Scream 50L WSD Backpack - Women's by Mountainsmith
Make the most of your three-day weekend with the Mountainsmith Women's Scream 50L WSD Backpack. It has a featherweight design that doesn't skimp on space or support, so you can cover more miles with less effort. Whether you're on a quick mission in the mountains of Colorado or cruising through the Catskills, stay light and fast with the Scream 50L WSD. Tough, yet featherweight fabric keep weight to a minimum while withstanding abuse on the trail. A removable EVA framesheet offers a lighter, more flexible feel than traditional support systems, and it can be left at home when you're really trying to shave grams. Weighing in at under three pounds, the Scream features lightly padded shoulder straps and load lifter adjustment points that ensure a fine-tuned fit, while the padded, forward-pull waist belt further alleviates your load. Additionally, the waist belt boasts dual-zipper pockets that are smartphone friendly. An internal hydration sleeve is designed to accommodate a three-liter reservoir, and the roll-top closure makes it easy to access gear in a hurry. Not to mention, the two front storage pockets fit a minimalist tent, and the side mesh pockets store most 32oz water bottles so you can stay properly hydrated.
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