Ever since your father took you on your first backpacking trip, the yearning for wild vistas and fresh air has never gone away, and the Mystery Ranch Glacier 71L Backpack is a handy tool for getting quite a ways into the backcountry. Whether you're headed out for a week or just the weekend, this durable pack offers ample space for essential gear, plus a few creature comforts. The Glacier features the new lightweight Astral Frame, which draws on Mystery Ranch's expertise in designing packs for the military, keeping your fully-loaded pack supported and stable when you're tackling daunting terrain. Women-specific harnessing helps you carry heavy loads with minimal strain, and the adjustable yoke helps you dial in a custom fit so you stay comfy when you're on the trail for days at a time. A top-loading design with a side zipper helps you pack efficiently and allows you to access gear without disorganizing everything. Don't worry about chilly nights--the Speedzip compartment accommodates the warmest, bulkiest sleeping bags. Plus, the lid detaches for use as a day pack on quick trips from basecamp--the back yoke can be detached from the main pack and transferred to the daypack for comfortable carry.
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