Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 35L Backpack

Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 35L Backpack
Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 35L Backpack
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Scrambler 35L Backpack by Mountain Hardwear
You heard it here first, folks, the Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 35L Backpack was designed to assist with steep rocky approaches to your favorite crags--to scramble, if you will. This do-it-all climbing pack is made from a durable fabric that's both lightweight and waterproof, delivering protection that won't tire you out on a long hike, and it features plenty of room for all your climbing gear. The Scrambler features a contoured back panel that's ventilated to keep you comfortable on warm, sunny days, with a lightweight frame sheet for additional support. The floating lid and sternum strap can be removed if you want to travel light--you can simply cinch down the top after that to secure your gear--and its stand-up design makes it easy to post up once you get to your goal.

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SKU: MHW01CQ
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