to every nook and cranny in the bag, while dual side-pockets mean you stay organized and on the go rather than stuck at camp rummaging for your belay device.

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