Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 25L Backpack

Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 25L Backpack
Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 25L Backpack
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Scrambler 25L Backpack by Mountain Hardwear
The Scrambler 25L Backpack is just the bag you need for cragging. Mountain Hardwear constructed this bag from Dimension-Polyant material, which has four layers to help it seal out water and resist the abrasive nature of the approach. The padded base helps the pack stand vertically so you can load gear easily as well as protects contents once they're loaded. Waist and sternum straps stabilize the pack while dual-density padding in the shoulder straps keep your comfortable. A variety of attachment points include daisy chains, an internal gear loop, and the Forward-Access system which ensures you can reach clipped gear without taking off your pack.

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SKU: MHW01CR
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