Mountain Hardwear Alpine Light 35L Backpack

Mountain Hardwear Alpine Light 35L Backpack
Mountain Hardwear Alpine Light 35L Backpack
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Alpine Light 35L Backpack by Mountain Hardwear
The Mountain Hardwear Alpine Light 35L Backpack is an ultra-versatile pack for your alpine adventures whether you're ski mountaineering or heading up to crush a new trad route. Combining polyester and tough Dyneema fabric, the Alpine Light is durable, lightweight, and waterproof to battle the high alpine elements and push you to new peaks. Multiple gear attachment points can fit everything from ice axes to a climbing rope, and compression straps lock down your gear and prevent your gear from shuffling inside your pack. The 7000 series aluminum back panel supports heavier loads or can be removed for lighter, quicker scrambles.

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