When you're setting out for mountaineering and ice-climbing expeditions in the winter, you can't really afford to leave anything behind. Bring along the Mystery Ranch Scepter 50L Backpack and you'll be able to have all the gear you need with the rugged durability you need to match the harsh conditions. The Scepter has nearly endless features to help you store your gear as easily and efficiently as possible, starting with its top lid that lets you secure a rope or helmet when you're gearing up for gnarly ice-climbing routes. When you're ready to get on the ice, you've got multiple tool carries that'll keep your ice axes within quick reach, while the removable front bungee does the same for your crampons. The high-density frame sheet, compression-molded back panel, and adjustable telescoping yoke all ensure a custom, comfortable, and supportive carry, and the removable compression straps help you pull the load in close so you can better manage heavier weight. A removable waist belt adds support, and features a convenient sled tie-in loop that'll make it easy to keep your expedition sled in tow, and the hydration-compatible design allows for hands free access to water during tough ascents.
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